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Ah'Kiell Walker baby death: Parents deny killing son

Alistair Walker and Hannah Henry
Image caption Alistair Walker and Hannah Henry deny all the charges

A mother and father have denied killing their three-month-old son.

Ah'Kiell Walker died on 31 July after he was taken to Bristol Children's Hospital from his home, in Archdeacon Street, Gloucester.

At Bristol Crown Court Hannah Henry, 20, of Archdeacon Street, and Alistair Walker, 26, now of Sheldon Court, Stockwell, London, denied manslaughter, child cruelty and neglect.

Both are due to face a trial, set to start on 13 June.

They both face charges of manslaughter, causing or allowing the death of a child on 30 July 2016, performing cruelty to a person under the age of 16 between 3 and 30 April 2016 in that they assaulted, neglected or otherwise harmed Ah'Kiell Walker.

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