In the UK, 16-month-old Nusayba Umar died in September 2019 from shaken baby syndrome. His mother’s companion, whom he met on a dating site, was convicted.
A story that will not improve the reputation of dating sites. In August 2019, Asia Amazir, a young mother from Newham, UK, met Kamran Haider, a 39-year-old dog breeder, on a dating site. At first, Asia thought she had found love. She had no idea what would come next. On September 13, just weeks after they met, Asiya left her 16-month-old daughter, Nusayba Umar, in the care of her partner. But when she was looking after the dogs near the house, she heard her daughter crying and Halder screaming at her: “Shut up, Nusayba!“
A victim of shaken baby syndrome, the little girl suffered permanent brain damage and died 4 days later. Kamran Haider was tried for the murder of Kamran Haider on Monday, March 28, at the Old Bailey Courthouse, the central court of the British crown. The mother of a little girl, called to the podium, shared all her grief and pain, saying:will never forget the events leading up to his death.” “Nusayba experienced something terrible at the hands of this man near the end of his life.she said. I vividly remember how she suffered, and the noise she made on the last day of her life will haunt me forever.
“I will never see her growshe continued, devastated, hear her for the first time, see her first day of school, her first lost tooth, her first anger, and all the wonderful milestones a mother discovers in her child’s life.”
“Haider is a cruel and manipulative person, prone to aggression and violence”
Chief Inspector Larry Smith, who led the investigation into the murder of little Nusayba, pointed out that in the absence of a witness, “What happened on September 13 has never been fully established”. Nevertheless, he widely condemned the accused, believing that his guilt “without any doubts“. “Haider is a cruel and manipulative person, prone to aggression and violence.he said at the booth. Nusayba suffered the consequences of this violence on the day she came under Haider’s surveillance and was attacked which cost her her life. (…) Nusayba’s mother and her family will mourn for many, many years. We will continue to support her as much as possible. I want to thank my officers who worked very hard to ensure that Hyder was convicted. I hope he spends a long time behind bars now, where he belongs.”
Kamran Haider, who refused to appear at the hearing, was convicted of the murder of little Nusayba Umar. His verdict has not been released.
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