Bradford Crown Court heard how alcoholic Hutton was living in "breathtakingly
awful" conditions with five of her young children as well as Hamzah's mummified
remains when shocked police entered the four-bedroom house in September 2011.
A jury found she had allowed Hamzah to starve to death in December 2009 and
left his body in a cot with a teddy.
The remains were only discovered due to a rookie police community support
officer's tenacious pursuit of a minor anti-social behaviour complaint because
she knew something was wrong.
The family was known to all the main agencies yet Hutton had a history of
failing to co-operate with services that could have helped her.