Legal

 

INTRODUCTION:

The Rae Carruth case, where a former NFL player was responsible for orchestrating the death of his pregnant girlfriend, to avoid paying child support was extremely tragic and disturbing.   Carruth is now serving a 20-year sentence without parole.  This case is also frightening.

Stewart

 

MAN INJECTS SON WITH AIDS:

Brian T. Stewart (pictured above) worked as a lab technician (who takes blood samples from patients) at a St. Louis hospital.  He became enraged when his girlfriend became pregnant; pending fatherhood cramped his style.

Throughout the pregnancy, Stewart had very little to do with his girlfriend and refused to have anything to do with the baby after he was born.

Stewart insisted he was not the father, when DNA proved otherwise, the mother tried to work out a reasonable child support arrangement, Stewart balked.  She threatened him with court, he smirked and said that she was wasting her time because the boy was not going to live long, when she asked what he meant, he turned and walked away.

Based on his salary, the court ordered Stewart to pay $267 dollars a month in child support.  Stewart became outraged and vowed not to make a single payment.

He would develop a sick and intense hatred for his ex-girlfriend and son, it consumed him night and day.   He could be overheard at work, complaining to anyone who would listen.

On February 6, 1992, Stewart presented himself as a man with a change of heart, maybe fatherhood wasn’t so bad after all as he cuddled and played with his 11-month old son.

Stewart was left in the presence of his son for a short while, he decided to put his sick and demented plan into motion, a he did one of the most unspeakable, unimaginable and unthinkable acts any human being could do.  He deliberately injected his 11-month old son with the AIDS virus.

Over the years, the boy’s health would decline, he was admitted to a hospital in 1996 with a respiratory problem, he was also diagnosed with HIV; the boy now has AIDS.

Everyone was baffled, how did he get the disease?  The mother convinced the Sheriff’s Department to launch an investigation.

The two-year investigation would lead to the arrest of Brian Stewart.

In court, the prosecutors argued that health officials had tested everyone who may have come into contact with the boy and none had tested positive for the virus and there were no signs that the child was sexually abused.

Brian Stewart showed no remorse when he was sentenced to life in prison with the option for parole.

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