Monday, January 14, 2008

Six D.C. employees to be fired in slain kids case

WASHINGTON (AP) -- At least six child welfare employees will be fired for improperly handling concerns about a woman's care for her four daughters, who were later found dead in their home, Mayor Adrian M. Fenty said Monday.

Banita Jacks, shown in a 1999 booking photo in Maryland, is charged with four counts of murder.

1 of 3 The decomposing bodies of the girls -- ages 5 to 17 -- were found Wednesday when deputy U.S. marshals served an eviction notice at the apartment. Their mother has been charged with murder.
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