Two-month-old baby died from brain damage after being shaken by his father, court hears

Two-month-old baby died from brain damage after being shaken by his father, court hears
 

A two-month-old boy died from 'extensive brain damage' after being shaken by his father, a court has heard.
Eden Robinson's lifeless body was found by paramedics lying on his side in the bedroom of his father Easton Robinson's flat on November 8, 2014.
A neighbour living on the floor above reported hearing a "bang" from the 39-year-old's St Ann's home and "a sound of anguish and frustration" just minutes before an ambulance was phoned.
At hospital, doctors managed to re-start the boy's heart 26 minutes after his collapse, but such was the gravity of his injuries that the... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 51
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