A report by the British newspaper “Daily Mail” yesterday, Wednesday, mentioned the details of the death of the baby, “Holly Row”, as revealed during the trial sessions of her father, “Michael Rowe” before a court in East Sussex, England, where he explained that she suffered fatal head injuries and multiple fractures in Ribs during her short life.
The 32-year-old father is currently accused of shaking his baby “Holly” on more than one occasion, which led to her death in September 2018, as a result of injuries sustained as a direct result of her father’s violence, and the mother, Tiffany Tate, 22 She is also accused of allowing the death of her child at the hands of father, Michael Rowe.
The mother said during the police investigation that she thought her child was in good health a few hours before her death, but the father woke her up in the early hours of the morning on the day of her death to tell her that “Holly” was cold and not breathing, while the representative of the Prosecutor confirmed during the trial that the mother had ignored The repeated abuse and abuse of her baby.
Tiffany Tate admitted that she had difficulty bonding with the baby, even after they left the hospital, and was always terrified and frustrated when she cried, while Michael Rowe took charge of feeding and caring for the baby at night because she did not have the patience to perform this task.
During the court sessions, it became clear that the father had fed the child after smoking hashish on the night of her death, and an ambulance team arrived at the family’s residence after the parents noticed her suffering from breathing problems, and the prosecutor stated that he, in turn, had no patience to deal with the child and lost his nerves while feeding her.
Medics tried to resuscitate her before taking her to a hospital where her death was announced, and post-mortem examinations confirmed the presence of multiple signs of injury on her body, and it became clear that she had suffered head injuries on three different occasions before her death.
The parents denied the charges against them of killing and allowing the infant to be killed, and their trial continues.