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Published: Tuesday, May 17 2011 7:05 p.m. MDT

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NightTrader
Colonia, Yap, FSM

What a tangled web we weave! I felt I was reading a (not so well written) script for an episode of Law & Order.

md
Smithfield, UT

This is a seriously sickening situation. What ever happened to the daughter who was dumped in Russia??

Duckhunter
Highland, UT

So she is an accomplice to murder and she is going to walk? Why are prosecutors such cowards when it comes to prosecuting women in the manner they deserve? This makes me sick.

Rifleman
Salt Lake City, Utah

What did she know, and when did she know it? A slap on the wrist seems so meaningless.

Zencible
Bluffdale, UT

The daughter was brought back and then adopted by her older sister.

Eliot
Santaquin, UT

In order for murder charges to be filed the DA needs to have a case against the woman. The case must be based on evidence rather than hearsay. Someday if you are accused by someone of murder you might come to appreciate that aspect of our criminal justice system.

CT98
Saint George, UT

This story has 48 hours mystery written all over it. I hope they get their hands on this one. I also hope the DA has enough evidence to lock up the doctor and his mistress for a very long time.

BU52
Provo, ut

I thought he wasn't a real dr or a certified lawyer, if so why call him by those titles?

Actuality 07
Salt Lake City, UTAH

I think some of you may have some of the facts scrambled.
Just to clarify the girl that was dumped in Russia (Giselle) was acutally dumped in Ukraine. She was located by her cousin and the cousin flew over and brought her back. Upon her return Giselles aunt became legal guardian. She was not adopted by the older sister.

NeilT
Clearfield, UT

This was already on TV, can't recal1 which one, dateline or one like that. Comment #1 is right on, what a tangled web.

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