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article imageBaby Murdered in Microwave; Case Declared Mistrial

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By ajzeller1979     Feb 11, 2008 in Crime
A woman accused of killing her baby by burning her in a microwave is free today. How is this possible, that a person could commit such a horrible crime and get away with it? The judge will not say.
In Dayton, Ohio, a judge declared a mistrial in a case where a woman is alleged to have killed her baby by sticking her in a microwave and burning her alive. There is evidence that was presented stating that she did murder the baby, but the testimony made in private to the judge by an unnamed juvenile said otherwise.
The judge refused to release exactly what that testimony was that swayed his opinion, only that the juvenile gave a private testimony and that testimony was heard by the juveniles father as well. This was apparently enough to overrule the prosecution, despite protests made by the prosecutors.
I am not sure what to make of this, other than if this juvenile came forth stating he had evidence saying she is innocent, there had better be another suspect in this case, because outside of that, I cannot fathom why this judge would declare a mistrial.
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