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Man who admitted killing son pleads guilty to new charges

  • Tue, 13 Feb 2018 18:43

A Canberra man who admitted to killing his nine-year-old son, Bradyn Dillon, pleads guilty to new charges against a woman — including slamming her head on a wall, striking her with a knife and threatening to slit her throat.

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