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Brooke Skylar Richardson apologizes to community, family after murder trial

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Brooke Skylar Richardson apologizes to community, family after murder trial

Brooke Skylar Richardson apologizes to community, family after murder trial

She was found not guilty of murder, manslaughter and endangering children in the death of her newborn daughter, but she was chastised by the judge and by the child's maternal grandmother.

She'll spend three years on probation for abuse of a corpse.

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