So... when does Russell Yates go on trial for child endangerment resulting in death?
The Chronology of this...
April 17, 1993: Russell "Rusty" and Andrea Yates are married.
Feb. 26, 1994: Noah Yates is born. Yates later tells doctors that shortly after the birth that Satan told her to get a knife and stab someone.
Dec. 12, 1995: John Yates is born.
Sept. 13, 1997: Paul Yates is born.
Feb. 15, 1999: Luke Yates is born.
June 16, 1999: Andrea Yates calls her husband at work and asks him to come home. He returns to find her shaking and crying.
June 17, 1999: Yates overdoses on Trazodone, a prescription sleeping medicine given to her father after a stroke.
June 18, 1999: Yates is transferred to Houston's Methodist Hospital psychiatric unit and is diagnosed with a major depressive disorder.
June 24, 1999: Yates is discharged from Methodist.
July 20, 1999: Russell Yates wrestles knife away from his wife, who was holding it to her neck in the bathroom at her mother's house.
July 21, 1999: Yates is admitted to Memorial Spring Shadows Glen for psychiatric treatment and is prescribed Haldol, an anti-psychotic drug.
Aug. 9, 1999: Yates is discharged from Memorial Spring Shadows Glen.
Aug. 10, 1999: Yates begins daily outpatient care.
Aug. 18, 1999: Psychiatrist Eileen Starbranch warns the Yates couple that having another child could trigger another psychotic episode.
Nov. 30, 2000: Mary Yates is born.
March 12, 2001: Yates' father, Andrew Kennedy, dies. Rusty Yates later says his wife's condition begins deteriorating soon after.
March 31, 2001: Yates is admitted to Devereux Texas Treatment Network and begins taking anti-psychotic medication.
April 12, 2001: Yates is discharged and begins outpatient care at Devereux.
May 4, 2001: Yates is readmitted to Devereux and begins taking Haldol.
May 14, 2001: Yates is again discharged from Devereux.
June 4, 2001: Dr. Mohammad Saeed, a psychiatrist, tells Rusty Yates to have his wife taper off Haldol over next three days.
June 18, 2001: The Yates couple have follow-up visit with Saeed. Rusty Yates reports his wife is not improving.
June 20, 2001: Yates drowns her five children in the bathtub.
Feb. 28, 2002: Trial on two capital murder charges begins.
March 12, 2002: Yates is convicted of both charges.
March 15, 2002: Yates is sentenced to life in prison.
Dec. 14, 2004: Yates' attorneys argue her appeal before 1st Court of Appeals in Houston.
Jan. 6, 2005: 1st Court of Appeals in Houston overturns Yates' conviction, ruling that some erroneous testimony may have influenced jurors.
Nov. 9, 2005: Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upholds lower appeals court ruling overturning Yates' conviction.
March 17, 2005: Rusty Yates finalizes divorce.
March 18, 2006: Rusty Yates marries Laura Arnold.
June 26, 2006: Yates' second murder trial begins.
July 26, 2006: Yates found innocent by reason of insanity.
Again, I inquire, when does Russell Yates stand trial for allowing Noah, John, Paul, Luke and Mary to be murdered by their own mother, who their father knew to psychiatrically challenged?
I've emailed Harris County District Attorney Chuck Rosenthal to inquire about ths...