Russian officials have expressed disbelief at the decision not to charge the Shattos and blame them for the boy's death. She said he tended to bang his head and claw himself, which she tried to prevent by cutting his nails short and having him wear gloves at night. She told the operator her son was autistic, self-injurious and on medication. As the only remaining independent, English-language news source reporting from Russia, The Moscow Times plays a critical role in connecting Russia to the world. Editorial decisions are made entirely by journalists in our newsroom, who adhere to the highest ethical standards. A medical examiner's investigator wrote that she found abrasions, scrapes and bruises from head to toe on Max's body. Alan Shatto told authorities that Max hit his head against items in the home and had serious behavioral problems. LUBBOCK, Texas — The mother of a dying 3-year-old adopted Russian boy was frantic and crying as she tried to revive her son while emergency personnel raced to her rural Texas home, a newly released recording revealed.
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