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3-year-old girl dead after family allegedly performed an exorcism on her

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San Jose last fall is receiving renewed interest after church leaders in the community said that they performed an exorcism on the child.The body of Arely Naomi Proctor was found in the basement of a San Jose church last September and her death was ruled a homicide caused by asphyxiation by the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office.Her mother, Claudia Hernandez, has been charged with assault on a child resulting in death.

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U.S. man dies of heart attack while burying body of strangled girlfriend “She strangled her multiple times to the point where the victim went unconscious, she stuck her hands down her throat, and continued this course of conduct for almost a full day,” Wise wrote in the filings.According to court records, Hernandez began to suspect her daughter was possessed because she would “wake up and scream or cry periodically.”She told police that she and her brother brought Proctor to the church at 6:30 a.m.

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