She Accused Her Boyfriend Of Having An Affair And Then Did This To Their Baby Boy

She Accused Her Boyfriend Of Having An Affair And Then Did This To Their Baby Boy

34-year-old teacher Kim Clark was sentenced to 12 years in prison after doing the UNTHINKABLE to her innocent 15-week-old baby boy. All because she accused her then-boyfriend of having an affair!

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From The Daily Mail:

A former teacher told her partner she was ‘sorry for what she was about to do’ before hurling their 15-week old son head-first to the ground.

The child suffered serious head injuries including skull fractures and permanent brain damage after the attack by Kim Clark, 34.

Maidstone Crown Court in Kent heard Clark had accused partner David Hamer of having an affair moments before she threw the child onto the floor.

She was jailed for 12 years at the court, but will be detained in hospital in Maidstone under the Mental Health Act and only sent to prison if she is considered well enough before the sentence expires.

Prosecutor Christopher Tehrani QC told the court Clark, a former secondary school teacher, said the couple argued in February 2015 after Clark accused Mr Hamer of having an affair.

He told the court she then raised the boy’s legs up to her shoulders before throwing him ‘with significant force’ at their home near Ashford in Kent.

The court heard Clark then screamed the baby was dying and threatened to kill herself, before going to the kitchen and attempting to stab Mr Hamer, but only scratching him.

Mr Tehrani said she then raised a knife to her stomach but was disarmed by her former partner.

She phoned the emergency services and when the police arrived she tried to blame the child’s injuries on Mr Hamer, the court was told.

The boy was taken to William Harvey Hospital in Ashford and then transferred to London’s King’s College Hospital, where he underwent life-saving surgery.

His long-term prognosis is still unclear, but the court heard he had developed epileptic seizures and also had weakness in his left arm and leg.

According to Kent Online, Mr Justice Spencer, presiding, said: ‘He [the child] had sustained terrible injuries. They were the sort which are encountered if a child falls from an upstairs window.’

Sentencing, he added: ‘You will be detained in hospital for as long as is necessary. If and when it is no longer necessary, and if your sentence of imprisonment has not expired, you will be transferred to prison.

While this woman is clearly very mentally ill, that does NOT excuse the fact that she has messed up a child for life because of her own insecurities. In my opinion, her sentence should have been longer.

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