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Microwave Attacks "Microwave Murder .
« on: May 07, 2019, 03:23:52 PM »
While it's possible the movie drew its inspiration from three murders in the 1980s, when mentally ill parents in New York, Maine, and Tennessee burned their children to death in ovens, not one of the parents in any of the above incidents—oven or microwave—was reported to have committed their crimes under the influence of drugs.

That all changed in 1999, when 20-year-old Elizabeth Renee Otte was arrested and charged with killing her month-old son in a microwave. Otte, a Virginia woman who suffered from severe epilepsy, claimed to not remember placing her baby in the microwave, turning it on, and going to bed. She was convicted in 2000 of involuntary manslaughter, and sentenced to 10 years in prison (with five suspended) and 20 years probation. Much of her trial revolved around determining whether it was even possible for someone who had just suffered a seizure to be the right amount of disoriented to stuff an infant into a microwave and turn it on. Otte's case ended up being pretty convincing. Since Otte, three other people—two women and a man—have been charged with either injuring or killing their children in microwaves.

In 2007, Joshua Royce Mauldin was arrested, charged, and convicted for putting his two-month-old daughter in a microwave in a hotel in Galveston, Texas. The little girl survived. Mauldin, who had just moved his family from Arkansas on God's instructions that he become a pastor in Texas, had stopped taking his schizophrenia medication. In 2008, China Arnold was convicted of killing her child with a microwave, allegedly because she did not want her boyfriend to know the baby wasn't his. And in 2012, a Sacramento woman was charged with murdering her six-week-old in a microwave oven. Like Otte, Ka Yang defended herself by saying she suffers from epilepsy and often doesn't recall what she does immediately after having a seizure.
 
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