In the 11 months since his death, numerous messages remembering Lane have been posted on an “In Memory of Lane Madison” Facebook page.
On Nov. 7, Brian Madison posted: “We still fighting for justice for u we won't give up love you and miss u see u soon.”
On Nov. 16, Shantell Madison posted: “Lane died as the results of a hot headed kid who needs help! I live every day without my son ... I hope (name) never forgets he took another life. I pray he gets help!!”
In another post on the same day, she added: “No one wants (name) to die for what has happened! & I myself dont wish prison on him but he needs to know that there is results to ones actions! He killed another humon & that's a fact! He needs help ... & to own up to what he did!!!”
An autopsy report shows Lane died of head and neck injuries due to blunt force trauma.
The manner of death was ruled a homicide.
He “was lifted, his head was up and his head was allegedly slammed down on the padded carpeted concrete floor,” the report states.
Lane had suffered a head injury several days before the incident while wrestling at a school tournament and didn't report any complaints or symptoms, the report states.