Woman questions mother's investigation in 1980s baby deaths
February 28, 2018
MILWAUKEE (AP) — A woman who told police her mother confessed to killing her 18-day-old brother nearly four decades ago says she's shocked investigators didn't make an arrest in the 1980s, especially after the deaths of two more infants in her care.
Ami Brunka told The Associated Press that the three murder charges Milwaukee prosecutors filed Friday against her mother, Nancy Moronez, should have come much earlier.
"I don't understand why they couldn't figure that out. One, two, three, I mean, come on," Brunka said. "I mean I'm not a rocket scientist, but wow."
Officials with the Milwaukee...
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