In California, Naresh Michael Narine and Belinda Janette Magana face charges in connection with the death of two-year-old Malachi Magana. The duo is charged with first-degree murder with torture and assault of a child resulting in great bodily injury. Riverside County is conducting the investigation. The DA’s office is seeking capital punishment. At the time his body was found there was evidence that he was repeatedly abused. It is alleged, that after he died the duo put his body in a garbage bag and kept their original plans to attend a party. Also alleged, is they buried the dead child’s body near Lytle Creek in San Bernadino County and reported the boy missing afterwards. An autopsy showed the boy died from blunt force trauma. Malachi’s four-year-old brother is now in protective custody with Riverside County Child Protective Services. Mr. Narine and Ms. Magana are held in the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside.
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Attorney Christopher Keane has devoted his Bay Area practice to representing children whose lives have been irrevocably altered by abuse, neglect, injury, or death. He is a member of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center (SFCAPC), and is currently serving as the President on their Board of Directors. The prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers has awarded Christopher Keane a top rating and, reflecting his dedication to professional excellence. In addition, Mr. Keane is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum Top Trial Lawyers in America, listed in the top 500 Plaintiff's attorneys in America by Lawdragon.com and as a principal member of Keane Law has acted as lead plaintiff’s lawyer on a number of successful multi-million dollar cases.