Queens Man Sentenced To 18 Years In Beating Death Of Son

December 2016
News India Times;12/2/2016, Vol. 47 Issue 49, p11
The article reports on the imprisonment of Indian-American man Jagsheer Singh from Queens, New York City for beating his four-month old son to death.


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