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Topic - Stanton Samenow
It was hate and revenge — not insanity — that drove a Virginia woman to toss her 2-year-old granddaughter to her death from a sixth-level pedestrian bridge at the state's largest shopping mall, a prosecutor said Wednesday.
In particular, he said Mrs. dela Rosa "detested" her son-in-law, James Ogdoc, and never forgave him or her daughter, Mary Kathlyn Ogdoc.
The trial's final witness, prosecution expert and psychologist Stanton Samenow, said he saw no evidence that Mrs. dela Rosa suffered hallucinations or delusions.