Rehma's parents, Sameer and Nada Sabir, filed a wrongful death suit against Ms McCarthy Brady after a criminal case against the nanny collapsed. Attorney Martha Coakley said it was not the intention of the Sabirs to enforce the judgment for damages unless Ms McCarthy tried to profit from the sale of her story in "social media, print media, (or) broadcast (media)."
A Massachusetts court has found Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy, against whom a murder charge was dropped over the death of one-year-old Rehma Sabir in her care, to be civilly liable for the baby's death. The child died in January 2013 after she was found unconscious in her cot while the Irish nanny was looking after her at the family home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Like many Internet professionals, Kevin Epstein is his extended family's IT department-at least when he's not busy tracking over a billion bits of cyber threats a day as a vice president for cybersecurity firm Proofpoint. So he got the frantic call from a family member two months ago when email was bouncing from the family's financial counselor account.