Published Monday, 15 October 2012
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Her 27-year-old mother Rachael Martin, from Main Street, Kesh, wept openly in the dock as the footage she recorded was shown.
Martin denies wilfully neglecting and allowing the death of the 15-month-old toddler, while her 33-year-old former partner Barry Michael McCarney, of Woodview Crescent, Trillick, denies the murder and sexually and physically abusing Millie.
Behind Martin in the public galley, her clearly distressed mother Margaret Graham also fought back tears.
Others in the public gallery simply could not bring themselves to watch, and sat with their head bowed, as Baby Millie danced to the ring tone of A Galway Girl being played on her granny's mobile phone.
The footage of the carefree infant dancing and swaying away in front of her step grandfather Noel Graham was in severe contrast with the one already shown to the jury.
The video was captured on the security CCTV system of the Erne Hospital the moment she arrived at the Co Fermanagh A&E.
In the short clip, no more than 10 seconds in duration, a barefoot Barry McCartney could be seen rushing in with baby Millie in his arms.
Her face was captured in the final frame with her mouth apparently gaping open.
A consultant who examined the infant a short time afterwards, said that he believed baby Millie was already brain-stem dead as hospital staff fought to save her young life.
Earlier Mr Graham described his stepdaughter Rachael Martin as being "an exceptionally good mum", and she gave him "absolutely none" concern regarding her parenting skills.
He also told Martin's defence QC John McCrudden that: "Rachael impressed me as a very good mother at all times".