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Couple expected to appear in court in baby death case

There are 22 comments on the KUSA Denver story from May 9, 2007, titled Couple expected to appear in court in baby death case. In it, KUSA Denver reports that:

The parents of an infant who died in March of 2006 from head injuries will appear in court Wednesday.

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nah

Denver, CO

#21 May 9, 2007
jester116th wrote:
They look like METH addicts
they look like spoiled, entitled, violent rich brats... who will very likely get off scot-free because lacey is compromised up to her a$$cheeks.

a newborn child with 20 broken bones. no, AT LEAST twenty. in addition to a "skull fracture" -- which probably means his poor head looked like these "people" slammed it in a car door a couple of times.

twenty. even for an adult, that's ten percent of your entire skeleton.

no newborn on earth is capable of inflicting something like this on themselves, even by accident.

these people need to be involuntarily sterilized -- AT LEAST.
JoJo

Morrison, CO

#22 May 10, 2007
Hoping for Justice wrote:
Speculation is all well and good. But this is not about Boulder. This was not ivestigated by Boulder police. The case was handled by Louisville PD. It will be tried in Boulder courts. If you have not seen the Boulder Daily Camera Article, I recommend it. There is also a link to the actual indictment. The indictment is basically the facts, what the jury discovered. In reading this I was sickened beyond belief. The reason the case had to go to the grand jury was that none of those fine upstanding relatives of these dispicable monsters would talk, or tell investigators anything. The Grand Jury had the power to make them. What they did to that child in his very sad and short life was unforgivable. I hope for justice.
This incident did not happen in Boulder, it occurred in the City of Louisville. It was not investigated by Boulder PD, it was investigated by the Louisville Police Department. Louisville is located within Boulder County, which binds them to prosecuting the case in Boulder County Courts. I can assure you that Louisville PD has never let money or status influence any of their investigations, it is a very professional department which holds itself to very high standards. Statistically, a great deal of homicide cases aren't solved for months, even years. For those of you who aren't involved in law enforcement, death investigations aren't usually solved in a one hour episode of CSI. Most good and thorough investigations take time and patience. As members of society you should ask yourself if you want a fast and crappy investigation that will most likely result in a not guilty verdict, or a well planned, carefully thought out investigation that has the best possible outcome...which would be a guilty verdict. Justice is not just making an arrest and filing charges, justice is a successful investigation and prosecution. Kudos to Louisville PD Detectives for their hard work and restraint!!! Their hard word and diligence will prevail in the end!!!

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