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Calif mom arraigned on murder charge in microwave death of baby
SACRAMENTO, Calif. A Northern California woman accused of killing her baby in a microwave oven was arraigned Thursday on murder charges that could lead to the death penalty if she is convicted.
Prosecutors charged Ka Yang, Brand Cialis Uk 29, with one count of murder with the special circumstance that the killing was intentional and involved torture, which would make Uk Kamagra Next Day Delivery her eligible for the death penalty or life in prison without parole, the Sacramento Bee reported.
The infant's pyjamas and Buy Jintropin hair were not singed. A pacifier, however, was found in the microwave, Shrum said.
Yang initially told investigators Buy Jintropin she blacked out while working on the computer with Mirabelle in her arms and woke up on the ground with the baby injured next to a space heater. Although she had a history of seizures, paramedics did not find her to be disoriented when "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" they arrived, according to the affidavit.
When detectives pointed out inconsistencies in her story, Yang later acknowledged she lied and said she Viagra Cialis Online Uk might have a split personality, the affidavit said.
Police interviewed Yang's family and co workers as well as pathologists who have worked on microwave burn cases in the months after the infant's death. They have not established a possible motive.
"Nothing Cheap Cialis Pills (Yang) gave "buy cheap jintropin online" us explained what led up to the baby being killed," police spokesman Norm Leong told the Bee.
Yang was arrested Tuesday after a monthslong investigation into what caused the baby's severe burn injuries.
She did not enter a plea in court Thursday.
Yang's court appointed attorney, Linda Parisi, expressed doubts about her client's mental health.
"I think there is no question there is clearly some psychological issues that will have to be investigated," Parisi told reporters outside the courtroom, according to KXTV.