Monday, February 24, 2014

Newborn baby assaulted by father in the hospital now dead (Perth, Australia)

Previous articles on UNNAMED DAD have mentioned that he had assaulted the teenage mother before. So why this little piece of sh** was allowed anywhere near a newborn premature infant makes no sense. Dumb @$$ little thugs are exactly that. But once again, we have a "child protection" agency infiltrated with dangerous fathers rights propaganda. The result is that that violent criminal daddies are the only ones with rights.

Newborn baby allegedly assaulted by his teenage father dies


February 25, 2014 7:55AM

THE baby allegedly injured by his teenage father in Bunbury Hospital a week and a half ago his died.

Department of Child Protection and Family Support director general Terry Murphy this evening said the boy died in Princess Margaret Hospital with his family at his bedside. He said the life support system was not switched off.

“No decision was required to be made regarding life support system,” he said.

“I would like to express my sadness at this tragic loss, and offer my sincerest condolences to all members of the family. I ask everyone to please be aware of the sensitivities and needs of the family and respect their privacy at this difficult time.”

Mr Murphy said the Department was continuing to work with the family and is providing appropriate support services.

“The Coroner and the Ombudsman will now undertake investigations to establish cause of death and to review the circumstances and events which preceded this tragedy,” he said.

Nine News Perth reported the maternal grandfather of the baby said his condition had seriously deteriorated over the weekend.

The boy’s 15-year-old father was charged with aggravated grievous bodily harm after the premature newborn was discovered with life-threatening injuries.

The one-month-old baby was put in the care of the Department of Child Protection after the events that led to his injuries.

Last week it was revealed his teenage father was also in the care of the Department.

The father will appear in the Bunbury Children’s Court this week via video link.