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The 2012 death of a Phoenix toddler has now sparked the attention of hacktivist group Anonymous, according to Phoenix New Times.

Savannah Cross, 2, was allegedly killed by Ryan Reed, then 27, and Allison Clement, then 28, a husband and wife duo who ran an unlicensed babysitting service and who were watching Cross when she died.

While the husband admitted to abusing the girl and the wife knowing about it but doing nothing, charges against the couple have recently been dropped due to various bureaucratic reasons.

Anonymous launched "Operation Justice4Savannah" with the group's anger focusing mainly on the Maricopa County Examiner's Office for not completing or expediting test results that the prosecution needed for the case.

Now, in a press release, the group seems to have directed its focus to Cross' mother, an employee at a Phoenix VA hospital, who had left Cross in the care of Reed and Clement for weeks.

Phoenix VA Hospital, you have had more than enough time to remove [Savannah's mother] Ashley Dattoli Livengood from your employ. Indeed, she is not even a full-time employee and Arizona is a "right to work" state. You need prove no misconduct to terminate her employment. Our Nation's veterans deserve far better than to be "cared" for by this uncaring monster who reportedly told co-workers she would "see her when I see her" regarding Savannah. At this time you have 7 days to terminate her employment or we will begin directly contacting veteran's [sic] and military groups in your area. If you want protests on your campus, continue to ignore this demand. We will not ask again.

Read the entire Anonymous press release here.

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