BRAYLON ALEXANDER

BIRTH: November 7, 2005

DEATH: July 1, 2008

Braylon Alexander ~ Age 2

On July 1st, Braylon was pronounced dead from massive head trauma.  His mom, Dolis “Yvonne” Alexander says it was an accident.    

“The trauma caused to this child could not have been caused by an accidental fall,” said April Kiser.

According to police, Braylon had visible injuries that included redness on his butt that was in the shape of a hand print as well as multiple bruises on his forehead. Braylon also had a knot on the back of his head.

Braylon’s injuries had included “a closed head injury with subdural hematomas of the bilateral frontal
lobes and in the and in the interhemispheric fissure, global cerebral edema with loss of gray white differentiation and effacement of the ventricles, skull fracture of the parietal and occipital area that is likely continuous with the overlying soft tissue swelling, retinal hemorrhages in both eyes and the skin was noted to have buttocks bruising with abrasions on the low back/upper buttocks as well as small round bruises on the scapula, groin and abdomen“.

Also in his statement the doctor said that the injuries could have been inflicted between 5am and 8:30am on the day that Lekedrin was taking care of him. He also determined that the injuries that Braylon had sustained would not be consistent with a fall from a standing position or the height of a step, if there had been more than one fall, which is what was claimed.

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