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Nashua man cleared of child assault charges
In 2012, Zachary Cassista, now 25, was indicted on five counts of second-degree assault accusing him of causing bruises to a 22-month-old boy that required hospitalization.
Court documents indicate that while Cassista was out on bail last year — and while he had no contact with the victim because of bail conditions — revelations about possible new assaults on the boy were made by investigators with the Division of Children Youth and Families.
After numerous hematology tests were conducted on the child, Dr. Celeste Wilson determined there was no medical condition causing the bruising, but that it was a case of child abuse, according to an affidavit.
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