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Toddler Crushed to Death

Posted by Sandra On November - 28 - 2014

Father, Cornelio Rodriguez-Gonzalez, 23, charged with one count of murder

237EE59000000578-2849032-Cornelio_Rodriguez_Gonzalez_told_police_he_knelt_on_his_seven_mo-10_1416934910076A 23-year-old Las Vegas father told police he knelt on his seven-month-old son’s chest before the boy died last week because he was angry the baby was being ‘fussy’ even after being fed. Cornelio Rodriguez-Gonzalez was being held Monday at the Clark County jail pending a court appearance on a murder by child abuse charge in the death of his son, Raymond. The 255-pound Rodriguez-Gonzalez was arrested November 18 after initially telling the boy’s mother, Amy Elliott, that the child had fallen while she was at work. READ MORE HERE

 










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