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Trial weaved the story of Columbia County toddler’s short life

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Of all the heart-breaking photographs of Lincoln Davitte the prosecutor could have displayed during her closing argument, the one she picked might have been the worst.

The shot taken from a video recording is slightly out of a focus, but it's clear it was the last photograph taken of the 23-mont...

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  1. The so-called “nicest people” do some of the most horrible things. I’m haunted by the description of this Baby’s last minutes on earth. The woman covered up or participated in this crime by not standing up for her child. Lincoln didn’t deserve this. No child does.

  2. Something that I noticed in the time as I was at the DA’s office as Victim’s Assistance Coordinator, that many many times the victim in a case where a new male comes into the home, is the target. If there is a female child and male the offender will pick on the male. And I wonder if it is because the victim is in the image of the past lover, husband, etc. It is as if they abuse them because of the fact they are male.

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