A father brutally shakes his son which lead to his death
The man was arrested on Wednesday in New Hampshire for murder because he allegedly shocked his newborn son in 2006, which led to the death of his 34-year-old son four years later.
Charges for the crime
According to a statement by the Attorney General of the State and the Manchester Police Department, the chief medical expert’s office determined that Cameron MacDonald’s death in January 2010 was the result of physical abuse that she suffered at the age of 34. 44-year-old Brian MacDonald was sentenced in 2007 to 15-40 years in prison for a first-degree attack for shaking a boy.
Brian MacDonald was set free on probation when he was booked on Wednesday for reckless second-degree murder in connection with the death of his son.
His children faced multiple injuries
Authorities said Brian MacDonald shook or applied force on the newborn son, causing brain injury, which ultimately proved fatal. A 2006 indictment said that due to concussion, Cameron MacDonald suffered a liver rupture and a broken rib. After shaking, MacDonald dropped his newborn, causing fractures in the baby’s skull and hip, according to the leader of the New Hampshire Union.
Prosecutor Benjamin Agati stated that Cameron MacDonald was in an “unresponsive state” from the February 2006 incident until his death four years later.
Brian McDonald remains in prison. He is due to appear in court on July 28th.