Target: Sarasota, Florida State Attorney Ed Brodsky
Goal: Help see to it that parents accused in the murder of their newborn, who was beaten to death then left to decompose in crib and later buried, receive the maximum penalty possible.
A newborn baby who had been missing for a month was reportedly found in a tiny grave in the woods close to his home. After his father allegedly beat him to death, the infant laid in his crib where he decomposed for an entire week, then when the odor became offensive to them, he was placed in garbage bags and tossed in the closet.
The baby’s mother, who is also being charged in the murder, told authorities that at one point, as her husband was striking the baby, she yelled that he was going to break the baby’s neck, according to an affidavit. The father had also reportedly said he was going to bash the baby’s head in, and it appears he followed through with his threat.
The baby’s mother never bothered to call the police to try and save her baby, nor did she make any effort to prevent the abuse, according to a court document. This poor innocent baby deserves justice, and these demented, heartless parents deserve to be behind bars where they can’t harm or murder any other children. Please urge the state attorney to do everything possible to see to it that they receive the most severe penalty allowable by law.
Dear Sarasota, Florida State Attorney Ed Brodsky,
An infant was found buried in the woods after his father allegedly beat him to death. The parents are both being charged in the baby’s death since they allegedly allowed him to decompose for a week in his crib before putting him in garbage bags and throwing him in the closet when the odor became too much to bear.
This brutal murder of an innocent baby shows just how demented these parents are. It’s disturbing that the same heartless alleged killers could one day have another child to abuse and murder. We ask you to see to it that this poor innocent baby gets justice and that these monstrous parents are put away so they can’t harm anyone else again.
[Your Name Here]
Photo credit: Associated Fabrication