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Parents are going to prison for a medical diagnosis that may not exist

15
Apr
2014

On a cold Wednesday evening in January 2009, Josh Miller was finishing his 8:00-to-5:00 shift as an automotive detailer at a garage in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. After work, Miller picked up his two-month-old son, Rhys (pronounced Reese), from the restaurant where his fiancée worked, and headed home with the boy. Miller, who was 32 at the time, tried to soothe Rhys by patting the little boy’s belly and making shushing sounds. But Rhys continued to cry.

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