The Randal Dooley Case

Articles regarding the arrest, trial and Second Degree Murder conviction of Tony and Marcia Dooley in the beating death of Randal Dooley, including testimony by physicians, police officers, and child protective service workers regarding abuse allegations pertaining to Randal before his death.

Teacher Reported Welts on Boy
National Post, January 18, 2002

Bells Were Ringing, But Few Listened
National Post, January 22, 2002

Randal's Case Passed Like the Proverbial Buck
National Post, January 23, 2002

Prosecutor Accuses Babysitter of Lying to Protect Herself
National Post, January 25, 2002

Stepmother Says Randal Was Prone to Accidents
National Post, February 7, 2002

Randal 'Suffocated Himself', Father Says
National Post, February 8, 2002

Randal Could Not Have Died as Stepmother Said: Doctor
National Post, February 27, 2002

So Many Injuries, Like a 'Symphony'
National Post, March 2, 2002

Injuries to Dooley 'As Bad as it Gets,' Pathologist Says
The Globe and Mail, March 2, 2002

The Dooleys Call No Evidence
National Post, April 5, 2002

Randal Dooley Was 'Ghost in That House'
National Post, April 9, 2002

Sick Juror, Walkout Delay Dooley Trial
National Post, April 12, 2002

Father, Stepmother Guilty of Second-Degree Murder in 7-Year-Old's Beating Death
The Canadian Press, April 18, 2002

Randy's Stepmother Was His Chief Tormentor
National Post, May 4, 2002

Dooley Appeals
Sun Media, May 25, 2002