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San Diego woman arrested on suspicion of murdering daughter

A 25-year-old San Diego woman was arrested Monday morning on suspicion of murder in the death of her 9-year-old daughter.

Crystal Cardenas was booked into the Las Colinas Women's Detention Facility on one count of murder, officials said. Her daughter, Elizabeth Holloway, died Jan. 17 at a trauma center.

An autopsy found that she had died of blunt force trauma, according to Lt. Kevin Rooney of the San Diego Police Department.

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OMG, what on earth did this litle 9 yr old do you evoke such a reaction from you, HER MOTHER.
I'm beginnig to believe that when someone commits a crime on a child, adult should have the same treatment spent back on them.
What a sick soul and poor excuse of a mother, I hope you are in Prison for the rest of your life.

Stories like this enrage me!!!! There is nothing on this earth that a 9 year old child could do to provoke this kind of rage. Most importantly our children are a reflection of us as their parents. I hope the judge show's this woman no mercy! Child crimes are unexcusable. Children are defenseless especially against someone they love and look up too. I hope this woman gets life!!!!!


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