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Murder trial for infant death

August 08, 2013 at 10:25 AM

1 year old Terepo Taura-Griffiths died of brain injuries and fractured skull in November 2011 as a result of non-accidental injuries inflicted by his Godmother and propsective adoptive mother. Mariam Tohuia Filihia, who is charged and now in court for his murder, had told her children to lie about her maltreatment of the 1 year old boy. You can read that news item here

Terepo Taura-Griffiths died of head injuries in late 2011. Photo / Supplied

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