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‘Frustrated’ man beat girlfriend’s toddler to death after breaking both of his legs because he was struggling to learn how to walk: Police

by John Jefferson
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Kai Tesoro (GoFundMe)

A 28-year-old man in Nevada is accused of killing his girlfriend’s 17-month-old son, allegedly beating the boy to death in what the medical examiner said was one of the worst cases of abuse he had ever seen.

Christian Moniz Rabino was taken into custody last week and charged with one count of first-degree murder and two counts of child abuse or neglect resulting in serious bodily harm in the slaying of young Kai Tesoro, records reviewed by Law&Crime show.

Officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on June 1 responded to a 911 call regarding a toddler who was not breathing, Las Vegas CBS affiliate KLAS reported. Upon arriving at the scene, first responders located the child — later identified as Kai — and immediately transported him to the Summerlin Pediatrics Emergency Room for treatment.

At the hospital, doctors reportedly found that Kai was suffering from bruising to his head and multiple brain bleeds believed to be caused by “non-accidental trauma,” likely due to violent shaking. One of the doctors told authorities that the abuse was “one of the worst cases he had seen” in his career.

The child had also suffered a broken leg that likely been caused by “a large amount of force,” the station reported.



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