How often do we have to say it? No sodomite should ever be allowed to adopt any child. Ever.
These creatures are mentally deranged and should be locked up, not given a baby or even a dog or cat.
Excerpt from the Daily Mail
A stay-at-home father accused of murdering his adopted baby daughter referred to her as ‘Satan dressed up in baby grow,’ a court heard.
Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, is accused of killing 18-month old Elsie after ‘assaulting and abusing’ her over several months.
The couple first adopted Elsie in September 2015 and the process was finalised nearly eight months later.
But less than two weeks later little Elsie died after suffering traumatic head injuries.
She died at University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff, after the decision was taken to switch off her ventilator when doctors decided she would not survive her traumatic head injuries.
After Elsie’s tragic death police examined electronic devices owned by Matthew Scully-Hicks – including his iPad.
The court heard on September 22, 2015 – just 12 days after having Elsie – he sent a message to a friend saying: ‘I’m going through hell with Elsie!
‘Mealtimes and bedtime are like my worst nightmare at the moment.
‘She’s been up there screaming for 10 minutes non stop. She’s just stopped but I doubt that’s the last I’ll hear tonight.’
That evening he also sent a message to husband Craig calling Elsie ‘a psycho.’
On September 29, 2016, he sent the message to Craig describing Elsie as ‘Satan dressed up in a baby grow.’
Scully Hicks, who has no previous convictions, met his husband – who is about five years older than him – while living in Swindon, Wiltshire, in about 2006.
Scully-Hicks originally came from South Wales and the couple relocated to Cardiff in 2010 or 2011.
They married in Portugal in August 2012 and applied to become adopters later that year.
Prosecutor Paul Lewis QC said: Elsie was found unresponsive by paramedics after Scully-Hicks attacked her at his home in Fairwater, Cardiff, on May 25 last year.
Mr Lewis said: ‘The injuries that caused her death were inflicted upon her by the defendant shortly before he called emergency services that day.
‘His attack upon her that day was not the first time he had employed violence towards Elsie, nor was it the first time he had caused her serious injury.
‘His actions on the late afternoon of May 25 were the tragic culmination of a course of violent conduct on his part towards a defenceless child – an infant that he should have loved and protected, but whom he instead assaulted, abused, and ultimately murdered.’
There’s more on this story at the mirror.co.uk.