The cause of Nathan Hagar’s death was initially classified as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, but Burton Hagar told more than a dozen people that he smothered his 4-month-old son.


A retired Maine medical examiner told a judge in Cumberland County on Tuesday that she would reclassify the 1979 death of an infant in Brunswick from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome to asphyxiation, a move that the state seeks so it could pursue a criminal case…Read the rest of the story

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