Tonya Nicole Brown's leaving her baby to die and being released early from prison is a story that had to be told.
By Steve Doyle
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 at 2:00 am (Updated: September 28, 2:02 am)
You may be wondering what the heck has been going on with your newspaper these past few days.
You may not care that Tonya Nicole Brown went into a restroom in Shelbyville more than three years ago and left behind her newborn baby, wrapped in plastic bags and dumped in a trashcan.
You may not care that she is out of jail, barely paying for a crime to which she admitted in a court plea.
But we, as a newspaper, had to tell you, and we hope you did pay attention and that deep down you really care.
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