N.Y. doctor charged with shaking infant daughter to death is suspended from his job

September 1996
Jet;09/02/96, Vol. 90 Issue 16, p40
Reports that Dr. Malcolm Scoon was charged with fatally shaking his infant daughter Mariah, leaving her brain dead. His suspension from his job as an anesthesiologist in Brooklyn, New York while charges are pending; His plea of not guilty; His wife's opinion; His wife's past involvement with the Los Angeles County Child's Services.


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