Sunday, December 25, 2011

In Connecticut | Mother Could Face Charges in Baby Shaken Death | Shaken Baby Syndrome

The mother of the 3-month-old boy, William Zamore, reportedly shaken to death by a 22-year-old Stamford man, Osvaldo Romero, could also be facing criminal charges based on allegations that she reportedly lied to police on the amount of time it took to call for help.

William Zamore's death was reportedly ruled a homicide following an autopsy that showed the baby died from blunt head trauma and suffered injuries consistent with shaken baby syndrome. The 3 month old reportedly suffered from brain damage, retinal damage and bone fractures reportedly due to Shaken Baby Syndrome which is by violent shaking of the baby and the whipping of the head from side to side or back and forth. 

Osvaldo Romero is currently being held on a $1 million dollar bond.

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