Twelve little girls and eight little boys: Police name Connecticut massacre victims - all aged six and seven - as it's revealed gunman shot each child up to 11 times in 'revenge' attack after fighting with teachers the day before
Liz Carroll along with her husband attended a family reunion from August 4 thru August 6, 2006....left their froster's child locked in a closet, bound with a blanket and packing tape. The child was left without food or water, but authorities believed he was killed by heat rather than dehydration or starvation as temperatures in the closet may have reached 105-110 degrees. Sentenced to 54 years to life on February 22, 2007.
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