Published Wednesday, 17 October 2012
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Margaret Graham was giving evidence at the Dungannon Crown Court trial of her 27-year-old daughter Rachael and her 33-year-old former lover Barry Michael McCarney.
Martin, of Main Street, Kesh, is accused of wilfullly neglecting and allowing the death of her 15-month-old daughter Millie, while McCarney, of Woodview Crescent, Trillick, denies murdering and sexually and physically abusing her.
An A&E doctor at the Erne Hospital later claimed Martin "seemed open and helpful throughout" concerning Baby Millie and had "absolutely no objection" to any treatment suggested for the youngster.
However when Mrs Graham voiced her support for her daughter, prosecution QC Ciaran Murphy said, she should confine her answers to the evidence and refrain from commenting.
She told the court she had seen a number of bruises on Millie, but said she wasn't concerned because toddlers particularly one as "clumsy" as Millie regularly get bruises.
Later the grandmother agreed with McCarney's defence QC Elis McDermott, she told police that when she saw a bump on Baby Millie's head two weeks before her death.
Rachael Martin told her that Barry McCarney said she must have hit her head on her cot, the court heard.
When asked by the defence QC, Mrs Graham agreed she had told police she thought the youngster may have fallen downstairs and that her daughter had hidden the fact in case she got "cross" and not because she was keeping things from her.
But Mrs Graham said that while her daughter would have confessed to her "eventually", she would not have told her initially, as she would given off to her daughter by telling her "why did you let that happen".
The trial continues.