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  • n. Plural form of neonaticide.


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  • Despite the recent spate of sensational stories, these homicides - called neonaticides by law-enforcement officials - are actually quite rare.

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  • Three neonaticides that walked under Pennsylvania law.

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  • Approximately two hundred to two hundred and fifty neonaticides occur each year, Ms. Hathaway.

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  • Most neonaticides don’t even make it to trial—they get plea-bargained.

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  • That’s because the majority of forensic psychiatrists who deal with neonaticides say the women are not in a dissociative state—just detached from the pregnancy.

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  • An Amazon. com review of Patricia Pearson's 1998 book, "When She Was Bad," cites the following data about other forms of female-perpetrated violent crimes: "Women commit the majority of child homicides in the United States; more than 80 percent of neonaticides; an equal or greater share of severe physical child abuse; an equal rate of spousal assault; about a quarter of child sexual molestations; and a large proportion of elder abuse ...

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