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Accused Killers Of Toddlers Say They Shouldn’t Be On Trial, Attorneys State Shaken Baby Syndrome Not Scientifically Reliable

Two men who are accused of killing toddlers are questioning how reliable the diagnosis of Shaken Baby Syndrome is. The debate has found its way to the Michigan courtroom where Leo Ackley and Anthony Ball stand trial for felony murder and first-degree child abuse, charged separately for the deaths of their girlfriend’s daughters, as The... Read more » Accused Killers Of Toddlers Say They
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