Yet, the mother who has been charged with 2nd-degree-murder in Lakesha’s death has not been arrested and is free to roam around in public despite the gruesome details surrounding this poor, disabled child’s death

From the article:

Authorities say a sibling found Lakesha dead on Aug. 20, 2006, at the family’s duplex in Hinckley, about 80 miles north of Minneapolis. Lakesha had cerebral palsy, autism and a seizure disorder. An autopsy found the girl died from malnutrition and dehydration. A criminal complaint said she also had pneumonia.

Lakesha Victor’s 29-year old mother, Ludusky Sue Hotchkiss, is charged with 2nd-degree murder and 2nd-degree manslaughter.  We presume that the police have more than enough reason and plenty of evidence to suspect this mother perpetrated the crime, neglecting this child to death, painfully, over the course of several months.

Why has there been no arrest?  It is insufficiently explained in the article, but we’re left to wonder if this would be the case had the father been the suspect in such a horrible crime committed against a child.

From the article:

Hotchkiss, of Hinckley, was not arrested and authorities said she was expected to remain free until an initial court appearance on Sept. 29.

I think the public is owed an explanation from the Hinckley Police Department as to why a suspected child murderer, who has been charged, is permitted to roam free.

Read the full article for more of the horrendous details associated with this.

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