Police: Mississippi girl dies after beating over math lesson

Police: Mississippi girl dies after beating over math lessonJACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi man who fatally beat a 3-year-old girl because she couldn't correctly answer questions about numbers told investigators that "this was a tough world and she had to be tough if she wanted to survive," Meridian Police Chief Benny Dubose said Monday.


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