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Oklahoma woman imprisoned in failure-to-protect case is free

Seattle Times Friday, 8 November 2019
MCLOUD, Okla. (AP) — An Oklahoma woman who failed to report her boyfriend for abusing her children and who spent about 13 years longer in prison than he did for the abuse was released Friday. Tondalao Hall left a women’s prison in McLoud, Oklahoma, after serving 15 years behind bars. “First and foremost, I want […]
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News video: Oklahoma Mom Set To Be Released After Serving 15 Years For Boyfriend's Child Abuse

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An Oklahoma woman who has served 15 years in prison for failing to “protect” her kids from her boyfriend, who served just two years after admitting to child abuse, is scheduled to be released. Katie Johnston reports.

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