[EXCLUSIVE] Nature of Invercargill baby injuries revealed

On Monday, a three week old baby girl was critically injured while at  home.

Until now, Police have described the injuries as “life threatening” and the act of receiving the injuries as having come from an “attack”.

She was transferred from Invercargill to Starship Hospital in Auckland on Tuesday where she is in an induced coma in a critical condition.

Her parents are under investigation by the Police, who have stated they are not looking for anyone else.

Speculation as to why the mother hasn’t flown to Auckland to be with her baby can now be put into some context as sources confirm the 3 week old baby girl suffered a slashed throat.

This is another stain on New Zealand’s despicable reputation of caring for it’s children.

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