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Ex-Husband Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Kimberly Fry

Kimberly Fry's ex-husband is accusing his wife in the wrongful death of their daughter.

 

The saga of Kimberly Fry returns to the courtroom following a wrongful death suit, filed by her ex-husband, according to The Providence Journal.

Fry was convicted in fall 2011 of second-degree murder in the death of her 8-year-old daughter, Camden. In . 

Fry's ex-husband, Timothy, who filed for divorce after the murder, is filing a wrongful death suit against his ex-wife. Also named in the suit are Rhode Island Hospital and the .

Fry is serving 20 years in prison for the conviction. Timothy Fry is seeking "unspecified damages" in the suit.

Prima Ballerina January 30, 2013 at 02:00 AM
Politics Sheriff NK I know, she has got to be the most narcissistic mother. How could any woman do this to her own flesh and blood? But a narcissistic nutcase.
seed and soil January 30, 2013 at 02:38 PM
This commentary is the perfect example of the misunderstanding that still exists in our society in regard to the un-addressed issue of brain disorders. Would anyone make the same commentary if the results of a physical illness such as cancer or diabetes caused such effects? The point of my previous post is that folks who commit such tragic actions suffer from physical illnesses that affect the organ known as the brain. Far more thoughtful debate and action needs to be taken to help support familie with members, and the individuals who suffers. More meaningful solutions such as secured group homes, or secured day care centers for children and adults whose behavior falls outside of what families can responsibly handle on their own. One can only wonder what might have been the alternate outcome if Mrs Lanza had had a option available for her son where he could go during the day to engage in positive, productive work/activities. Name calling and foolish posts suggesting the death penalty for humans who suffer the devastating effects of brain disorders are part of the problem. Think harder and deeper before posting such harmful things. I see the bloggers droning on endlessly on the gun control debate, but on this very crucial - IMHO, far more important, ROOT CAUSE - there is scant exchange of thoughts and ideas.
Midlife Momma January 30, 2013 at 04:55 PM
excellent post, seed and soil....
Midlife Momma January 30, 2013 at 05:06 PM
again an excellent post. I have wondered what options were offered Mrs. Lanza by the Newtown school district to help with her son's issues. Did she have to "fight" with them for psyc/social support? Was he evaluated for an underlying cause for his "odd" behavior? Did she finally give up fighting for what she felt he needed from the school department or medical community and do what she felt she had to do to get by raising a child who was clearly challenged? It really does take a village to raise children-especially when a child has challenges, which includes mental health. I do hold her responsible for her less than great choices. Dad too....but the school department sadly shares in some of this too. Not his final actions, but how he got to the point of making the decision to carry out those actions....IMO.........Mental health care has to be taken seriously.
Politics Sheriff of NK January 31, 2013 at 12:59 AM
Based on her reports from NH and other things, I think she is crazy AND despicable. One doesnt exclude the other. Did y'all see my electric chair video? ..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HNB7NOEU3IM

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