Sueco the Child was killed in Arizona in July 2018.

She was 14 years old.

Now, in her final days, her parents are trying to get her parents’ case dismissed.

A video shot by her friend in her bedroom shows Sueco screaming and screaming and then a police officer comes and tries to calm her down.

“Why don’t you get your mom out of here?

Why don’t we just let her go?”

Sueco says.

After she pleads for her life, the officer tells her she is under arrest and that she can be charged with aggravated child abuse.

She does not want to leave her parents.

Her father, Eric, is furious.

He’s upset because Sueco did not commit the murder, Eric says.

He wants to see her charged and charged with the murder.

Eric says Sueco’s parents should have waited to be charged.

“They’re a terrible mother and terrible father,” Eric says, adding that Sueco was never violent.

Eric and Sueco are among many who believe Arizona’s law is unfair to young children and that they deserve to have the legal system work for them.

But the case against Sueco is complicated.

The Arizona Supreme Court decided that the law is not a hate crime because it does not include child pornography and does not require that parents have an active sexual relationship with their children, according to the Arizona Department of Corrections.

But it still has to decide whether Sueco committed the crime by intentionally hurting her children.

As a result, Sueco will need to appear in court and defend herself, according a statement from her attorneys.

The Arizona Department for Children and Families declined to comment for this story.

Arizona child pornography lawThe Arizona law that has resulted in Sueco facing criminal charges is not the only one that SueCo’s family is fighting.

Some of the charges against SueCo are related to child porn that was allegedly sent to Sueco and other underage girls in California, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas, according the Arizona Daily Star.

In addition, SueCo is facing a child pornography charge in Florida, according TOA’s news partner, the Associated Press.

Sueco’s mother, Marisa Soto, told the Associated New Media that her daughter was never sexually abused.

She said that she was aware of Sueco when she was a little girl, but was not aware of the physical abuse that Suecos parents inflicted on her.

In an email to the AP, Suecos attorney, Brian D. O’Neill, said his client has been subjected to a “campaign of lies and deceit” and has not committed a crime.

“There is no evidence to suggest that Ms. Sueco engaged in any criminal activity,” O’Nell said.

“She was not sexually abused, nor were there any other children in her life at the time of her death.”

But O’Neal said that Sueca is not mentally or emotionally disabled, and that he is confident that Suecoses lawyers will prove that Suecia was not abusive toward her children or their parents.

“Sueca was a child at the center of her life,” O`Neill wrote in a letter.

“I have no doubt that her parents, who were not mentally disabled, will prevail in this matter and vindicate her life.”

Suecos attorneys, however, have already had some problems.

In February 2018, Suecos parents filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the Arizona Supreme Courts, alleging that Suecias actions violated Arizona’s laws on child protection and parental rights.

The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.

Suecias parents also filed a similar wrongful death suit against Arizona in August 2018, alleging wrongful death, physical injury and intentional infliction of emotional distress, according ToA.

The lawsuit alleges that SueCs parents abused Suecia during her childhood, and was subjected to “severe, pervasive, prolonged, and intentional cruelty.”

The suit also claims that Suecers parents subjected Suecia to emotional and physical abuse and sexual violence, and also alleges that the parents made false allegations of sexual abuse against Suecia.

“The facts of this case clearly show that Suebi has been sexually abused by her parents,” the lawsuit reads.

For more information, visit toa.com/child-possession.