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Christine Oliver had hoped for a lifetime of memories of her son Louis. She dreamed of birthdays, graduations and career milestones; for a wedding and a first child.
Instead, she is left with nightmares.
“Making the decision to remove him from life support. Holding him for his last breath and heartbeat. Planning his funeral,” she said tearfully. “[These are] memories a mother should not have of her baby boy.”
On Thursday, James Nemeth, a former daycare operator, was sentenced to 29 years and 8 months in prison for shaking and fatally injuring Louis Michael Oliver, who was in his care at the time.
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