Bryant's family lawyer, Michelle Martin, called for an investigation of the system and whether girls in the foster home were properly supervised.
'The whole world has placed Ma'Khia on trial based on this one incident,' Bryant's lawyer Michelle Martin said.
'But why 'aren't we looking further and figure out who were those girls?'
'How did this develop so quickly? What trauma was not being addressed within the home?' Martin said. 'I mean so many questions that have to be answered.'
Yes, indeed, and it seems you aren't asking the most important one: Why was she there in the first place? And not just her, either...
Ma'Khia's biological mother Paula Bryant, 42, told DailyMail.com that she lost custody of Ma'Khia along with three other children four years ago.
She didn't elaborate on exactly why, I note...
'The foster care system in Ohio failed Ma'Khia on a number of levels,' said Dot Erickson-Anderson, administrator for the advocacy group Ohio Family Care Association.
'It's a system that has been struggling for a long time with our image of what a family is.'
Yes, I'd imagine it has...