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Vic man in court over shaken baby case

February 12, 2018 3:21 AM
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A little boy likely died from shaken baby syndrome leading to "widespread damage" to his brain in late 2013, a Melbourne court has been told.

Andrew Lincoln Burrow, who was not in custody, faced Melbourne Magistrates Court on Monday for a committal hearing to determine if he will stand trial over the child's death.

Forensic pathologist Linda Iles told the court that although the child's cause of death was brain injury, he lacked other possible shaken baby indicators including bruises, broken bones, skeletal trauma or brain stem or cervical cord injuries.

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Source: dailymail.co.uk

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