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Aniston Walker died from ‘homicidal violence’ according to autopsy

Andrea Walker and her late daughter Aniston.

Baby Aniston died due to ‘homicidal violence,’ medical examiner says:

For those of you who may not remember. 7-week-old Aniston Walker disappeared from her Memphis, Tennessee, home back in January. Her egg donor, Andrea Walker said that she left the baby home alone with her 3-year-old while she took her 5-year-old to school. Aniston’s body was found more than a month after her disappearance and her mother was charged with murder.

Recently the Medical Examiner’s office released the details of Aniston’s autopsy. It doesn’t specify a cause of death other than saying that Aniston died from homicidal violence.

“Internal examination reveals no evidence of injuries or disease that would result in death. Toxicology analysis results are consistent with postmortem changes; neither drugs nor medications were identified,” Shelby County Medical Examiner Dr. Karen Chancellor wrote in the autopsy report. “In my opinion, this death resulted from intentional violence of undetermined type. The manner of death is homicide.”

I compared this story before to being somewhat similar to the Casey Anthony debacle. I hope with this cause of death being somewhat unspecified that we won’t have a repeat outcome.

UPDATE 3/7/2017: Andrea Walker has pleaded guilty to reckless homicide and received a suspended sentence of four years and four years probation. It’s more than likely that due to the fact that medical examiners could not pinpoint an exact cause of death that this deal was offered.

Aveion Lewis

Warrant: Aveion Lewis case investigated as homicide; toddler had been in foster care:

A lot of people have been sending in tips about the story of missing toddler Aveion Lewis. I normally don’t like to do these stories because they’re too Nancy Grace-ish or unless one of the Breeders has been charged with a crime like in the case of Giovanni Gonzalez.

Well a Breedere in the Aveion Lewis situation has been charged. Aveion’s Step-Breeder Brandon Lockett (pictured) has allegedly admitted to police that Aveion was dead before police were even called.

Lockett and the mother, Morgan Lockett, reported Aveion missing on January 14th. His body has yet to be found as of teh time I am writing this. They reported that Aveion had been abducted. Brandon Lockett has been charged with felony child neglect, improper disposal of a human body, and obstruction of justice. The mother has been questioned but not been charged as of yet.

Aveion had a medical condition that required him to have a special diet. A search warrant says that the Breeders were not following that diet and that Aveion weighed less than 9 pounds at the age of 14 months. He was ermo9ved from the house at age 16 months but was returned 2 months later. Police also say that Aveion received burns to his legs and treatment was not sought for the injuries.

But again rather than owning up to their responsibility we have at least one Breeder here who actually thought that getting the police and FBI involved by claiming the child was abducted will actually get them out of trouble. Which again forces me to repeat uncle Trench’s old axiom of the police are smarter than you. And when you have not only an entire police department but the FBI looking into the case as well the law of averages says that your ass is going to jail.

Please somebody learn from this and do the right thing and not abuse your child in the first place.

Thanks to Jake’s Daddy for the tip.

Bad daughter, bad mother …. JUST PLAIN BAD

Well now – it seems 59 year old Jeanne Sevigny thought her Mom was a drag so she killed her … and then she had her son bury Grandma…

Her 30-year-old son, Greg Sevigny, was charged with unlawfully disposing of a body.

Jeanne Sevigny filed a missing persons report for her mom, Mary Wilcox, in November 2006. Authorities say she told cops her mother, a 78-year-old Alzheimer’s disease sufferer, had run off after overhearing talk of being sent to a nursing home. 

Jeanne Sevigny’s lawyer, John St. Francis, claims the elderly grandmother was suicidal and that her daughter came home to find her with the gun.

Worried Wilcox was attempting to kill herself, mother and daughter wrestled for the gun, and, the lawyer claims, it went off during the struggle. 

Seeing her mother dead, St. Francis claims, the daughter panicked and disposed of the corpse.

“The poor decision-making afterwards is why we’re here,” he said. “Had she taken different steps, I don’t think we’d be here now. But it’s certainly not a homicide. It’s an accident.”

Jeanne Sevigny told this story to cops during an interview Wednesday and said she has no idea whether she or her mother pulled the trigger.

Authorities aren’t buying it. 

“The action of burning a body in a backyard, putting the remains in a suitcase and burying that suitcase on the grounds of an elementary school are inconsistent with an accident,” one prosecutor, T.J. Donovan, said.

Mary Wilcox was killed, he says, because she was an “annoyance. A drag. An elderly woman with Alzheimer’s.”

Two weeks ago, an ex-girlfriend of Greg Sevigny went to cops and said he had told her about his role in his grandmother’s disappearance, a detective claimed in an affidavit

That gave cops the break in the case they needed to investigate further.

The ex-girlfriend claimed she never reported Greg Sevigny to the cops because he had threatened to kill her. She has since obtained a protective order against him.

Greg Sevigny was released into the custody of his father, Michael Sevigny, after entering a not-guilty plea.

Jeanne Sevigny pleaded not guilty.  She is being held without bail.

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