Judge in starving mother case: The boy looked like he came from Auschwitz

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September 8, 2009 12:54

 
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The presiding judge in the case of the mother suspected of starving her three-year-old boy over a period of two years said on Tuesday that, in his opinion, the evidence against the woman was "pretty solid in order to convict" her. In addition, Judge Moshe Ravid said that he was horrified while watching a video of the child, whom he described as looking like somebody who came from Auschwitz.

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