Mark Wilson: Excuses, but no answers in Baby Riley case

Excuses, but no answers in Baby Riley case

Granbury High School student Magon Rutledge not only was the one who took action that led to saving the life of a severely starved child last December, she also was the first to use the word Holocaust in describing his condition.

One of the doctors who treated Baby Riley Alston at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth also used that word while testifying in the trial of his parents, Brittany and Justin Alston. They were charged with a first-degree felony count of injury to a child, serious bodily injury.


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