THIS child’s drawing shows what appeared to be blood streaking on the wall was the heart of a court in which a five-year-old girl was tortured to death by her parents.
The shuddering sketch showed an adult standing in a house with red stains on the ceiling, as well as red stains running down the wall and red puddles on the floor.
It was painted in a child victim’s kindergarten before a court tried the abused girl including throwing air so that her head hit the ceiling, leaving injuries discovered by doctors when she was hospitalized. the last time before she died. .
The drawing is just one of the evidence given over a month of heartbreaking testimonies from family members, teachers and doctors about the mistreatment the little girl suffered in her own home. Hong Kong.
Finally, when she died, doctors discovered that she had more than 130 wounds on her tiny body, some new and some old, including the one from being thrown. ceiling, and she endured torture for many years. was physically impaired and unable to fight bacterial infections.
Father Chen Haiping, 29 and stepmother Huang Xiaotong, 30, were found guilty of killing 5-year-old Chen Ruilin this week after a month-long trial.
The court tried the defendants repeatedly beating and starving her in other ways, as well as throwing it back up to the ceiling before her death in January 2018.
The incident caused a stir in Hong Kong after the girl was taken to the hospital and found to have a lot of wounds, including many from using sticks or scissors.
The girl died in hospital shortly after arriving and an autopsy revealed she died of a bacterial infection that her immune system was unable to handle due to physical abuse for many years.
Prosecutors said victims were routinely beaten and starved, and an investigation was promised by social workers at the time to see what lessons could be learned and what could be done to help. previous support.
The victim’s brother, 8 years old, was also allegedly abused and is currently being cared for by his grandmother.
The child’s other grandmother, 56, who lives with the family, was also found guilty of two counts of child abuse.
Three family members face a sentence on April 20. The maximum sentence they face is life imprisonment, Hong Kong abolished the death penalty in 1993, unlike in Greater China. Luc, where the killers are in some cases still sentenced to death.
The incident raised questions as to how the little girl’s abuse escaped its identity for a long time, and the anti-child abuse NGO has revealed that since then, There have been many improvements in the way governments and official agencies deal with such issues, including a ban on corporal punishment and a system that guarantees mandatory reporting of suspected child abuse.
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