Killer smiles and laughs as he’s convicted of the manslaughter of four-year-old who died covered in 76 bruises

A brutal killer smiles and laughs as he leaves court after being convicted of the manslaughter of a four-year-old boy.

Little Tyrell Cobb was found unconscious and later died in hospital with bruises on his head and arms.

The youngster had been vomiting green slime and was covered in 76 bruises.

His stepfather, Matthew Scown, has now been convicted of his manslaughter.

This chilling footage shows the moment the 34-year-old leaves court after avoiding a jail sentence when he admitted the manslaughter of little Tyrell.

He received a suspended sentenced after he had spent two years and eight months in jail.

Justice Martin Burns told the court Scown was criminally negligent in relation to Tyrell’s death because he did not get medical treatment for the child.

Scown did not cause little Tyrell’s injuries but failed to alert medical professionals, even though the youngster was vomiting green slime the night before his death.

Justice Burns said: The horror of all of this is that the injuries Tyrell sustained were treatable and that he would have survived if he received treatment when he first became symptomatic.

Mr Scown, I do not know how someone can hope to come to grips with what you failed to do, but I do know that you will require help in an attempt to do so.

When paramedics were called to treat Tyrell, Scown had performed CPR on the boy .

He told an emergency services operator looks like he’s going to die on me .

The judge said it was clear Scown was very worried about the little boy .

Tyrell’s mum, Heidi Strbak, has also been charged with murder.

The court previously heard that neighbours could hear Strbak screaming, yelling and swearing at her son at their home in Queensland, Australia.

News Source MirrorNews

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