(This is a re-edit of an episode released in March, which was taken down shortly after release.)
On December 23, 2019, two-year-old Stevie Osborn was rushed to the hospital in Kansas City, Missouri, suffering from bruises all over her body, two skull fractures, and massive bleeding on the brain. After Stevie died during life-saving surgery, her death was ruled a homicide caused by blunt force trauma to the head. A report by child services pointed the finger squarely at two individuals, but a shocking act by the prime suspect in Stevie’s murder brought the police investigation to a screeching halt.
In this episode, you’ll hear my conversation with Stevie’s dad, Gary Osborn, who refuses to give up hope of seeing justice for his baby girl.
This is the story of a little girl whose violent death has received almost zero media coverage and has never resulted in criminal charges. It’s also the story of a heartbroken family who will do anything they can to keep her memory alive and to get some semblance of justice for her murder.
This is the infuriating story of Stevie Osborn.
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