The latest odd twist in the Marcus Fiesel saga had a woman who admitted to helping dispose of the boy's body being defended not just by her defense attorney, but by the prosecutor.
Amy Baker is fighting extradition to Mason County, Kentucky after that county indicted her, along with Marcus' foster father David Carroll, on charges of tampering with evidence. Baker agreed to admit to helping Carroll dump Marcus' body in the Ohio river in exchange for immunity from prosecution.
Clermont County Criminal Prosecutor Daniel Breyer promised Baker immunity from prosecutor in exchange for truthful testimony against Liz and David Carroll. Now Breyer may be called as a witness against the extradition. Breyer and Baker's attorney Norm Aubin argued that she be released, but she remains in the Clermont County Jail.