Jason Owen: Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching parole

Man who let Baby P die is sent back in jail after breaching paroleJason Owen, 41 back in prison after breaching conditions of bail Jailed in 2009 for his part in toddler's death, but served just half 6 year termBaby P found dead in his bloodied cot in August 2007 after horrific abuse His mother, Tracey Connelly and her boyfriend Steven Barker also jailed By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 08:24 GMT, 12 April 2013 | UPDATED: 15:01 GMT, 12 April 2013 Jason Owen, one of a trio jailed over Baby P's death, who is said to be back in prison after breaching his parole A man who was jailed for his part in Baby P's death is back in prison after breaching the conditions of his bail. Jason Owen, 41, was jailed in 2009 for his part in the toddler's death, alongside the child's mother, Tracey Connelly, her boyfriend Steven Barker – and Owen's brother. But he served just half of his six year sentence and was given parole in 2011.

"I"m on benefits and unemployable": Shamed Baby P boss Sharon Shoesmith says nobody will now take risk of employing her

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