Yet another group of documents and recordings were released Monday by attorneys in the murder and child abuse case against Jorge and Carmen Barahona, and with each new documents the horrors done against their adopted twins seem to mount.
The attorney for the adoptive father of murdered 10-year Nubia Barahona filed a motion in court Tuesday asking the judge to have separate trials for Jorge and Carmen Barahona.
The public and the news media will be kept out of the dependency court hearings for the three surviving adopted children of Jorge and Carmen Barahona, the Miami-Dade couple accused of fatally abusing one of their children.
An appeal filed by a former DCF child abuse investigator involved in the Barahona case was dismissed. Andrea Fleary filed the appeal after she was fired and claimed that her dismissal was inappropriate because she made no mistakes in her investigation.
Newly released documents in the Barahona child abuse and murder case continue to shed new light on the disturbing case and provide glimpses into the troubled life of accused torturer and child killer Jorge Barahona.
There was no decision Wednesday by a Miami-Dade judge on whether pretrial evidence in the case of Miami parents arrested for allegedly beating and murdering their 10-year-old adoptive daughter, Nubia Barahona, to death would be released. Meanwhile, Palm Beach County documents are released to the public.
Andrea Fleary, the Florida Department of Children and Families caseworker fired for allegedly botching the investigation the Barahona family abuse case, believes she did everything she could to investigate the charges.
Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against Jorge and Carmen Barahona who are accused of torturing two of their adopted children and killing their adopted daughter 10-year old Nubia.
A south Miami-Dade couple will be formally arraigned Monday on charges of first degree murder, aggravated abuse and neglect in the death of their adopted daughter 10-year old Nubia Barahona.
A south Miami-Dade couple has been indicted by a Miami-Dade grand jury on charges of first degree murder, aggravated abuse and neglect in the death of their adopted daughter 10-year old Nubia.