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celeste

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Baby's grave vandalised in 'sick' attack
« on: 12:03:14, 05/06/19 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-48515625

The grave of a baby killed by his father has been repeatedly vandalised in a "sick" attack, said police.

Toys, ornaments and flowers left in memory of four-month-old Alfie Gildea at Dunham Lawn Cemetery, Altrincham have been damaged or stolen.

Alfie was shaken to death by his father Samuel Gildea who was jailed for 19 years for his manslaughter.

Greater Manchester Police condemned the vandalism describing it as "beyond comprehension".

The latest attack happened on Sunday 2 June after Alfie's mother Caitlin McMichael placed flowers on his grave.




When she returned the next day to pay her respects, the heads of the flowers had been "cut off" and had been "scattered around the grave".
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Re: Baby's grave vandalised in 'sick' attack
« Reply #1 on: 12:11:47, 05/06/19 »
Manslaughter, it was murder imo, he should be in prison for life - no parole

If the perpetrators were children there may be some excuse for their behaviour :-\

if they were of adult age then there are people with very serious issues amongst us.
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