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Baby Cooper ‘unlawfully killed by dad’

By Natasha Swift 16th August 2017

Baby Cooper ‘unlawfully killed by dad’
Baby Cooper

A FOUR-week-old baby from St Blazey who died from “catastrophic” injuries usually seen in a “high speed car crash” was unlawfully killed by his dad, a coroner has ruled. Cooper Eddie Johnson-Hicks was taken to hospital after sustaining serious head injuries at his home in Polgrean Place on June 26 last year. He di...

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