They face charges of first-degree murder, first-degree rape, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful disposal of remains. Two brothers were charged in the brutal killing of a year-old boy in Washington state on Monday after the teenager's remains were found in a shallow grave last week. Jonathon Adamson, 21, and Benito Marquez, 16, appeared in Lewis County Superior Court where they were each charged with first-degree murder, first-degree rape, tampering with physical evidence and unlawful disposal of remains in the death of Benjamin Eastman, according to Q13FOX. Adamson told detectives that after Eastman joined the brothers, he was knocked to the ground and kicked more than times by the pair, according to court documents. At one point, the year-old allegedly told police the brothers sexually assaulted the teenager with a stick while he was still alive, Q13FOX reported. Eastman was then allegedly struck repeatedly in the head with a rock to make sure he was dead, before being buried by the brothers in the grave.
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