An autopsy suggested a tot died of blunt force mishap and had suffered mixed damaged bones, a torn heart vessel, a torn kidney, mind bleeding, a liver contusion, a hemorrhage behind a eyes, and several bruises to a behind and head.
Dr. Christine James of a Allegheny County Medical Examiner’s Office pronounced that a “injuries could not start to an tot by descending from a aspect of a mattress that was dual feet, dual inches above a carpeted floor,” according to a affidavit.
Following James’ assessment, military conducted a second talk with Gazzam, in that they pronounced he certified to violence his daughter to death.
On Sunday, after changing Victoria’s diaper and feeding her, Gazzam pronounced he put her down for a nap, according to police. She fast woke up.
Gazzam pronounced Victoria was “fussy” and “would not stop great and would not tumble defunct again,” military said.
Gazzam allegedly told military he punched a tot twice in a conduct out of anger, afterwards in a stomach and back.