The father of murdered schoolboy Luke Batty threatened him with a knife a year before he stabbed the 11-year-old to death, a coroner's inquest has heard.
Luke died at the Tyabb cricket ground after his father, Greg Anderson, hit him with a cricket bat and stabbed him as he lay on the ground.
At the time Anderson killed Luke, police had four arrest warrants in his name and several intervention orders, including one to protect Luke and his mother Rosemary.
But Ms Batty was not told about the arrest warrants, an intervention order taken out against Anderson by a housemate, or child pornography charges laid against Luke's father.
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