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Mother’s poor choices played a part in death

Lynn DeJac Peters did not murder her daughter, but she was definitely indirectly responsible. If she had not continually exposed her daughter to the low-life men she brought home, including the stepfather who was imprisoned for sexually abusing her, perhaps Crystallyn would still be alive today.

I would hope that instead of reaping the benefits of the multimillion dollars she was awarded at her daughter’s expense, she would start a memorial in her daughter’s name to help other children who are victims of abuse.

Teresa Morgan

Buffalo