Friday, August 19, 2011
AME DEAL POPSICLE MURDER 'TURNED COPS STOMACHS'
Phoenix Police Sgt. Trent Crump said: "This child died at the hands of those who were supposed to love
and care for her. This case has turned the stomachs of some of most seasoned detectives." The Allens say she died during a game of hide and seek that went awry. Surrrrrrrrre. Of course, they all look inbred. Just look at them. But cops say the abuse started before she was locked in the box.
The 4-foot-2 girl was made to do jumping jacks, run in circles and other exercise for more than an hour before she was locked in the 3'x14"x 1 foot locker. Ame's 72-year-old grandmother, Judith Deal, and aunt and legal guardian Cynthia Stolman face child abuse charges. MORE IN THE NY DAILY NEWS