Monday, January 9, 2012

In New Jersey, Bail lowered for woman accused in Camden Shaken Baby Syndrome case | Shaken Baby Syndrome

Baby Matthew Thompson reportedly died from severe brain trauma, by way of Shaken Baby Syndrome, and a medical examiner determined homicide was the cause.
Matthew’s mother, Lydia Vasquez, is reportedly charged with murder in connection with the incident in a Camden home.
Brown eventually lowered her bail from $750,00 to $600,000 cash or bond.
Reportedly the baby was unconscious and unresponsive when Vasquez brought him to Cooper University Hospital around 6 p.m. on March 30, 2011.
Matthew was reportedly placed on life support and was taken to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia the next day, but sadly on April 13, he was taken off life support and was pronounced dead around 4:45 p.m.
Medical exams, reportedly showed the baby suffered blunt impact cranial cerebral trauma. The injury would have most likely immediately caused Matthew to lose consciousness and have difficulty breathing.
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