Nikita Stewart of the New York Time reports on the story of Cherone Coleman, and the unfortunate death of her 3-year-old daughter, Autumn.
Coleman and her fiancé, Martin Pereira, had recently broken up, and he had weekend visitation rights with their daughter. However, Coleman was hoping the judicial referee would stop the visits.
The referee declined to intervene. Less than two weeks later, Pereira set his car on fire with their daughter inside it. Chains had been looped through the rear doors to keep the toddler from getting out, or firefighters from getting in.
Read her story here.