Anthony Barsotti, Jr. and Luann Barsotti hold a picture of their son, Anthony Barsotti III, who died from head trauma while a resident of North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center after an employee pushed him into a concrete wall. "Only God knows what really happened that night. My son was brutally murdered, I felt, and nothing is going to change that," Anthony Barsotti, Jr. said. JOHN PENDYGRAFT | TIMES
Anthony Barsotti, Jr. and Luann Barsotti hold a picture of their son, Anthony Barsotti III, who died from head trauma while a resident of North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center after an employee pushed him into a concrete wall. "Only God knows what really happened that night. My son was brutally murdered, I felt, and nothing is going to change that," Anthony Barsotti, Jr. said. JOHN PENDYGRAFT | TIMES JOHN PENDYGRAFT Tampa Bay Times
Anthony Barsotti, Jr. and Luann Barsotti hold a picture of their son, Anthony Barsotti III, who died from head trauma while a resident of North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center after an employee pushed him into a concrete wall. "Only God knows what really happened that night. My son was brutally murdered, I felt, and nothing is going to change that," Anthony Barsotti, Jr. said. JOHN PENDYGRAFT | TIMES JOHN PENDYGRAFT Tampa Bay Times

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