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Wow , sad very sad.
Great post Viking thank you for the pics and taking the time to write up the back story.
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Wow , sad very sad.
Great post Viking thank you for the pics and taking the time to write up the back story.
Wolfie and I are very proud of you on this one.
Thanks EB. I read the article online, so it is not my story, but I did cite the author at the top of the thread.

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..neglected in his death, as surely was neglected during his life.

No more suffering for you and RIP, little man.
I agree. What a cute little guy :(..

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Re: Dead Boy in Maine Identified

Texas mom held without bail for son’s murder

Updated: Friday, 20 May 2011, 10:44 AM CDT
Published : Thursday, 19 May 2011, 1:37 PM CDT

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. - A Texas woman accused of killing her 6-year-old son and leaving his body on a dirt road in Maine may have come to New England to kill her son and commit suicide, saying the boy is "in heaven" and she wants to go there as soon as possible, her lawyer said Thursday.

Julianne McCrery, 42, of Irving, Texas, was ordered held without bail Thursday on second-degree murder charges in New Hampshire, where she made her initial court appearance after waiving extradition earlier in the day from Massachusetts.

She stared at the floor during her appearance in Portsmouth District Court, and she appeared to be crying when she was led from the courtroom.

Hours earlier, a lawyer representing her at a hearing in Massachusetts said that based on conversations with his client that he believes she came to the region with the idea of taking her son's life and committing suicide.

Investigators believe McCrery killed 6-year-old Camden Hughes on Saturday in Hampton, N.H., and then left the body in an isolated area in South Berwick, Maine.

Preliminary autopsy findings showed that the cause of Camden's death was asphyxiation and the manner of death was homicide, according to Maine's chief medical examiner. The homicide remains under investigation.

The boy last attended school in Texas on Friday, May 6. On Monday, May 9, his mother called to report that he was absent because he was ill, and she continued to call this week, saying he was still sick, said Pat Lamb, director of security for the Irving Independent School District.

The last call to the school was Wednesday morning, hours before McCrery was questioned by state police in Massachusetts.

After the New Hampshire hearing, Senior Assistant Attorney General Susan Morrell said McCrery's family is traveling to New England and will claim the boy's body. She did not say which family members or when they would arrive.

McCrery was detained Wednesday at a Massachusetts highway rest stop after police got a tip about her pickup truck, which matched a vehicle spotted near the spot where the boy's body was found covered with a blanket.

Her detention Wednesday set off a rapid-fire chain of events in which the investigation shifted from Maine, where the boy's body was discovered, to Massachusetts, where McCrery was questioned, and finally to New Hampshire, where authorities believe the boy died and the formal charges were ultimately filed.

But McCrery's friend, Shirley Miller of Arlington, Texas, said "Julie" McCrery suffered from mood swings and sometimes would just "up and go" without telling anyone. Last fall, she took her son out of kindergarten and they went to Seattle and Nebraska before returning to Texas where she was living with Miller's adult son.

Miller said McCrery "was up one minute and down the next" but she would never have believed that McCrery would hurt her son.

Court documents and interviews paint a conflicting portrait of a devoted mother who loved her young son but one who also served time in jail.

Texas public records show that McCrery was arrested at least twice on prostitution charges and once for possession with intent to distribute drugs.

Lamb described McCrery's son as "a gifted and talented" kindergartner at W.T. Hanes Elementary School in Irving. Grief counselors were on hand to assist children and staff as news of his death spread on 600-student campus, Lamb said.

Meanwhile, McCrery's mother, LuRae McCrery, has written a letter to the media , thanking everyone for being so concerned about her grandson. She also talked about how much of a wonderful boy he was, and that he will always be remembered.

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In her self-published book, Julianne McCrery describes her troubles falling asleep and writes of restless nights "driving myself crazy by thinking of everything under the sun." In one passage, she writes of sleep problems she suffered when her son, who was three at the time, fell ill for eight months with ear problems.

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