Social Care Bungle

In February 2008, Bethany and Harrison were taken away from their parents by social workers. The couple, from Bristol, were accused of deliberately harming Harrison, of picking him up by the legs and shaking him, when he was a newborn after doctors found eight fractures. They were arrested and bailed while the case went through the family courts. For 18 traumatic months, Paul and Amy were only allowed to see their children while under supervision.

In February 2008, Bethany and Harrison were taken away from their parents by social workers. The couple, from Bristol, were accused of deliberately harming Harrison, of picking him up by the legs and shaking him, when he was a newborn after doctors found eight fractures. They were arrested and bailed while the case went through the family courts. For 18 traumatic months, Paul and Amy were only allowed to see their children while under supervision.

In February 2008, Bethany and Harrison were taken away from their parents by social workers. The couple, from Bristol, were accused of deliberately harming Harrison, of picking him up by the legs and shaking him, when he was a newborn after doctors found eight fractures. They were arrested and bailed while the case went through the family courts. For 18 traumatic months, Paul and Amy were only allowed to see their children while under supervision.

In February 2008, Bethany and Harrison were taken away from their parents by social workers. The couple, from Bristol, were accused of deliberately harming Harrison, of picking him up by the legs and shaking him, when he was a newborn after doctors found eight fractures. They were arrested and bailed while the case went through the family courts. For 18 traumatic months, Paul and Amy were only allowed to see their children while under supervision.

In February 2008, Bethany and Harrison were taken away from their parents by social workers. The couple, from Bristol, were accused of deliberately harming Harrison, of picking him up by the legs and shaking him, when he was a newborn after doctors found eight fractures. They were arrested and bailed while the case went through the family courts. For 18 traumatic months, Paul and Amy were only allowed to see their children while under supervision.