Louise Woodard was wholly unqualified to care for an infant and a toddler. The eighteen year old nanny was in over her head caring for two active children. She was reprimanded for coming home late and not being able to get up with the children she was supervising, Louise resented this correction and the situation was about to come to a head. On the fateful day in 1997, Matthew Eappen was cranky, Louise admitted to "getting rough" with the child in the bathtub, she also, admitted to plopping the baby on the bathroom floor. Matthew's injuries told a different story. There was a two inch wide skull fracture, brain damage and injuries to his neck and spinal cord. There was also a broken arm and wrist. These injuries were not present, when the parents left for work in the morning, by mid afternoon Matthew Eappen would be dead of shaken baby syndrome. The trial is still considered one of the worst miscarriages of justice in Massachusetts history. Don't miss this episode!