The parents of a 12-year-old boy found hanged in his bedroom have released pictures of their son in hospital.
They say they want to show school bullies who tormented him - "Look what you did."
Dylan Stewart was found unconscious with a ligature wrapped around his neck on April 22 this year by his mother Amanda who dialled 999.
Emergency crews rushed to the family home in Telford, Shropshire, and took Dylan to Birmingham Children’s Hospital but he died eight days later on April 30.
Yesterday, his devastated parents claimed Dylan had been persistently picked-on at Lakeside Academy School in Shropshire after he started at there in January this year.
Amanda, 39, said he was bullied for originally being from Stoke-on-Trent, and because he was a new pupil.
But teachers at Lakeside Academy in Stirchley told the hearing there was no allegation he was being bullied.
An inquest heard he died just weeks after he was attacked at a bus stop by seven students from his school.
Now, in a message to the bullies who "made his life hell" Amanda has released images of Dylan unconscious in his hospital bed in the days after she found him hanged.
Shropshire Coroner John Ellery last week recorded a narrative verdict that he hanged himself, but whether or not he intended to kill himself was unclear.