Washington Couple Convicted in Adopted Daughter's Death

Hana Williams died of malnutrition and hypothermia in May 2011.
0:36 | 09/10/13

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The parents of young -- they adopted from Ethiopia could spend the rest of their life in prison after their conviction in the girl's death. Jurors in Washington State found Leary in Cary Williams. Guilty of manslaughter and other charges prosecutors. Say the girl thought to be about thirteen years old was starved beaten. And force outside as punishment she died in the family's backyard and -- of 2011. Hypothermia and malnutrition. The couple was also convicted of assault for abusing a boy they adopted also from Ethiopia. Defense lawyers are expected to appeal the decision.

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