Patricia Stallings

Patricia Stallings

In 1989, a St. Louis convenience store clerk named Patricia Stallings was convicted of the murder of her infant son with antifreeze and was sentenced to life in prison. She had another baby in prison that went to foster care. The baby had identical symptoms of poisoning however it was determined that both children actually had a genetic disorder. She was later exonerated in 1991.

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