The father of 2-year-old Amina Agboola has told ITV News of his devastation when he found out the toddler had been murdered.
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The father of a toddler who was kicked to death has told ITV News of his fury that the man who killed her was allowed access to his daughter despite warnings from social workers that he was dangerous.
Dean Harris, 20, was jailed for a minimum of 17 years after kicking his girlfriend's two-year-old daughter, Amina Agboola, out of frustration after she soiled herself.
Amina's father, Reuben Agboola, said he was "furious" to learn someone with a history of domestic violence was left alone with his child when he had been stopped from seeing his daughter after splitting with her mother.
ITV News Correspondent Juliet Bremner reports:
Dean Harris who has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 2-year-old Amina Agboola wrote a letter to her family confessing to the killing. Parts of the letter have been released by police in which he describes the moment he killed Amina and apologises to her family.
– Dean Harris
At this point I can remember saying "for ---- sake Mina", I was already in a standing position and the next thing I knew I had kicked her in the stomach. She had gone backwards and landed on her front about six feet away. I realised what I had done and went to pick her up. She was crying at this point and I could tell it had winded her because of the way she was talking. I picked her up to comfort her, I checked her stomach to see if she was OK. I held her in my arms for around three minutes until she stopped crying. When I went to put her down on the floor to further see if she was OK I noticed that she had become limp....I then panicked.
– Dean Harris
Everything else that happened after this point, the phone calls, the ambulance, is well documented. I only wish I could take all this back but I can't so I hope the family can find some closure. I would further like to add that none of this was Sarah's fault, she has lost a child, so I think she has suffered enough. I am truly sorry for what I have done. I can no longer cause further anguish by continuing to lie.
The father of murdered toddler Amina Agboola says that he's "pleased" with the sentence that's been handed down to her killer, but admits that he's still heartbroken by her death.
20-year-old Dean Harris from Peterborough was jailed for life at Cambridge Crown Court this morning.
He'll serve a minimum of 17 years.
The court heard how he kicked the little girl across the room with such force that it "split her liver completely in two."
Harris was frustrated that Amina, his girlfriend's daughter, had soiled herself.
– Rueben Agboola, Amina's father
"I am pleased with the sentence Dean Harris has received today. However the grief feels like it has no end. I think about Amina constantly. I still cry every day.
I go through the motions of living but inside I am somewhere else thinking about my daughter all the time.
No one understands the pain except those people who are experiencing it. My heart reaches out to every parent on earth who is suffering the loss of a child."
Speaking to ITV News last month, Mr Agboola said that it's been hard to accept that his daughter is no longer here.
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– Rueben Agboola, Amina's father
"I don't want to say goodbye to my daughter. I still want my daughter here with me.
I want not to say goodbye.
I want her to be seen running around, that's what I want. Not to be burying my daughter or saying goodbye to my daughter."
His Honour Lucraft QC said Amina was kicked with such ferocity that it split her liver completely in two. "...similar to the force of a road traffic accident, it must have been an extremely powerful kick.... Amina's young life was ended by this horrific act." He went into say: "I agree that you are a dangerous young man."
A man has been jailed for life for murdering a two-year-old by kicking her in the stomach after becoming frustrated at her for soiling herself.
20-year-old Dean Harris was found guilty at an earlier hearing and will serve a minimum of 17 years behind bars.
His partner's daughter, Amina Agboola, was found injured and limp at her home near Peterborough in November and died later that day in hospital.
Her mother, Sarah Raqueman, is due be sentenced after admitting cruelty to two other children.
A man is due to be sentenced for murdering a two-year-old by kicking her in the stomach after becoming frustrated at her for soiling herself.
20-year-old Dean Harris was found guilty of killing his partner's daughter Amina Agboola at her home near Peterborough in November.
She was found injured and limp at her home in Yaxley and died later that day in hospital.
Her mother, Sarah Raqueman, will also be sentenced after admitting cruelty to two other children.
A woman from Peterborough has been jailed for six years for causing death by dangerous driving, and banned from driving for eight years.
Police discovered that Marina Usaceva was using two mobile phones at the time of the crash. She was driving on the A47 near Thorney Toll in Wisbech in March last year when she hit another car.
It then went into the opposite lane and was hit by a lorry.
The car's driver, 27-year-old Sukhdeep Singh Johal, was killed.
On sentencing Miss Usaceva, the judge said that she hadn't shown a "scrap of remorse" and that people using phones while driving are a "plague on our society."
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