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Guilty Verdict for Man who Starved Disabled Child

Guilty Verdict for Man who Starved Disabled Child



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(KSL News) A jury returned a guilty verdict this afternoon against a man who starved a disabled girl in his care.

Michael Bowden was the primary guardian for 5-year-old Jade while his fiancée, the girl's mother, was in Iraq.

Jade has a severe form of cerebral palsy. Her weight dropped from 35 pounds to just 12 pounds during the four months Bowden cared for her.

Bowden will learn his sentence next month.

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