A mother and her lesbian partner not only engaged in unnatural acts with each other, but apparently had seared their consciences so bad that they engaged in abuse of the mother’s two-year-old boy to such an extent that the boy died.
Rachel Fee, 31, and Nyomi Fee, 29 were convicted of killing Liam Fee by causing severe blunt force trauma to his little body at a house in Fife, Scotland.
That was not all. These two degenerates caused Liam to endure a very short life of pain and abuse, along with his brother.
These two women engaged in such behavior as locking the boys in cages, given cold showers, tied up in a dark room where snakes and rats were kept, and forcing them to eat dog feces and their own vomit.
The Mirror reports:
The couple were convicted of all eight charges they faced, with a majority verdict returned on the murder charge after around 10 hours of deliberations by the jury.
In addition to this charge, the pair were found guilty of assaulting Liam over a period of more than two years prior to his death by jurors at the High Court in Livingston.
They were also convicted of ill-treating and neglecting the toddler January 2012 onwards by leaving him for prolonged periods of time, failing to provide him with adequate exercise and mental stimulation and – in the days leading up to his death – failing to get him proper medical attention for a broken leg and a fractured arm.
At an earlier hearing, paediatric pathologist Dr Paul French had told how Liam died after suffering a ruptured heart caused by a severe blunt force injury to his torso.
Horrific as the fatal injury was, it was far from the only injury suffered by Liam during his short life.
The pathologist found fractures to the boy’s upper arm and thigh, likely sustained in separate events in the hours and days before the child died.
The women also attempted to blame Liam’s death on another young boy.
Jurors cried as video showed Liam’s body was presented in court. His body dressed in cartoon character pajamas with a duvet covering him up to his neck.
The report says that neither of the women showed any remorse for their crimes when they were convicted.
Biblical justice would require that both these women pay with their lives. Jesus was clear about harming little ones.
But whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea. –Matthew 18:6
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