Petty Officer 2nd Class Jimmy Barlow took the stand in his own defense Tuesday morning on Alameda’s Coast Guard Island, where he faces four counts of child endangerment following the death of his three year old daughter Eden Lynch more than six years ago. Eden’s death was ruled a homicide, caused by blunt force trauma.
A military judge found United States Coast Guard Petty Officer Jimmy Barlow not guilty Thursday on multiple counts of child endangerment in connection to the death of his 3-year-old daughter Eden Lynch more than six years ago. Barlow elected to have a bench trial, which is why a judge, rather than a jury, determined the verdict. “It wasn’t surprising at all,” said Barlow’s defense attorney Colby Vokey, a retired lieutenant colonel from the United States Marine Corps.
Defense attorneys for 31-year-old Jimmy Barlow, a petty officer with the U.S. Coast Guard, opened their case Monday by asking the judge to dismiss the four counts of child endangerment against Barlow on the grounds there wasn’t sufficient evidence to charge him in connection to the homicide death of his 3-year-old daughter Eden. But the judge ruled against the motion and allowed the case to continue.
After 6 long years, heartbreak for one family. Relief for another. Not guilty verdict in the Eden Lynch case. Her father Jimmy Barlow of the #USCG is free and the mystery of what happened to Eden remains unsolved. https://t.co/TrgBGNuLMg
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