Both the defence and the Crown are giving their closing arguments in the trial of a Regina couple accused in the death of a four-year-old girl and of neglecting her younger sister.
Lawyers for Tammy and Kevin Goforth say the Crown hasn’t proved the pair intended to harm the children.
The lawyer for Tammy Goforth told the jury that the girls were sick with flu and she was trying to nurse them back to health.
Jeff Deagle also said the Goforths took the girls to parks and church and made the sisters part of their lives.
Crown prosecutor Kim Jones argued it was ridiculous for the Goforths to describe the girls as “slender.”
He says the girls were wasting away and anyone could see that.