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In 2006, Karen McCarron murdered her 3-year-old autistic daughter, Katie. The details of the case are shocking and heartbreaking, but there’s also the reasoning behind the murder that truly tears people up. This is also a case that divides some, especially as it relates to the mental health of McCarron and the stresses that come with raising a child with autism.
Join Mike and Gibby as they discuss the case of Karen McCarron. Karen admitted to several people before the murder that she was frustrated. Then, after the murder, she admitted her involvement to her family and to the police. When she went to trial, it was not a question of whether or not she had done it. The jury had to figure out if Karen was not guilty by reason of insanity.
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