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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Okla. man used 'power bomb' move on boy, 4, police say

In Bartlesville, Okla., a man is accused of using a professional wrestling move on a 4-year-old boy as a way to "discipline" the child, the Tulsa World reports. The boy was injured badly enough to require a hospital stay. Snip:

Police said Laird eventually told them that he disciplined the boy by using a "power bomb" move from professional wrestling, in which he raised the boy over his head and slammed him onto a bed.

Laird also said he slammed the boy repeatedly into a door frame and became angry because the child had become injured, the affidavit states.


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