Father jailed for killing baby son

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Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby SearchforJustice » Mon May 12, 2008 2:31 pm

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/surrey/7396283.stm

Teenager jailed for killing baby
A teenager has been jailed for four-and-a-half years for killing his five-month-old son in a fit of anger.

Steven Wilkinson, of Beare Green, Dorking, Surrey, was 17 at the time of his son Rylan's death in October 2006.

The baby died from severe head injuries. Wilkinson, who is now 19, had admitted manslaughter at the Old Bailey after earlier denying murder.

The court heard Wilkinson was a devoted father who struggled to cope with the demands of raising a family.

He violently shook the baby and bit his face in what was described as a "momentary loss of control" when he was woken by Rylan hours after returning from a night at the pub.
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby DCB » Mon May 12, 2008 2:33 pm

In Justice for Madeleine thread?
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby cushty » Mon May 12, 2008 2:34 pm

so how does a father who isn't devoted behave?

do these reporters ever read what they write :evil:
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby SearchforJustice » Mon May 12, 2008 3:28 pm

DCB wrote:In Justice for Madeleine thread?


If it's annoying you, then ask for it to be moved. You DO get rather offensive, don't you? Why don't you try joining in on the debates, rather than resorting to sarcasm?

Just in case you need reminding, here are a few of your replies to other posters:

*In Justice for Madeleine thread?
*Maybe instead of listing 81 lies, it would be better to list every true, unambiguous, verifiable ,and agreed fact about what happened.
*And people can answer all the other questions/speculation posted on here?
*Oh dear - some paragraphs and spacing would have made it easier to read.
*Your comments are only far fetched if they do not concur with the other far fetched
comments on here.......

And the list goes on


I don't usually respond to trolls, but in this instance, I have made an exception............but it is just a one-off. It won't happen again.

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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby thompson » Mon May 12, 2008 3:37 pm

SearchforJustice wrote:Never argue with a fool. They will drag you down to their level and beat you with experience!


i like it, good one
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby bugalugs1970 » Mon May 12, 2008 4:17 pm

He violently shook the baby and bit his face in what was described as a "momentary loss of control" when he was woken by Rylan hours after returning from a night at the pub.

It was the first time Wilkinson and the child's mother Rebecca Costick, then 24, had been able to enjoy a night out since Rylan was born.

John Coffey QC, defending, said Wilkinson may have "taken on more responsibilities than he could shoulder".

The court heard how the baby suffered xxxxxxxx and brain swelling, causing his heart and his breathing to stop.


Mr Coffey said: "He did his best, working hard for modest financial reward but not seeking to avoid his responsibilities.

"No punishment could compare with the intensity of the punishment that he has inflicted upon himself in acting the way he did."

Thank you for bringing this to the forum. Very sad story.
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby Torti » Mon May 12, 2008 6:42 pm

This truly is a sad story for all concerned. It does point out one of the major societal problems here in the US (I think it's probably in the UK, too); that children are trying to raise children. There are few things that are more overwhelming than being unprepared for the reality of the presence of a new baby in the house. All routines go out the window to cater to this newcomer who is unable to care for him/herself. It's the adult's responsibility to provide that care, attention, and love. Yes, love. And far to many don't have it to give, never having received it themselves, as their parents were deficient, too. One generation teaches the next.
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Re: Father jailed for killing baby son

Postby Leo » Mon May 12, 2008 8:45 pm

He violently shook the baby and bit his face...


....has the meaning of 'devotion' been redefined then, or what? :?
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