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The mother of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly killed a six-month-old baby by stamping him at a daycare center in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, spoke publicly for the first time last October in an Inside Edition interview broadcast Monday. The mother, who was not named to protect her daughter's identity, said about the fatal incident: & # 39; There is no way to do it intentionally & # 39;

Mother of a ten-year-old girl who allegedly killed a six-month-old baby by stamping his head at a daycare center in Wisconsin says that there was no intentional & # 39;

  • The mother publicly defended her daughter, now 11, for the first time this week
  • The then 10-year-old girl was charged with killing six-month-old Jaxon Liedl at a daycare center in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, on October 30, 2019
  • Prosecutors say she dropped the baby, who started crying when he hit his head
  • The girl then panicked and stamped on the baby to calm him down
  • Jaxon died days later and a doctor determined that the injuries were not accidental
  • In the Inside Edition interview that was broadcast on Monday, the mother said: & # 39; It was not done in any way intentionally & # 39;
  • The girl was accused as an adult of deliberate murder on the first degree
  • She is currently being held at the adult Winnebago Mental Health Institute
  • The girl and her mother have not been identified due to the age of the suspect
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The mother of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly killed a six-month-old baby by stamping his head at a daycare center in Wisconsin last fall has insisted that her daughter mean no harm.

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The girl, who is now 11 and unidentified because of her age, was accused of deliberate murder as an adult after an incident on October 30 in a daycare center in Chippewa Falls.

Prosecutors say the girl dropped baby boy Jaxon, who started crying when he hit his head. Allegedly she panicked and stamped on the baby to calm him down.

Two days later, Jaxon succumbed to his injuries. A doctor who examined the baby determined that the injuries were not accidental.

The girl's mother spoke for the first time this week to defend her daughter, one of the youngest people ever accused of such a serious crime.

& # 39; There is no way to do it intentionally, & # 39; told the mother, whose name was withheld to protect her daughter's identity. Inside Edition in an interview that was broadcast on Monday.

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The mother of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly killed a six-month-old baby by stamping him at a daycare center in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, spoke publicly for the first time last October in an Inside Edition interview broadcast Monday. The mother, who was not named to protect her daughter's identity, said about the fatal incident: & # 39; There is no way to do it intentionally & # 39;

The mother of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly killed a six-month-old baby by stamping him at a daycare center in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, spoke publicly for the first time last October in an Inside Edition interview broadcast Monday. The mother, who was not named to protect her daughter's identity, said about the fatal incident: & # 39; There is no way to do it intentionally & # 39;

The six-month-old Jaxon Liedl (photo) was killed when the ten-year-old girl allegedly picked him up and dropped him before stamping on him to make him stop crying

The girl, whose name was withheld because of her age, was accused as an adult of deliberate first-degree murder. She is seen from behind during a court hearing
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The girl, whose name was withheld because of her age, was accused as an adult of deliberate first-degree murder. She is seen from behind during a court hearing

The girl, whose name was withheld because of her age, was accused as an adult of deliberate first-degree murder. She is seen from behind during a court hearing

When asked if she remembers something that her daughter told her after the incident, the mother said: & It was only that it was an accident. And you know what? I believe my daughter. & # 39;

The girl is currently being held in the adult Winnebago Mental Health Institute.

& # 39; She is the youngest person there, & # 39; said her mother. & # 39; She is 11 years old with women aged 40 and over. & # 39;

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& # 39; She wants to go home. & # 39;

A friend of the family launched one GoFundMe campaign at the end of August to raise money to bring her daughter back home, about four hours from GGZ.

& # 39; She is a sweet, loving and caring girl who deserves to be with her family & # 39 ;, is the description. & # 39; What ever happened to innocent until found guilty? & # 39;

The campaign raised $ 20,000 on Monday afternoon.

The mother shared exclusive photos & videos with Inside Edition that offer a glimpse into the girl's life before and after her arrest. The couple is seen together during a court hearing

The mother shared exclusive photos & videos with Inside Edition that offer a glimpse into the girl's life before and after her arrest. The couple is seen together during a court hearing

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The mother shared exclusive photos & videos with Inside Edition that offer a glimpse into the girl's life before and after her arrest. The couple is seen together during a court hearing

The girl is currently being held at the adult Winnebago Mental Health Institute (photo)

The girl is currently being held at the adult Winnebago Mental Health Institute (photo)

The girl is currently being held at the adult Winnebago Mental Health Institute (photo)

The mother shared exclusive photos & videos with Inside Edition that offer a glimpse into the girl's life before and after her arrest.

The girl was removed from her biological parents' custody and placed in foster care a month before the incident.

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Her foster family runs the daycare where the tragic death took place.

Police said the girl was then alone in the house and everyone was playing outside.

Jaxon's father, Nate Liedl, spoke after one of the girl's first lawsuits last November and said she is a criminal who deserves to be handcuffed.

& # 39; Unlike seeing it as a 10-year-old girl, I saw it as the person who killed my son, & # 39; Liedl said ABC7.

& # 39; In my opinion, she deserved to be in cuffs or handcuffs. She's a criminal. & # 39;

Jaxon's father, Nate Liedl, spoke last November and said the girl is a criminal who deserves to be handcuffed. Nate is depicted with son Jaxon on an undated Facebook photo
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Jaxon's father, Nate Liedl, spoke last November and said the girl is a criminal who deserves to be handcuffed. Nate is depicted with son Jaxon on an undated Facebook photo

Jaxon's father, Nate Liedl, spoke last November and said the girl is a criminal who deserves to be handcuffed. Nate is depicted with son Jaxon on an undated Facebook photo

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