IN - Antwan Liddell, 15 mos, beaten to death, Bloomington, 27 May 2008

Discussion in 'Recently Sentenced and Beyond' started by imthemom, May 29, 2008.

  1. imthemom

    imthemom New Member

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    http://www.week.com/news/local/19316239.html

    say a 21-year-old Bloomington man was arrested Wednesday night for the death of his 15-month-old son.

    George Autman was picked up on a charge of murder. He was also charged with violating a bail bond that prohibited him from having contact with his girlfriend's children. The bond resulted from an incident in late March that involved injuries to a three-year-old girl.
    Autman's son, Antwan Liddell, died of head injuries Tuesday at the Children's Hospital of Illinois in Peoria.
     
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  3. philamena

    philamena Former Member

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    He should have never been released.
    [​IMG] God bless the poor babies.

     
  4. sherri79

    sherri79 Former Member

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    i see no indication the child was kidnapped. why is the mother not charged?
     
  5. Filly

    Filly KICKING AND SHINING

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    Bail is set at one million. Mom was at work and left the two kids at home with Autman. I'm presuming the little girl LE interviewed is the same one Autman hurt back in March.

    This genius told LE the little boy got hurt by running with a sandwich in his mouth. The little girl said "Dad gave him a whooping because he was bad". Autman's family gasped when they heard the mill bail and left the court.


    http://www.week.com/news/local/19363489.html
     
  6. Belinda

    Belinda Doer of Things

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    A 22-year-old Bloomington man has pleaded guilty to killing his 15-month-old son in May 2008.

    The plea George Autman entered Thursday calls for a prison term ranging from 20 to 45 years when he is sentenced Nov. 3 for the murder of Antwan Liddell. Two additional murder counts were dismissed.

    http://www.dewittdailynews.com/2009_08_09_archive-news.php

    You have to page down a ways to this portion.
     
  7. Belinda

    Belinda Doer of Things

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    (Bloomington, IL) -- George Autman will spend 45 years in prison for beating his 15-month-old son to death in 2008. His relatives and the woman that cared for the baby during the first year of his life asked for forgiveness, but the judged ordered the maximum sentence allowed. Prosecutors say medical evidence showed that Antwan Liddell was hit, kicked and stomped on before dying. Autman's attorneys argued that the injuries were from discipline that went wrong.

    http://www.dewittdailynews.com/2009_12_13_archive-news.php

    Sadly, you have to page almost all the way to the bottom to find this story.
     
  8. Kymistry35

    Kymistry35 It's never to late to be who you could have been

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    RIP little Antwan. Even 45 years in prison is not enough for what this baby had to endure before his death. Please tell me that POS mother that left him with his killer did not get to keep custody of the other child?
     
  9. Riddinx

    Riddinx Former Member

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    45 years doesn't seem like long enough. The kid would've lived a lot longer than 45 years if he didn't have such a piece of excrement as a father.
     
  10. kbl8201

    kbl8201 Former Member

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    ive said before, if your not gonna give em the death penalty for killing children, then give them the length of life the child could be expected to live..

    45 is about 30 years too short
     

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