Heartless couple in their 20s who starved their two-year-old daughter to death… 30 years in prison confirmed
A 30-year prison sentence has been confirmed for a couple in their 20s who neglected to give their two-year-old daughter food, etc., leading to her death.
According to the legal community on the 19th, the third division of the Supreme Court (Presiding Judge Noh Jeong-hee) sentenced mother A카지노사이트 (22) and stepfather B (29) to 30 years in prison each for charges of child abuse and murder under the Act on Special Cases on the Punishment of Child Abuse Crimes. verdict was confirmed. The 80-hour child abuse treatment program and 10-year restriction on employment at child-related institutions were also maintained.
Mr. A and his wife were handed over to trial for neglecting and abusing their 31-month-old daughter and 17-month-old son in a studio in Nam-gu, Ulsan, their residence from October 2021 to March 2022. Her daughter, who died last year due to malnutrition and cerebral hemorrhage, weighed less than half the average weight of her age at the time of her death, weighing around 7kg, and only a piece of carrot was found in her stomach.
It was investigated that the couple did not give food to her children, saying that they had no money even though they received about 350,000 won per month in child allowance and child support. The children are habitually neglected, such as playing games in the PC room or leaving the house all day to meet friends. didn’t. In particular, Mr. B hit her on the head the day before her daughter’s death, for her child had rummaged through trash cans and made a mess in her house.
The two people who were handed over to the trial showed the appearance of passing responsibility to each other in court. The first and second trials, however, judged that the two conspired to murder the child and sentenced all to 30 years in prison. The first trial judge criticized them, saying, “It is difficult to even imagine the pain and fear the victim must have felt.” Stepfather B argued that the charge did not apply because she did not fall under the Child Welfare Act, but the court did not accept it. The Supreme Court did not accept it. The Supreme Court also upheld the judgment of the trial court .