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Australia Judge sheds tears in jailing man who fatally shook girlfriend's baby

03:25  14 october  2019
03:25  14 october  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

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A Supreme Court judge has shed tears in jailing a young man who killed his girlfriend's baby son by shaking the infant when he was supposed to be caring for him.

Jesse Vinaccia, 26, was on Monday jailed for eight years and six months over the death of Kaleb Baylis-Clarke, who was almost four months old when he died in January 2016.

Justice Michael Croucher on Monday paused and struggled to read his sentencing remarks when he recounted the grief of Kaleb's father, Shannon Spackman, who had previously told the court his world sank when his son died.

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Justice Croucher wiped away tears before resuming reading his sentencing remarks.

Vinaccia was in June found guilty of child homicide after his trial heard he violently shook Kaleb at a Cranbourne West home while the baby's mother, Erin, was at work.

Vinaccia admitted to police that on the night of January 23, 2016, he was "pretty rough" with Kaleb when he lifted him off his mat and carried him to his cot, after a Facebook conversation he had with the baby's father.

Kaleb died in hospital a week later when his life support was switched off. He died from head injuries that medical experts said were consistent with him being shaken.

Vinaccia must serve at least five years and six months before he is eligible for parole. He has already served 284 days in custody.

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