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OCT 10, 2013 - San Francisco Chronicle

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NMSU educates on fighting child abuse

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (AP) — Fake rats, dog poop, bugs and weapons sit in boxes a dim four-bedroom apartment in New Mexico State University's Cervantes Village. Child abuse is all too common in Las Cruces, home to Baby Brianna Lopez's death of horrific abuse in 2002, Kalynne Flores' suffocation in a laundry basket while her father bought beer in 2007 and countless other cases across New Mexico. Bucher is one of three women seeking to stem the continuous flow of child abuse in the state by training law enforcement, attorneys, advocates and more on the intricacies of investigating and prosecuting ... Read More

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