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He is accused of murdering his estranged wife and her boyfriend, the mother of his child, but was asked to give his opinion on where his 13-year-old daughter should live in the aftermath of the tragedy.

The father killed his estranged wife and her boyfriend a few days before the hearing, Orlando police told Manhattan Domestice Violence Law Firms. When the shooting occurred, the girl was in the shower.

The 13-year-old attended the hearing, but never went into the courtroom but Department of Children and Families representatives described her as “very strong” and “articulate”.

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The death of a six-month-old baby girl is described by police as “very violent.” The Ngaruawahia infant died from a traumatic brain injury (TBI), and probably at the hands of another.

The child was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit (PICU) after suffering what police are calling “non-accidental injuries.” She died at Starship Hospital last Thursday after her life support was turned off.

A New York Criminal Attorney contacted a Senior Detective working the case who said the post mortem report showed that the injuries the child received were gruesome. “I would stress at this stage that the post mortem results are only provisional, but they give us some idea as to what sort of injuries she suffered during what was obviously a very violent death.”

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Mikey Graham, of Boyzone fame, confronted a man being a nuisance at his home, and allegedly hit him so hard that other man was left with swelling in the brain.

The 22-year-old victim was “extremely lucky” doctors told him. Worse injuries could have easily been sustained in the incident that left him with “very intense” trauma.

Graham, according to his closest friends, said he was going to be leaving his home in Spain to return to Ireland to see what was needed from him in conjunction with the fallout from the altercation that took place at Graham’s €1m mansion ‘Avalon,’ located at Courtlough, Balrothery, north Co Dublin. Even though this happened at the singer’s home it is not considered domestic violence.