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Shirley Ree Smith Shaken Baby Case: California Governor Commutes Sentence of Woman Convicted of Killing Grandson

A high-profile “shaken baby case” has ended with California Governor Jerry Brown commuting the sentence of the woman convicted of shaking her grandchild to death. In December 1997, Shirley Ree Smith, was convicted of shaking her 7-week-old grandson, Etzel Dean Glass III, to death. Prosecutors argued that she lost her temper on Nov. 30, 1996, [...] Shirley Ree Smith Shaken Baby Case: Califo
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