TX - Stephen Hill, 13, White Settlement, 3 Nov 1991

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  1. Satch

    Satch Active Member

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    Dear Web Sluths,

    I need help on an old case that was televised on Court TV back in 1991. (arrox.) From what I remember, the case involved a couple who was well-off, but they lived in a trailer-park in Florida and in a horrific case of child-abuse and neglect, they would restrain their son Steven by starving him and chaining him when he was disobedient. The case seems to ring a bell as Florida vs. Hill, but the only information that comes up on the Net, does not relate to this particular case. I know the parents were convicted and I think the father was an engineer. I am looking for details on the trial, conviction, and sentence.

    Satch
     
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  3. Sunshine77

    Sunshine77 New Member

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    I think this may have happened in Texas, not Florida. From the little I was able to find so far, the parents Jay & Linda Hill, starved the son Stephen Hill. It's also mentioned they lived in a trailer park. I'm going to see what else I can find.

    http://news.google.com/newspapers?n...TMdAAAAIBAJ&sjid=d6UEAAAAIBAJ&pg=2344,2161100

    ETA: I searched on the Texas Dept of Criminal Justice website, and found they were both sentenced in 1992 to 99 years in prison. They were eligible for parole in 2006, but I take it they were denied as they are both still incarcerated.
     
  4. Satch

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    Yes! Thank you! The Case Was in Texas, not Florida. That is the one!

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