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NEW YORK: Child Abuse and Homicide Cases Rising Sharply

Posted by Sandra On April - 16 - 2010

Ten children under the age of five have been murdered by a parent or guardian since January, a large increase over last year, said Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly in a press conference Friday.

Ten children have been murdered by their parent or guardian since January

Kelly said the significant jump was a cause for concern by the police department.

“We are attempting to do anything we can to address this issue but it’s difficult to identify a specific cause,” he said. “But they seem to be all over the board as to why these terrible  events have taken place.”

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http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local-beat/Child-Abuse-and-Homicide-Cases-On-The-Rise-91082994.html










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