A younger Aylmer girl has been sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in jail for killing her six-month-old daughter in 2014.
Martine Soucie, 26, was convicted of manslaughter final spring within the loss of life of Miliange on the household house on Eardley Highway.
A coroner’s examination confirmed that the kid had been injured a number of occasions throughout her life. On the ultimate day of her life, she suffered a damaged femur (thigh bone).
Soucie testified that another person will need to have triggered the damage. She stated she phoned for an ambulance when her daughter did not get up within the morning.
She was charged in 2015.
Gatineau police spokesman Jean-Paul Lemay stated after the arrest that “suspicions have been raised” following the coroner’s inquest, and the foremost crime unit launched a five-month investigation “in strictest confidence,” resulting in the mom’s arrest.
The Crown had requested for a sentence of 12 years, whereas the defence recommended a sentence of two to 5 years.
Soucie was additionally convicted of aggravated assault and assault inflicting bodily hurt.
She has two older daughters who have been three and 5 on the time their sister died. They have been taken by youngster protecting companies.
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