The 4-year-old murdered girl and why we can’t name her


The family of a four-year-old Saskatchewan girl is upset her name and face must be concealed, even as Tammy and Kevin Goforth face sentencing in her death, in a case that has experts divided on the merits of publication bans.

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The four-year-old girl from Regina was killed by her caregivers in 2012. Tammy and Kevin Goforth were convicted in a case that has sparked controversy over not naming the victim due to a publication ban. (Facebook)

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