Dad JAMES ANDREW LAROSE was babysitting while the mother of their 6-month-old son was out bowling (probably her first girls night out in ages). Well, Daddy just couldn't handle it when the baby defecated on him during a diaper change, so he beat the child to death. Daddy has pleaded guilty to manslaughter, and gets a whopping 5.5 years in prison for beating this child, then leaving him to die in his crib over several hours with a painful ruptured intestine. Disgusting....but typical Canadian coddling of a daddy child abuser/killer.
Sask. father jailed for killing 6-month-old sonBy MURRAY CRAWFORD, QMI AGENCY
Posted 11 hours ago
LLOYDMINSTER, Sask. -- A Lloydminster man was sentenced to 5.5 years for beating his six-month-old son to death because the infant defecated on him while changing his diaper.
Initially charged with second-degree murder, James Andrew Larose, 25, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on Nov. 19, 2010.
Court heard Tuesday that Larose had punched his son repeatedly, apparently outraged that the child, Camden Bounting, had defecated on him while changing his diaper.
Larose appeared before the Court of Queen's Bench in Battleford, Sask. Tuesday.
Larose was home alone with the child after Camden's mother, Amy Bounting, went bowling.
When Bounting returned, she and Larose retired, and the baby was already in bed.
The next morning when Bounting went into the baby's room, she realized her son was dead and called 911.
A coroner's investigation was conducted, during which Larose denied anything unusual had happened.
An autopsy concluded Camden died from blunt force trauma to the abdomen, causing the baby's small intestine to rupture.
Larose was arrested on March 24, 2009, and gave a full confession.
Court heard that the night Larose was alone with the baby he had been drinking.
He had to change the baby's diaper and while doing so Camden defecated again, soiling Larose.
Larose became angry and punched Camden several times. He told the court he didn't know how many times he hit his son, but believed it was about five times.
When he put Camden back in the bed, he was still alive -- according to the pathologist it would have taken hours for the baby to die.
The crown asked for eight to 10 years, but the judge came back with a 5 1/2 year sentence, minus one month for remand time.
Larose was not given double credit for his pre-conviction jail time.
Lloydminster is on the border of Alberta and Saskatchewan.