An Australian mom is seeking a pardon decades after being convicted of killing her 4 children. She says science proves her innocence.
- An Australian woman convicted of killing her four children is seeking a pardon.
- Kathleen Folbigg says all four of her children died of natural causes in the 1980s and 1990s.
- More than 90 scientists have signed her petition asking for a pardon.
Nearly two decades after an Australian mother who was convicted of killing her four young children, the woman is asking for a pardon.Kathleen Folbigg was sentenced to 30 years in prison after she was convicted on three counts of murder and one count of manslaughter in 2003.
Folbigg was the first person on the scene of each of her children's deaths.Her first child, Caleb, died at 19 days old in 1989. Her second, Patrick, died at eight months old in 1991. Her third, Sarah, died at 10 months old in 1993. Her fourth, Laura, died at 19 months old in 1999.
But Folbigg said natural causes can explain each
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