Jessica Lenahan's estranged husband killed their three daughters in 1999. She sued the town of Castle Rock, arguing police ignored her warnings the girls were in danger. The U.S. Supreme Court rejected that claim. Lenahan has turned to an international tribunal. She and her lawyer, Caroline Bettinger-Lopez, speak with Ryan Warner.
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