Woman Convicted Of Killing Baby
The County Coroner’s office ruled at the time that it was a case of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, also known as crib death. A review conducted last year of the original autopsy found bruises on the baby’s brain and larynx and alcohol in his blood.
Haskell said her ex-husband, Michael Leflar, set her up for a confession that prosecutors used, but the jury found it convincing. Prosecutors played a recording of the confession she made to her husband while the two were sitting in the parking lot at a Bridgeport Wawa store.