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Article from World Psychiatry:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2174580/

“Spouse revenge filicide is difficult to prevent, because there is usually little warning. This behavior most often occurs after learning of spousal infidelity or in the course of child custody disputes.”

Psychiatry MMC
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2922347/

Altruistic filicide:
The parent kills the child because it is perceived to be in the best interest of the child.

*Acts associated with parental suicidal ideation—The parent may believe that the world is too cruel to leave the child behind after his or her death.

*Acts meant to relieve the suffering of the child—The child has a disability, either real or imagined, that the parent finds intolerable.

Acutely psychotic filicide
The parent, responding to psychosis, kills the child with no other rational motive. This category may also include incidents that occur secondary to automatisms related to seizures or activities taking place in a post-ictal state.

Unwanted child filicide
The parent kills the child, who is regarded as a hindrance. This category also includes parents who benefit from the death of the child in some way (e.g., inheriting insurance money, marrying a partner who does not want step-children).

Accidental filicide
The parent unintentionally kills the child as a result of abuse. This category includes the rarely occurring Munchausen syndrome by proxy.

Spouse revenge filicide
The parent kills the child as a means of exacting revenge upon the spouse, perhaps secondary to infidelity or abandonment.