Tonawanda News — But Assistant District Attorney Robert Zucco, who prosecuted the case, argued that McNamara had time alone in the home to hide the vibrator after the victim went to police. He was also responsible for updating the family’s phones, and could have installed the apps himself.
Zucco also pointed to medical professionals’ testimony, which indicated that the girl could have been abused despite a lack of physical harm or evidence. The girl, who mumbled often during her testimony, was uncomfortable and had a hard time speaking due to the nature of her testimony, not because she was lying, Zucco said.
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