East Lindsey Target published Louth man caused six fractures to seven-week-old daughter while...

Jan 9, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: This is Lincolnshire

A LOUTH man who caused six fractures to his newborn baby while changing her clothes and nappies has been given a suspended jail sentence.

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vicki

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Jan 11, 2013
 
suspended sentence for causing that much harm to a newborn baby changing nappies and clothes is very unlikely and hes been given a suspended sentence what is the world coming to this man needs locking up, how do you break a 7week old babys ribs changing a nappy? the doctor said a voilent twisting action broke her arm but yet his solicitor said hes been occupied by work and other things well that a good excuse to cause fractures to your babys arm knee ankle and ribs isnt it, what is this poor childs mother doing you know if your child is in pain yet they only her to hospital when the father aparently heard her arm click, im disgusted in this country this child needs taking off her parents and given to a loving family that will look after her but instead shes still with her parents who in 7 short weeks of her life have managed 3 fractures and 3 broken ribs yet some idiot let him off and then his solicitor said it would ruin any chance of the family getting back together absoloute idiot if and when this happens to this child again everyone involved who didnt help that poor baby should all be sent to prison as its just as much there fault as the parents, and as for our law and order you send a great message to other sick people that is ok tell them your struggling for work and youll be let off with any punishment!!!!!!!!!!
jan

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Jan 15, 2013
 
totally totally agree the courts has let this defenceless baby down

in my opinion one thing you can be sure about its not if its when will it happen again .
Bea T

Scranton, PA

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Feb 1, 2013
 
How horrible for the child. I hope her father learns his lesson and takes some very basic parenting and newborn care classes before even thinks of going near his daughter again. Injuries like that to newborns can easily be life threatening if not taken seriously.
Mellisa G

Scranton, PA

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Feb 1, 2013
 
How horrible for the child. I hope her father learns his lesson and takes some very basic parenting and newborn care classes before even thinks of going near his daughter again. Injuries like that to newborns can easily be life threatening if not taken seriously. http://www.fosamaxclassaction.us/femur-fractu...

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