Photos of Lauren McConniel bring jurors to tears http://www.thestarpress.com/article/20110513/NEWS01/105130344 SNIP: A juror submitted a written question to Pachloski, asking if hallucinations could be a result or side effect of high sodium levels. "Yes," the doctor responded. Witnesses in the trial have provided grim accounts of Lauren's behavior in the final weeks of her life, with episodes that saw her running into walls, biting the tips of her fingers and toes, making herself vomit, trying to eat vomit and feces, and having hallucinations with "little blue bunnies" telling her to be violent. Additional Links: Witness says Brittany McConniel vowed to 'break' stepdaughter http://www.thestarpress.com/article/20110512/NEWS01/105120345 SNIP: Brittany McConniel, 25 -- on trial this week for neglect of a dependent resulting in death, filed after the March 2010 death of her 5-year-old stepdaughter -- forced the little girl to do jumping jacks for up to 50 consecutive minutes, along with holding heavy objects or running for set periods of time, usually after the child had bathroom accidents, Ryan McConniel told Delaware Circuit Court 5 jurors. Ryan McConniel: 'I believe she's guilty' http://www.thestarpress.com/article...onniel-believe-she-s-guilty-?odyssey=obinsite Told jurors that witnesses, including Ryan McConniel, would testify about extreme punishments Brittany McConniel inflicted on her stepdaughter, including forcing her to hold up cans of vegetables for extended periods of time, do jumping jacks until she collapsed from exhaustion and beating the bottoms of the girl's feet with sticks.