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Psychologist jailed for life after bludgeoning his mother to death

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Psychologist jailed for life after bludgeoning his mother to death

Psychologist jailed for life after bludgeoning his mother to death

A sports psychologist who bludgeoned his mother to death to fund his “shamlifestyle” has been jailed for life.

Robert Child, 37, inflicted a “mercilessattack” on his 64-year-old mother Janice as he struck her 31 blows with ahammer as she cowered in the utility room of her home in Woolton, Liverpool,on March 5.


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