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7:22am 3rd May 2012

A Bodmin man accused of the murder of a 10 month old baby is due in court.

Shane Hawkin has been charged after the tot was rushed to hospital with serious injuries in December 2010.

Doctors could not save him.

The 24 year old is due before magistrates this morning.

7:22am 3rd May 2012

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