Chilling audio has been released by detectives involved in the investigation into a flat fire in Derbyshire which claimed the lives of two teenagers and a baby.
Police say the men convicted of the murder of Amy Smith, Ruby-Grace Gaunt and Edward Green, showed no remorse throughout the investigation and subsequent trial.
The mother of a teenage girl murdered in a flat fire in Derbyshire has praised authorities for the investigation which led to the successful conviction of the men responsible for her death.
Speaking outside of Nottingham Crown Court, Melanie Hawkins said she was pleased justice has been served.
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There were emotional scenes in court as the bereaved of families two teenagers killed in a flat fire in Derbyshire produced powerful victim impact statements depicting their loss.
The prosecutor James Howse QC struggled to hold back tears as he read an impact statement from Edward Green's family.
Amanda Green, Edward Green's mother, spoke of the impact her son's death had had on her other children, particularly her six-year-old daughter.
Her partner Wayne Green told the court about the note his daughter had written Santa Claus at Christmas, begging him to bring her brother back.
Mr Green said that a part of him died the night his son's life was taken.
A court heard how the families of both teenagers are attending weekly bereavement sessions as they try to come to term with their loss.
The father and two sons convicted of their murder are due to be sentenced tomorrow.
These are the first pictures released of a father and two sons found guilty of murdering two teenagers and a six-month old baby at a flat fire in Derbyshire.
Peter Eyre, 44, and his sons Anthony Eyre, 22, and Simon Eyre, 24, were found guilty at Nottingham Crown Court following a month-long trial.
Six-month-old Ruby-Grace Gaunt, her mother Amy Smith and her friend Edward Green, both 17, died in the blaze in North Street, Langley Mill, in June.
All three were accused of starting the fire as an act of revenge.
The court heard that the fire was started at the door of the building after the Eyres got into an argument with Mr Gaunt about his stolen moped, which he alleged had been taken by another one of Peter Eyre’s sons.
In 2008 Simon Eyre was convicted of arson for a fire involving a school minibus, ITV News Central can reveal.
All three men are expected to be sentenced tomorrow.