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The Minnesota mother who allegedly killed her 6-year-old son, Eli Hart, he told police the blood was from a tampon.
A woman that murdered his six-year-old son in Minnesotatold officers the blood found in his car was from a tampon and that the meat found on his body and on the seats was from a deer he picked up from a butcherreleased FOX 9 based on new documents.
Before Julissa Thaler, 28, was arrested in the death of her 6-year-old son Eli Hart, officers found blood in his car, but they took her home without further incident.
Orono police said they located Thaler’s car after they were initially notified about a car with a broken window that you were driving with a flat tire, reveal the new documents.
Fox Minneapolis reported that during the traffic stop, Orono officers said they found what appeared to be blood on his person and additional blood and pieces of meat in the car.
According to the documents, officers also saw a bullet hole in the car and shell casings bullet, but none of those details resulted in Thaler’s initial arrest.
On the contrary, Officers took the woman home while other officers who remained at the scene searched the vehicle.
The body of Thaler’s son was later found in the trunk of the car.. It was next to a shotgun and the autopsy later revealed that the boy’s body received up to nine shots, including a shot to the head.
The woman was later charged by the Hennepin County District Attorney’s Office with second-degree murder. While her boyfriend, who was in the car during the initial traffic stop, was detained and later released due to a lack of evidence to charge him.
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