A man who killed his ex-partner and her seven-month-old son has been described as being "clearly evil and dangerous beyond measure".
Wesley Williams used a ligature to carry out the "chilling, casual and calculated" killings of Yvonne and Harrison Walsh, who were found dead in their beds in June.
Jailing Williams for a minimum of 29 years at Birmingham Crown Court, Mr Justice MacDuff described the 29-year-old cannabis user as being "clearly evil and dangerous beyond measure".
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