Too Young to Prosecute? 9-Year-Old Boy Facing Murder Charges
Clip: 11/22/2019 | 9m 41s
A 9-year-old boy returns to court Friday to face five counts of first-degree murder after an April fire killed five people in central Illinois. Joining us to discuss the highly unusual case are a reporter covering the story and a juvenile justice advocate.
Aired: 11/22/19 |
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