Mother who sat and WATCHED while her two-year-old daughter was beaten, tortured and killed by her despicable friend, was able to RUN FREE from prison
- Mother who saw her daughter tortured, beaten and killed could walk freely
- Donna Deaves was sentenced for manslaughter and sentenced to nine years in prison
- The court heard how she allowed her boyfriend to torture and eventually kill the daughter
- Deaves are eligible for conditional release at the end of 2020
A mother who sat and watched her boyfriend beat, tortured and eventually murder her two-year-old daughter, was able to get out of prison in 2020.
The two-year-old Tanilla Warrick-Deaves was beaten to death in 2011 by Warren James Ross, on the Central Coast of New South Wales, after he became frustrated that the little girl had not attended potty training.
Before her death, Family and Community Services received 30 reports of concerns about Tanilla's safety.
The two-year-old Tanilla Warrick-Deaves was beaten to death by Warren James Ross, 30, on the Central Coast of New South Wales in 2011 after he became frustrated that the little girl had not been trained to use the toilet
Tanilla & # 39; s mother, Donna Deaves (photo) who saw her boyfriend beaten, tortured and eventually murdered her two-year-old daughter, was released from prison in 2020
Since then, they have admitted that the department has misread the deadly situation Tanilla was in.
During his trial, the court heard the girl's mother, Donna Deaves, sit and watch her daughter beaten and tortured by her boyfriend.
Tanilla & # 39; s stepmother Brooke Bowen told An ongoing case Deaves did not deserve to be released from prison for what she had done.
& # 39; Tanilla was made to run around the living room … she was beaten. Her mother sat there and saw her blowing her last breath. She doesn't deserve to get out. Tanilla never comes home, why would she come home? & # 39; she said.
The violence escalated with Ross, who repeatedly hit the toddler and her head pounded on a glass shower screen and a cupboard door.
The abuse was so severe that she lay unconscious in a pram for two days until she finally stopped breathing.
Deaves was eventually sentenced to nine years in prison for Tanilla's manslaughter, while Ross was sentenced to 40 years for murder.
Miss Bowen said that Deaves was sitting and watching her daughter breathe her last breath and if she had the chance, she would tell the conditional board that she should consider that.
Deaves was eventually sentenced to nine years in prison for Tanilla's manslaughter, while Ross (photo) was sentenced to 40 years for murder
The beatings to which Tanilla was subjected were so severe that she lay unconscious in a pram for two days until she finally stopped breathing
She said that if she had the chance, she would tell the conditional authority to consider the last days of Tanilla & # 39; s life and what she went through before making a decision.
"She was so small and full of life. What she would have experienced in the last few days of her life hoping that her mother would save her or that someone would come and save her, but they didn't, & she said.
In a new twist on the horrible story, Ross has now been accused of attacking two other young girls, known to Tanilla, in the run-up to her death.
Mrs. Bowen ha snow started a petition calling for Deaves to be kept behind bars and saying that if the new allegations against Ross were true, the system failed three little girls.
Psychologist Ian Wallace told the program that it was time for children to be taken more seriously when it came to reports of abuse and similar claims.
& # 39; They often believe that this is exactly what happens to children and that means they are much less likely to report this, & # 39; he said.
If Deaves is successful in its bid for conditional release, it will run around freely before the end of 2020.
Tanilla & # 39; s stepmother Brooke Bowen (photo) said that Deaves did not deserve to come home because Tanilla will never come home after a horrible ending
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