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"There was no suspicion," says Detective Malach. "We knew we had a baby that was deceased and we needed to find out what happened. Everything was open."
During the trial, attorneys went after Malach, saying he bullied and coerced Lowe into a confession.
"I didn't take it personally," says Detective Malach. "I didn't need the vindication. What everyone saw on that interview was me having compassion and trying to figure out what happened."
Detective Malach says he never saw Lowe as a victim. He was just focused on getting to the truth.
"I don't see her as a victim, absolutely not," says Detective Malach. "It's a sad story. She comes from a good family, but there are 2 babies and that's where the victims lie, and that's where we have to go with."
Lindsey Lowe is being kept in solitary confinement in the Sumner County jail until she's moved to the state prison for women.
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TBI: Women more likely family violence victims
June 20, 2013 08:10 GMT
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A new study of domestic violence in Tennessee last year found women were nearly two times more likely to be victimized than men and children were the victims in 16 percent of all family violence cases.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation put out a report this week analyzing crime statistics from law enforcement agencies across the state. Their findings show that nearly 15 percent of all crimes reported were domestic in nature.
The study looked at the relationships between victims and offenders as well as the influence of drugs and alcohol on family violence. The study found that more than 17 percent of family violence involves drugs or alcohol, with alcohol being the most common.
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