Charges against Baker have been dismissed

The criminal charge against Amy Baker has been dismissed.

In a Mason County courtroom Feb. 14, Kentucky Judge Lewis Nicholls dismissed Baker’s charge of tampering with evidence for her role in the murder cover-up of 3-year-old Marcus Fiesel.

In the judge’s written decision, he decided that the tug-of-war between Mason County and Clermont County prosecutors in regard to Amy Baker’s immunity deal must finally come to an end – a conclusion that has now been resolved in favor of the accused.

Baker was granted immunity in Ohio in exchange for the eyewitness testimony in late summer 2006 by revealing when and how foster child Marcus Fiesel was murdered at the hands of his foster parents, Liz and David Carroll.