Marie Pizem in court: 'Stop saying that I hated her. I didn't hate Rose'

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November 18, 2009 12:09


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Marie Pizem, accused of the murder of her four-year-old daughter Rose, said at the Petah Tikva District Court on Wednesday, "Stop saying that I hated her. I didn't hate Rose." She also told the court that she was unable to care for her daughter because the child was "hysterical and raised a ruckus." Pizem's partner, Ronnie Ron - who is also Rose's paternal grandfather - is the chief suspect in the murder.

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