Man found guilty of murdering two-year-old in Dorset

Joseph Eke has been found guilty of murdering two-year-old Harry House in a "loss of temper" at their family home in Dorset last May. The 22 year old inflicted the fatal injuries when he was left alone with Harry at their home in Broadmayne, while the toddler's mother was at the shops, on 26th May last year.

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He punched or kicked a two-year-old-boy in the stomach when he lost his temper.

22-year-old Joseph Eke has been jailed for the murder of Dorset toddler Harry House.

Eke was left alone with Harry for only a few minutes when the boy's mother popped to the shops in May last year.

The trial heard Harry was attacked in such a violent way he suffered severe internal injuries and a fractured skull.

From Winchester Crown Court, Kerry Swain reports.

Kerry spoke to Det Chief Insp Sarah Derbyshire, Dorset Police.

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