In admitting his guilt, Creato stated under oath that he "recklessly caused his son's death under circumstances manifesting extreme indifference to the value of human life by depriving Brendan of oxygen" on Oct. In a statement read by Assistant Prosecutor Christine Shah during Friday's sentencing, Brendan's grandmother, Danielle Collins, said she hopes that one day "DJ can speak the truth about what happened" that night.

"Brendan trusted you," Collins said in the statement. Ten years is not long, but you have to live with yourself for the rest of your days on this earth." In the statement, Collins said she could still hear her grandchild saying, "My name is Brendan Creato, and I am freakin' adorable." "When he was murdered, I lost a piece of me that I will never get back," she said.

Judge John Kelley handed down the sentence in Camden federal court Friday afternoon.

District Court Judge Noel Hillman on June 27 rejected a motion to dismiss the complaint, ruling that since Harkins taught children’s catechism class at the church, the diocese in turn had a responsibility for the care of the students — Shanahan being one of them.

According to De Santis, this is proof Shanahan knew her rights and the facts necessary for filing a complaint at that time.“Despite her complaints in 2004, the plaintiff sat on her rights and did not file suit against the diocese for another eight years,” reads De Santis’ motion, in part.

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