Witness In Foster Child Murder Case Faces Arraignment

The woman accused of helping dispose of the body of a Cincinnati-area foster child is scheduled to be in a Kentucky courtroom today.

Amy baker was taken to the Mason County jail last week.

Baker was the key witness in Marcus Fiesel's murder, and admitted on the stand that she helped his foster dad get rid of the boy's remains in the Ohio River in Maysville.

Baker is expected to be arraigned on a tampering with evidence charge.

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  • by Heather Location: jeffersonville on Jun 11, 2007 at 12:44 PM
    How can these people live with what they have done? All this child wanted and needed was a good home. If the foster mother and father had disputed over having him as a foster child they should have stepped up and said hey this is not going to work and he needs someone that can provide him with a good home and then they should of handed him back over to the state. Therefore the state should have done health and mental tests on the foster parents and do those on a routine basis. I suggest that this be a law to check their mental stability. And anytime a case worker is turned away from seeing a child they should not leave that home until they lay eyes on that child. These people deserve to die in the same way this child did.


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