Mother jailed for crushing baby – BBC News

Posted March 11th, 2009 in child cruelty, news, sentencing by sally

“A mother has been jailed for eight years for inflicting a ‘horrific’ series of injuries on her two-month-old son, who died hours later.”

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BBC News, 10th March 2009

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Mother and boyfriend guilty of inflicting 107 injuries on child – The Independent

Posted February 12th, 2009 in child abuse, child cruelty, news by sally

“A girl aged two was beaten to death by her mother and her boyfriend, who inflicted 107 separate injuries during four weeks of violence.”

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The Independent, 12th February 2009

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Young mother jailed over “horrific” cruelty campaign against two-month-old son – Daily Telegraph

Posted February 11th, 2009 in child abuse, child cruelty, news, sentencing by sally

“A young mother has been jailed for a ‘horrific’ campaign of cruelty against her helpless two-month-old son who died hours after her last attack, in a case that has echoes of ‘Baby P’.”

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Daily Telegraph, 11th February 2009

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Couple jailed after baby’s death – BBC News

Posted December 16th, 2008 in child cruelty, news by sally

“A couple have been jailed for three years for child cruelty following the death of their six-month-old baby.”

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BBC News, 15th December 2008

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Man sentenced over Shia flogging – BBC News

Posted September 25th, 2008 in child cruelty, Islam, news by sally

“A devout Shia Muslim has been given a suspended prison sentence for forcing two boys to beat themselves during a religious ceremony.”

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BBC News, 24th September 2008

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Man convicted over Shia flogging – BBC News

Posted August 27th, 2008 in child cruelty, Islam, news by sally

“A devout Muslim has been found guilty of child cruelty after forcing two boys to beat themselves during a religious ceremony, in an unprecedented case.”

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BBC News, 27th August 2008

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