James dean clark was found guilty of murdering his 39-day-old son by forceful shaking. It is a crime that shocked England at the beginning of 2018 and that until now had not been resolved.
On January 14, 2018, the 31-year-old took his baby Sean and shook him so violently that it caused 74 broken ribs and two serious head injuries. The little boy was found lifeless on his cot.
He always denied itBut his attitude did not end up convincing the Bristol Crown Court, which found him guilty and should be sentenced. Clark will know how long he will be locked up behind bars on September 24.
James Dean Clark is 31 years old.
Sean’s mother, Helen jeremy, a 27-year-old girl, was acquitted. Both she and her partner had been detained after it became known about the boy’s death. The heinous crime happened in South Gloucestershire.
The superintendent James riccio, Senior Investigative Officer, said: “James Clark is responsible for the most repulsive and gruesome of crimes: the murder of a defenseless child.”
“My team has been truly shocked by the lack of remorse it has shown during this investigation and the subsequent trial, which has taken more than three and a half years to conclude,” he added.
Neighborhood where Clark lived.
Another english crime
In the last hours he was sentenced to prison Jordan lee, the Londoner who beat his four-month-old daughter to death because she wouldn’t shut up.
Lee, 29, received a conviction of 16 years in jail for having murdered the little girl Willow.
After being violently beaten and shaken, the baby arrived alive at Blackpool Victoria Hospital before being taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, where she died on 6 December.
When the police arrested Jordan, the man confessed that his daughter’s death was due to a domestic accident, precisely because she fell from the sofa. Forensics said otherwise.
London police doing their job. Photo: AFP.
The doctors assured that the injuries suffered by the girl, who arrived with large bruises on her ear, face and arm, were likely the result of grabbing, pinching, and punching or slapping.
“Neighbors heard the baby crying, a man yelling at him to be quiet and a series of blows before the house fell silent,” reported a spokesman for the Crown Prosecutor’s Office.
Lee was convicted after the jury listened to audios that proved that he was undoubtedly the culprit.
The English Ministry of the Interior confirmed, for its part, that the girl’s death occurred due to a severe blow to the head.
“She was a beautiful, happy baby who had the best smile and that smile will always fill the room in which she slept. The whole family was going to miss her so much and that there were not enough words to express that pain, “said Willow’s mother.