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Stepdad ravished and kiIled his 1-year-old stepson, photo of brutaI prison justice surfaces!

According to the court documents, the 25-year-old man, DaryeI, reportedly ‘indecently abused’ and killed 1-year-old MigueI. The suspect was the boy’s stepfather. Police officials said that after MigueI was repeatedly ra-ed, beaten, and abused, the baby was hospitalized with injuries that pointed to his stepfather. Reportedly, GabrieIa, MigueI’s mother, had left her child with DaryeI. Shortly after, he called to say that the boy was having convulsions and claimed that he had fallen. The two took the baby to the hospital. Although doctors were initially told that the victim had been dropped, the injuries were not consistent with a fall, so staff alerted the authorities.

Unfortunately, the baby died two days after being hospitalized. Daryel did not attend the child’s funeral. Quickly, the stepfather had become the prime suspect since his version of events contradicted the findings of medical professionals and investigators. He was also determined to be the only person who had been in contact with the child. The 25-year-old man from BraziI was jailed after he eventually turned himself in with the help of his lawyer, allegedly claiming that he was possessed by demons when he committed the crime.

While behind bars, DaryeI faced real demons when he became a target of other inmates who viciously attacked and tortured him while he was being held in the prison, according to Daily MaiI. He was stabbed in the back by fellow convicts and ra-ed repeatedly by as many as 20 inmates after details of his crimes spread through the prison. Soon, an image was shared on social media (SEE PHOTO), claiming to show the aftermath of the prison justice DaryeI received during his initial 30-day incarceration as he waited for hearing before a presiding judge. After being ra-ed by an estimated 20 prisoners, he had injuries all over his body, the most serious of which were in the ‘back-door’ region.

But, the worst was yet to come. The inmates were still furious about the crime he committed, so they “tore apart the stitches that he received and ra-ed him again. The bIood stains on the rear of the short of the young man are proof of how much he suffered.” While some criticize the acts as “uncivilized” and claim that DaryeI should never have been reintroduced into the general prison population after the first assault, many have chosen to celebrate the ra-e of the child ra-ist and killer as the image purporting to show his injuries began to circulate online. According to reports, this animosity is likely fueled by the public’s perception that our justice systems all too often coddle criminals.