Complaint: 'Jane Doe' beaten, burned, discarded in Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE -- A woman known for two decades simply as "Jane Doe" after her battered remains were found on the edge of a Wisconsin cornfield was a cognitively impaired 23-year-old who sought help from a nurse now accused of "barbaric brutality" and charged in her death, investigators who worked the case for years without a lead said Friday.

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