Nanny accused of force-feeding infant convicted of murder

U.S. The Washington Times

UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) - A nanny accused of fatally force-feeding an eight-month-old because the crying child disturbed her nap has been convicted of murder in Maryland. The Washington Post reports 73-year-old Oluremi Adeleye was convicted Monday after a judge found her guilty of child abuse and second-degree murder in ... …

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