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Darcy Smith, left her a souvenir T-shirt behind a Dave Matthews Band concert in Missouri last week, and her husband, Jasen went back to their place to retrieve it.
The next time she saw him, he was unconscious and being treated by paramedics. He was bleeding from one of his ears.
The father of the 10-year-old twin sons, later died in a hospital.
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The authorities later said Jasen Smith, 44, had suffered a blunt trauma to the back of his head that left him with a fractured skull and a cut lip, family attorney Chip Gentry told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The family is baffled about what could have happened.
“Shell was not the kind of man that will fight someone for a T-shirt,” Gentry told the newspaper.
“Shell was not the kind of man that will fight someone for a T-shirt.”
— Chip Gentry, lawyer for the Smith family
“They are devastated,” he said of the family. “You can’t fathom, to go to a Dave Matthews Band concert on a Wednesday evening and is hit by something that cost you your life. We will certainly dig deep to hold those responsible accountable.”
The Jefferson City resident was the operator of a local party that sold custom trucks. His memorial drew about 1,000 mourners, according to the Post-Dispatch.
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Researchers in Maryland Heights, the site of the concert hall, who are now looking for the man who reported Smith’s injury to a security guard. They say the man appeared in his late 20s and claimed to be in the medical field, and saw Smith fall to the ground, the Jefferson City News Tribune reported.
Until the government obtain more information, they consider the case a “suspicious death,” the newspaper reported.