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Couple charged with neglect after girl aged seven dies in hospital

By John Hirst

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Couple charged with neglect after girl aged seven dies in hospital

I just find it incredible in this day and age that a 7 year old child can be starved to death over a period of 3 months, and yet nobody in the local community of at school noticed anything wrong. The fact that the neighbours used to regularly see the children and then not see them for 3 months should have alerted them to something being wrong.

In the 1950 and 1960s I doubt this could have happened because neighbours would have visited the house to ask what was wrong.

Were the mother and stepfather spending all the food budget on class A drugs?

Full post as published by prisonlawinsideout on May 22, 2008 (boomark / email).

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