The brother, 21-year-old Justin Dale Ray, is charged with two counts of willful injury and two counts of child endangerment for the incident, which occurred sometime between April 15 and May 2.Between March and May, Justin also allegedly kicked his frail adoptive sister in the chin, leaving her with a bleeding cut, according to a criminal complaint.[Editor's Note: Yes, as I mention in the description of the final episode.] In this episode, the coffee shop Jerry and George go to is not Monk's. In the TV Guide entry for this episode, his character is credited as Hoffman.I assume that this is the way it appeared in the script somewhere along the way.Jerry is disappointed when everything is going his way until he finds out she is engaged.b: 05-Jul-89 pc: 101 w: Larry David & Jerry Seinfeld d: Art Wolff NOTE: In this episode, Jerry refers to Kramer as Kessler, because we later learn in "The Betrayal" this was the name on the buzzer for Kramer's apartment.A cousin who lived with the family, 20-year-old Josie Raye Bousman, is charged with child endangerment resulting in death and three counts of first-degree kidnapping after she allegedly admitted to injuring Sabrina and denying her food and water, reported the station KCCI8.At the time of her death, 16-year-old Sabrina had the average weight of a healthy seven-year-old girl.
As strange as Kramer can be, perhaps he thought it best to not let anyone know he lived there and never changed the name.Police said Wednesday that the girl was unable to walk, talk or eat after being 'drop-kicked' by her 21-year-old adoptive brother down basement stairs weeks before her death. Sabrina Ray (pictured left as a child and right as a teen), 16, was found starved to death in her adoptive parents' home in Iowa on May 12.The girl weighed 56lbs and was severely malnourished.Five people have been charged in the starvation death of a 16-year-old Iowa girl who weighed only 56lbs when she died.Sabrina Ray's body was found May 12 in the Perry home she shared with her adoptive parents, 41-year-old Marc Ray and 40-year-old Misty Ray, who were charged on May 17.Like Sabrina, Natalie Finn went through the state's foster care and adoption system. Mike Breitbach, co-chairmen of the Joint Government Oversight Committee, said in a written release that the girl's death ‘confirms the need for legislative oversight into the management of the DHS as it appears that the Finn case was not an isolated incident.’The agency welcomes an opportunity to share information with legislators on the oversight committee, a DHS spokeswoman said, noting the agency has also enlisted an outside expert to review its system.Her parents, Nicole Finn and Joseph Finn II, are charged in her death and the suspected abuse of two of Natalie's siblings. Earlier this month, some Iowa lawmakers called for legislative oversight of Iowa's DHS in the wake of Sabrina Ray's death. Abby Finkenauer, called for the immediate resignation of DHS Director Chuck Palmer. She also took issue with some lawmakers' characterization of the agency's role.‘To make this about politics instead of moving forward with improved policies or practices does not change the fact that children's lives have been lost or forever changed at the hands of their abuser who was responsible for their care,’ DHS spokeswoman Amy Mc Coy said.There were probably a number of name changes for this character, while Kenny Kramer was deciding whether or not his name could be used. Even in the pilot episode, there is a Superman reference.In this episode, Kramer/Kessler's apartment door is not there. When Jerry sits down to watch TV, he is wearing a bright blue pair of sweat pants, and a bright red sweatshirt.Hoffman (Kramer) comes by to borrow a couple of pieces of meat.The girl calls and asks Jerry if she can stay at his apartment for the night, when she arrives she asks to stay for another night.