When a baby girl died of injuries doctors said were consistent with being shaken, her nanny faced a murder charge. Things took a turn when a small but vocal group of defense witnesses said the science behind shaken baby syndrome had been debunked – something mainstream medical organizations say isn’t true. CNN’s Sanjay Gupta reports. #CNN #News

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