Woman won't fight extradition for Omaha baby's death
Tisha Vega, a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, won't fight extradition to Nebraska in connection with the death of a 20-month-old Omaha toddler.

Vega, 34, is currently being held in Pennsylvania. She faces a manslaughter charge for the September 24, 2006, death of Nathaniel Saunsoci-Mitchell.

Nathaniel had been living in Vega's home in Lincoln, Nebraska. He had been placed there by the Omaha Tribe child welfare services agency.

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