Evil murderer jailed for life for kicking a toddler so hard for soiling herself that her liver tore into two.
Do you think a toddler should be punished for peeing in their bed or pooping their pants? A man who murdered his girlfriend’s two-year-old daughter after becoming frustrated because she had soiled herself has been jailed for life.
Dean Harris, 20, kicked Amina Agboola so hard that she was thrown six feet across the room of her home in Yaxley, near Peterborough. Paramedics found her lying “like a rag doll”, with her liver torn in two by the force of Harris’ blow. He was told today that he must serve a minimum of 17 years in prison.
During his trial, jurors at Cambridge Crown Court heard Harris had been in a relationship with Amina’s mother for just five months when he was left alone with the toddler in November last year – despite warnings from social workers that he was dangerous because of a history of domestic violence.
Speaking after today’s sentencing, Amina’s father, Reuben Agboola, said: “I am pleased with the sentence Dean Harris has received today. However the grief feels like it has no end.”
The trial heard Amina was found to have had a number of other injuries, including an untreated broken wrist. Detective Inspector Alan Page said: “This was a horrendous case. There can be no justification for using violence against any child and Harris will have to deal with the consequences of his actions for the rest of his life.”
I don’t know how many times I have to say this; WOMEN STOP STOP STOP entrusting your children to men who are not related to those children. Seriously, just stop. Men by nature have no emotional connection to children if not their own. I cannot think of any other species of creature where a mother would hand over their young to a hawk or fox unknowingly for an hour just to get a pedicure.
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