A Plymouth father has been found guilty of the manslaughter of his baby daughter. The jury took less than two hours to return the verdict.
Medical evidence at the trial heard that some of the baby's injuries were so severe they could have been caused in a car crash, and if she had survived Roach's assault, she would have been left blind.
Benjamin Roach will be back in court tomorrow [Tuesday] to be sentenced.
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