Published Wednesday, 03 October 2012
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Dungannon Crown Court was told on Wednesday that, for whatever reason, Rachael Martin turned a blind eye to the sexual and physical abuse meted out to 15-month-old baby Millie by her 33-year-old former partner Barry Michael McCarney.
The claims were made by prosecuting QC Ciaran Murphy as both the mother and her former partner went on trial facing charges linked to baby Millie's death on December 11 2009, after she was rushed to hospital from her Glebe Park home in Enniskillen the previous evening.
The jury of nine men and three women were told that McCarney, who denies murder, is also accused of sexually abusing the baby girl between 8 and 11 December 2009.
He is further charged with unlawfully and maliciously causing the child grievous bodily harm between November and December 2009, and her death by an unlawful act on 11 December of that same year.
Millie's mother, aged 27, is accused of failing to protect her daughter from the unlawful act that caused her death, and wilfully neglecting her in a manner likely to cause her unnecessary suffering, between September 1 2009 and December 12 2009.
Mr Murphy claimed that the brain and other injuries which led to Millie's death, according to the medical evidence, must have been caused a short time before her lifeless and limp body was rushed to hospital by McCarney - while Martin was said to be out buying him a KitKat.
The trial, which is expected to last up to eight weeks, continues.