Couple could face Death Penalty in Murder, Torture of Child

Couple could face death penalty 

Anthony Avalos

Her boyfriend and A California woman might face the death penalty at the June slaying of her kid, whom police say was body-slammed and made to kneel among other states that are torture, based on reports Wednesday.

June 21, Anthony expired in June. At the days prior to his own passing, Barron and Leiva supposedly poured hot sauce onto the boy's head, handed him carpet burns up off, and dropped on his mind afterward turning down him, '' the Times reported, citing Deputy District Attorney Jonathan Hatami's motion.


The L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services received advice that the boy had been being mistreated, but enabled him to keep at your house or apartment together along with his mum and her boyfriend,'' the report said.

The bureau researched 8 8 asserts of abuse based on an attorney the Times reported. Two of those 1-5 maintains that were substantiated included sexual abuse,'' the lawyer said.

Two kids, between 11 weeks and 1-2 yrs of age, were taken off your dwelling after Anthony's departure, '' the L.A. County Sheriff's Department said, according to Tribune Media.

The prosecutor said Leiva struck at Anthony brother using enough force which the boy principles to close a head wound and had care, '' the Times reported. Leiva hit a hose, then hurled diapers and forced them against a wall for lengthy intervals against three additional siblings, Hatami composed.


Then cried, "We need a full-scale analysis!" When talking in regards to the workers who managed the case of Anthony and the DCFS.

"DCFS had the chance to rescue [Anthony along with his sisters ] and so they opted to look another way.

"Just how a lot more children will need to perish?" Added Maria his wife.

The two defendants are advised to come back to court to get a hearing Nov. 27.
  

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