The probable cause affidavit in the Christian Choate case is enough to bring anyone to tears. The details alleged in the 13-year-old boy's death and his tortured life are horrifying. Even worse, though, is that his death could have been prevented.
Two region boys who died of abuse-related injuries were seen by doctors who knew or suspected mistreatment but didn't report it to authorities, a Times review of state and medical records shows.
Cindi Szany talks about her 1-1/2 year-old grandson, Anthony Mogan, who died in October 2008 after a beating.
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