Defense psychologist: Child's convicted killer 'quite disturbed' ( Teghan Skiba )

Smithfield, N.C. — Jonathan Richardson's upbringing by his abusive father and the relationship he had with his mother are keys to trying to understand why he killed his former girlfriend's daughter, a forensic psychologist testified Monday – the third day of a hearing to determine if the 25-year-old should face the death penalty for the crime.

After an hour of deliberations last week, a jury of seven women and five men found Richardson guilty of several charges, including first-degree murder and first-degree sexual offense of a child, in 4-year-old Teghan Skiba's July 19, 2010, death.


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