Murder jury told baby was doing well with mum before being shaken to death by his dad

Murder jury told baby was doing well with mum before being shaken to death by his dad
 

A baby boy allegedly murdered by his father had been doing well in his mother's care, a jury heard.
Eden Robinson passed routine checks by health visitors and was also examined by Nottingham GPs when taken along by his mother Clare Mellors.
But the two-month-old boy died from "extensive brain damage" after allegedly being shaken by his father Easton Robinson, 39, at a flat in Wasnidge Walk, St Ann's.
Read more: Two-month-old baby died from brain damage after being shaken by his father, court hears
Paramedics found him lying on one side in the bedroom of his father's flat on... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 37
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