Suffer the Little Children Podcast - Episode 80: Christian Paz (Re-Release)

(Re-Release) Episode 80: Christian Paz

(This episode was originally released on September 29, 2021.)

On January 26, 2020, San Antonio mother Sareh Lang was at work when she received the phone call every parent dreads: her three-year-old son, Christian Paz, was being rushed to the hospital, unresponsive. Two days later, Christian was removed from life support and died in his mommy’s arms. Sareh’s boyfriend, Logan Harvill, was charged in Christian’s death, and Sareh’s other children were removed from her custody, because authorities believed she was aware that Logan was abusing her children.

In today’s episode, I’ll tell you the story of a dark haired, dark eyed little spitfire who loved trucks and had his whole family wrapped around his little finger. You’ll also hear my conversation with Christian’s maternal grandmother, Jennifer Owens, who wants her precious grandson’s death to be a cautionary tale for all of us.

This is the tragic story of Christian Paz.

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