Monday night's topic is the lack of transparency in child-welfare cases that end with the death of a child.
In one such case, a little boy named Andres Estrada was killed on his street despite numerous calls and complaints about neglect in his home. Two agencies that received complaints and knew about a clear pattern of no supervision in the Estrada home are silent about the case.
Could Andres have been better protected? See what happens with 9Wants to Know attempted to get answers.
Catch our second part of the Failed to Death series Monday at 9 and 10 p.m.. Child abuse experts with Tennyson Center for Children will also be available to take your phone calls about child abuse.
FAILED TO DEATH PART ONE: Mother says she needed help before dousing children with gasoline
To read 9NEWS Investigative Reporter Jace Larson's reaction to the series, visit: http://jacelarsontv.blogspot.com
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