25 February 2009

SICK: Couple Starved Son To Death, Convicted

Child looked like "a Holocaust victim." -- emergency room doctor

John Griffin and Susan Griffin killed their son. The two 39 year olds were convicted in court for starving their two year old boy, Andrew, to death. Both were charged with second degree murder and child abuse resulting in death. The counts carry up to 30 years in prison.

John Griffin testified Tuesday that he was too busy with his job to notice anything was wrong with his son.

The trial, per the Griffin's request, was decided by Baltimore County Circuit Judge Timothy Martin as opposed to a jury trial.

Death penalty anyone? Governor O'Malley, do these two cretins deserve to breath another breath, when lil Andrew is now 6 feet under?



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