|Posted by Charlee's Angels on June 20, 2015 at 5:50 AM|
Why are people so scetchy about talking about Shaken Baby Syndrome, it should not be a taboo subject because it happens more often than we think, there are over 200 cases in the UK alone every year. But not all cases make the courts. It's a shocking revelation that unless the victim dies, it's harder to prove that SBS occured because an autopsy can not be performed. Defence teams will pull out all the stops and loop holes to set a guilty party free, I can't understand, do these defence lawyers have children? If so how do they sleep?