Thursday, December 16, 2010

MAN UNDER THE SCANNER FOR HURTING HIS OWN INFANT

A young man all of twenty three got the attention of one and all after he was in the court of law for allegedly hurting his own little daughter who is but an infant. He was supposedly under the influence of alcohol under which he hurt the baby. Though granted bail back then he is again in the court being accused of breaching a ban on alcohol as placed on him.

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While the infant’s mother claims the injury took place while she was away and the child was alone with its father who probably assaulted it. On the other hand the young father states that he did not one bit hurt the child.

It was the child’s bottle that had fallen on its eye which resulted in the bruise. As for later he accidently hit the child’s head against the wall while taking her upstairs. This was what probably resulted in the skull fracture.

This event had apparently taken place on the morning of the 2nd of November 2010. The report of the doctors’ state that it is impossible to have sustained such severe injury in the manner the father is explaining it happened.

The only way it might have been would be in an accidental car accident they stated. None the less the man can be granted a bail again though with a night time curfew this time round to go with the alcohol ban.

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