I do hope that issues with bone development were looked into. However... I have a feeling that they were not. We have seen cases of "abuse" that were not abuse. We've seen families torn apart and even suicides from these cases. Hopefully the family is able to get those things ruled out. The older comments on this article are from family/friends. The story they tell makes more sense to me than the way the article tells it. http://www.ksl.com/?nid=148&sid=35602238 A doctor examining the child discovered "multiple broken bones, two in the left arm and one in the right arm, and one in each leg," according to charges filed in 3rd District Court. The doctor concluded that the injuries "cannot plausibly be explained by accidental injury, and should be considered consistent with inflicted trauma," the charging documents state. http://www.deseretnews.com/article/...ng-babys-bones-while-dressing-her.html?pg=all Police and prosecutors believe the abuse had been happening from the girl's birth on Oct. 25 to March 3, 2015. Heiner allegedly told investigators that her daughter cried a lot and "gets stiff" when she tried to dress her. She said she "forces" the baby's arms and legs into the clothes, and "on more than one occasion she has heard popping sounds while dressing" her, according to the charges. The mother said if her daughter did have broken bones, it was an accident.