The Lawler family and attorneys representing Brian Christopher’s estate have issued subpoenas to the Hardeman County Sheriff’s office and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The subpoenas are part of their ongoing investigation into Christopher’s death.
The news was reported by local media in Memphis.
“FOX13 has learned that Lawler’s attorneys have filed two subpoenas to investigate Brian Christopher Lawler’s death,” said Ernie Freeman on Good Morning Memphis. “Investigators ruled Lawlor’s death was a suicide. Attorneys for his estate issued subpoenas to both the Hardeman County Sheriff’s Office and the Tennesse Bureau of Investigation. The subpoenas are part of a civil action by the Lawler family.”
Lawler Family Doubts Official Cause Of Death Finding In Brian Christopher Case
This summer, the Lawler family hired civil rights lawyer, Jeff Rosenblum, to investigate the official cause of Christopher’s death. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation opened an investigation into the case which is ongoing.
Jerry Lawler expressed his doubts to Local Memphis media in August that his son committed suicide.
“It just doesn’t pass the smell test,” Lawler said. “We’ve received literally countless calls, text messages from people, actual eyewitnesses, that were in the jail and saw things that happened on the actual day that Brian died that now has opened up a new can of worms,” he continued. “It just doesn’t seem like it was suicide.”