Munoz said authorities told him the blows to his son's head were so violent that one of the pans' handles was partially broken.
Lewis' death came several weeks after he was discharged from a hospital where staff apparently believed he was well enough to go home.
He had run-ins with the law that his father attributes to trouble he found on "the streets." Lewis dealt with health problems including one that damaged his kidneys and meant he had to be on dialysis three times a week.
That made it hard to work, Munoz said, but his son was working side jobs, had his forklift operator's license, and was trying to make a better life for himself. Investigators told him that the surveillance footage shows that his son "never raised a hand" to his attacker, Munoz said.
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He was diagnosed with a severe brain injury and treated for for five days before he was sent home, the statement said. He was slow in reacting," Munoz said of his son at that point. "On that Sunday I went to watch the football game with him and I brought him a sandwich, and he's a big eater," Munoz said. Something's wrong." He said he believes his son went to an emergency room for help, but was not admitted for care, during the five-day period after he was discharged. 12, according to Munoz, Lewis ran from his home yelling that he needed to go to the emergency room, and was taken to Cooper University Hospital's level 1 trauma center.