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Al-Lex Daniels, 10 months old MURDERED (beaten to death) allegedly by his mother's boyfriend, Lee Edwards, age 23. This week (May 17, 2003), he was charged with capital felony which can bring him the death penalty as well as "murder, injury to a child and first-degree assault". He is currently in custody in lieu of $2.5 million bail. Last month, Al-Lex's sister was removed from the home she shared with her brother, her mother and her mother's boyfriend and placed in the custody of her biological father and his mother. Unfortunately, Al-Lex wasn't removed as well or he would still be alive today. This is not Edward's first run in with the law. He has other charges pending and he has a restraining order against him by another woman. (Connecticut, USA)

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Police say father told toddler, 'Now you stab Mommy'

 March 6, 2007

BRIDGEPORT, Connecticut (AP) -- Police say a man repeatedly stabbed his teenage wife, then gave the knife to his toddler son and told him: "Now you stab Mommy."

Fermin Rodriguez, 21, attacked his 17-year-old wife Sunday night, after accusing her of cheating on him, police said. He slashed and stabbed her multiple times, then handed the knife to his 2-year-old son and told him to stab her, police said.

Police would not say whether the boy did as his father said.

Rodriguez was charged with first-degree assault, first-degree reckless endangerment, first-degree unlawful restraint and threatening. He was being held on $350,000 bond.

His wife, Keyschla Rodriguez, was taken to a hospital for treatment of stab wounds to her chest, face, arms and legs. Her condition was unavailable Tuesday morning.

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