Mother uses baby as weapon
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The baby was critically injured, suffering a fracture of the right temporal region and some brain bleeding. The child was flown by helicopter to Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh and is in serious condition. Ms. Graham remains in custody on charges of aggravated assault, reckless endangerment and simple assault. Y'know, I have a temper, just like everyone else. I get mad, and, in the past, have been known to take up weapons against others. But no matter how mad you get, this is inexcusable. The woman's other children have been removed from the home and, hopefully, it will be a very long time before she regains custody of them, if ever. I surely hope the little baby boy survives and finds a family who will treat him like the person he is, instead of a bludgeon.
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