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In Jackson County, MO, Kyle W. Cooper and Kimberly Helmes were charged with murder and child endangerment for the death of a 1-year-old boy.


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1/3/2009
Christopher Keane
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In Jackson County, MO, on September 15th, Kyle W. Cooper and Kimberly Helmes were charged with murder and child endangerment for the death of a 1-year-old boy. The investigation revealed that the baby died from injuries including malnutrition, a fractured arm, fractured skull, multiple rib fractures and a severed tongue. News stories report that the defendants tried to stitch the tongue injury with a needle and thread. The baby died on September 12th allegedly from injuries sustained over the Labor Day holiday weekend.   

A child has died from child abuse. The Keane Law Firm represents children that have been catastrophically injured from child abuse. Please call us, the child injury law firm for a timely case evaluation at 888-592-KIDS or 415-398-2777.  You may visit our website at www.keanelaw.com – we will determine the facts of the case and file a claim to hold those responsible to pay for the damages in civil litigation.  In a child death lawsuit, we will recover for losses sustained by the family of the victim. We represent victims nationwide.



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