Byron McCauley Cincinnati Enquirer Published 4:04 PM EDT Sep 13, 2019 In the minds of many, justice was not served with the acquittal of Brooke Skylar Richardson in a Warren County courtroom Thursday. And when a judge set her free in Friday morning’s sentencing hearing, you could hear collective gasps all over Greater Cincinnati. Had she gotten away with murder? For me, it was reminiscent of the O.J. Simpson murder trial more than 25 years ago in Los Angeles. All the evidence seemed to point to the former football star’s guilt in the murder of his wife and her friend. But his stellar defense team planted seeds of doubt that led to his acquittal. Richardson was found not guilty of serious felonies that would have sent her to prison for life, including aggravated murder and manslaughter. Instead, she was found guilty of gross abuse of a corpse, and Judge Donald Oda sent her home because of time served. Richardson was on trial in the 2017 death of her baby girl, Annabelle, whom Richardson said was born dead in a restroom toilet in her house. She buried the baby in her backyard and told her parents in a police surveillance video that she… Read full this story
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