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A Colorado woman is claiming that her 7-year-old daughter to death two years ago, it was the result of a very rare and incurable disease, has now been accused of the murder of the little girl.
Kelly Renee Turner, 41, was charged in an indictment with two of the killings and child abuse in the August of 2017, in the death of Olivia Gant, the Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock said Monday as he welcomed the various researchers who worked on the case. “Even though it’s a very emotional thing, and she has studied all aspects of the care, and professionalism.”
The Details of how the little girl died in the first place, remained unclear.
Reports in the Media, showed a 7-year-old Olivia, Base filling of a bucket list because it is an agent for a day
(Denver Police Department)
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Turner, who was arrested on Friday at a hotel in Glendale, Colo., it was also charged with theft, charitable fraud and forgery charges.
She appeared in court on Monday, and no bond was set, Fox 31 Denver reported.
In November of last year, investigators obtained a search warrant to exhume Olivia’s body, Fox News has learned.
Kelly Renee Turner, 41, was charged with the murder of her daughter, Olivia, Base, 7 in.
(Douglas County Sheriff’s Office/Heflebower Funeral Home, Littleton, Colorado, usa. )
The arrest was made in a beautiful twist to a feel-good story that got a lot of attention from the Denver media, for Olivia’s death.
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Her mother said to Pay the expense of the neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy, a rare disease in which the body is, in essence, to shut down a system at a time, and it is not a cure.
The reports in the media, it did Pay to carry out a “bucket list” included being a cop and a fireman for a day.
“She is in intestinal failure, and we don’t know how much longer they will be,” Turner said, in the spring of 2017.
The curse was said to have started a GoFundMe page for her daughter and revealed that more than $22,000.
Kelly Turner claimed to be with her daughter, Olivia Gant was dying of a rare disease.
(Denver Police Department)
The criminal complaint said, Olivia, would never have neurogastrointestinal encephalomyopathy, KMGH-TV reported Monday.
According to the station, the court papers revealed to the coroner that an autopsy be carried out after Olivia’s body was exhumed, and found no evidence that the girl died of intestinal failure and other diseases that Turner claimed she had been.
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“Olivia has been with us for a very short period of time, but due to its short life and the great battles they have told us that we will be able to rejoice in all things,” Olivia’s obituary and read it. “After many, many operations and many stays in the hospital, Olivia came home with a grin on his face.”
“It wasn’t until the last month of play, and the talk began to stop it,” the obituary concluded. “So our little princess will have a new body, no tubes, no pain or sickness, and have eternal joy with our Lord. You can see it in the sky, our precious Olivia will be added.”