Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Police release harrowing recordings hours before death

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Police have released harrowing recordings that illustrate the campaign of abuse Arthur Labinjo-Hughes suffered before dying.

In the home surveillance footage, the weakened boy can be seen struggling to get up off the living room floor where he was forced to sleep.

In a separate audio recording, Arthur can be heard crying “no one loves me” and “no one’s going to feed me”.

Emma Tustin, 32, was convicted on Thursday of murdering the defenceless boy and her partner and Arthur’s father, 29-year-old Thomas Hughes, was found guilty of manslaughter, after his son suffered an “unsurvivable brain injury” on June 16, 2020.

Read the full story here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/12/02/bruise-every-day-lockdown-little-arthur-tortured-evil-stepmother/

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