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Unsealed docs list evidence in case of mom accused of killing 3 kids

Newly unsealed documents in the case of Lindsay Clancy, the Duxbury, Massachusetts, mother who is accused of strangling her three young children with exercise bands earlier this year before jumping out of a window of the family’s home.Clancy, 32, was indicted last month with three counts each of murder and strangulation in the deaths of her 5-year-old daughter Cora, 3-year-old son Dawson and 7-month-old son Callan.Her attorney, Kevin Reddington, said his client had post-partum depression and was overmedicated at the time.Nearly 300 pages of documents released on Tuesday include 11 search warrants that were previously kept confidential. The warrants sought access to collect exercise bands, medications, phones, computers, notebooks, cameras, a bloody knife and other physical evidence from inside the Clancy home. Wood shingles from the exterior of the family’s home were also collected.According to the documents, Clancy’s notebooks contained documentation of her medications and thoughts of suicide. There’s also mention that she used her phone to document her mental state and research ways to kill. Other evidence taken in the investigation includes samples of blood, urine and swabs from underneath Clancy’s fingernails.During her arraignment in February, Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Sprague outlined Lindsay Clancy’s day leading up to the evening of Jan. 24, when she is accused of killing her kids.Lindsay Clancy took her daughter to the pediatrician, played in the snow with her son and daughter, talked to CVS about stool-softener for children and asked her husband, Patrick Clancy, if he wanted to get takeout for dinner, Sprague said. She added people at the doctor’s office, CVS, and the restaurant said Lindsay Clancy was coherent, did not appear or sound distressed, and her speech was not slurred. After picking up the takeout and going to CVS for the medication, Patrick Clancy returned to a silent home and found his wife bleeding outside. Patrick Clancy called 911 at about 6:10 p.m. “He called 911. During this time, he asked the defendant, ‘What did you do?’ She responded to him, ‘I tried to kill myself and jumped out the window.’ During the 911 call, Patrick can be heard asking the defendant, ‘Where are the kids?’ He later told police that she replied in the basement,” Sprague said, describing the audio recorded on the 911 call. Video Below: Prosecution describes murder case against Lindsay ClancyPatrick Clancy allegedly found his children in the basement. All three had had exercise bands around their necks and died of “ligature strangulation,” Sprague said.Cora and Dawson were pronounced dead at the hospital on Jan. 24. Callan was flown to Boston Children’s Hospital with traumatic injuries and placed on life support but died on Jan. 27.Clancy is currently held without bail and being treated in a medical facility.Video Below: Defense describes Lindsay Clancy as suicidal

Newly unsealed documents in the case of Lindsay Clancy, the Duxbury, Massachusetts, mother who is accused of strangling her three young children with exercise bands earlier this year before jumping out of a window of the family’s home.

Clancy, 32, was indicted last month with three counts each of murder and strangulation in the deaths of her 5-year-old daughter Cora, 3-year-old son Dawson and 7-month-old son Callan.

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Her attorney, Kevin Reddington, said his client had post-partum depression and was overmedicated at the time.

Nearly 300 pages of documents released on Tuesday include 11 search warrants that were previously kept confidential. The warrants sought access to collect exercise bands, medications, phones, computers, notebooks, cameras, a bloody knife and other physical evidence from inside the Clancy home. Wood shingles from the exterior of the family’s home were also collected.

According to the documents, Clancy’s notebooks contained documentation of her medications and thoughts of suicide. There’s also mention that she used her phone to document her mental state and research ways to kill.

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Other evidence taken in the investigation includes samples of blood, urine and swabs from underneath Clancy’s fingernails.

During her arraignment in February, Assistant District Attorney Jennifer Sprague outlined Lindsay Clancy’s day leading up to the evening of Jan. 24, when she is accused of killing her kids.

Lindsay Clancy took her daughter to the pediatrician, played in the snow with her son and daughter, talked to CVS about stool-softener for children and asked her husband, Patrick Clancy, if he wanted to get takeout for dinner, Sprague said. She added people at the doctor’s office, CVS, and the restaurant said Lindsay Clancy was coherent, did not appear or sound distressed, and her speech was not slurred.

After picking up the takeout and going to CVS for the medication, Patrick Clancy returned to a silent home and found his wife bleeding outside. Patrick Clancy called 911 at about 6:10 p.m.

“He called 911. During this time, he asked the defendant, ‘What did you do?’ She responded to him, ‘I tried to kill myself and jumped out the window.’ During the 911 call, Patrick can be heard asking the defendant, ‘Where are the kids?’ He later told police that she replied in the basement,” Sprague said, describing the audio recorded on the 911 call.

Video Below: Prosecution describes murder case against Lindsay Clancy

Patrick Clancy allegedly found his children in the basement. All three had had exercise bands around their necks and died of “ligature strangulation,” Sprague said.

Cora and Dawson were pronounced dead at the hospital on Jan. 24. Callan was flown to Boston Children’s Hospital with traumatic injuries and placed on life support but died on Jan. 27.

Clancy is currently held without bail and being treated in a medical facility.

Video Below: Defense describes Lindsay Clancy as suicidal


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