The disgraced ice addict who hit his 22-month-old stepson within an inch of his life received a taste of his own medicine in a prison attack.
William Andrew O'Sullivan was sentenced to nine years in prison for the death of Mason Jet Lee in the Supreme Court of Queensland, last week.
O & # 39; Sullivan's lawyer told the court that he was the victim of aggressive threats while in jail awaiting the outcome of his trial.
The ice addict, William Andrew O'Sullivan (pictured), who hit his 22-month-old stepson within an inch of his life, has tested his own medicine in a prison attack
The self-styled "drug addict" (pictured) was beaten by two inmates in a cruel attack where his head was stamped on and kicked. He spent 13 days in the hospital for a fractured skull.
O & # 39; Sullivan was sentenced to nine years in prison for the death in 2016 of Mason Jet Lee (pictured) in the Supreme Court of Brisbane, last week
The self-styled & # 39; drug addict & # 39; He was beaten by two inmates in a cruel attack where he was kicked and kicked.
He suffered a severely fractured skull and spent 13 days in the hospital recovering.
O & # 39; Sullivan could not attend the dying child in his last days, but yelled at him to "shut up" when he cried and hit and kicked, The Courier Mail reported.
Mason was found with extensive injuries at O & # 39; Sullivan's home in Caboolture, north of Brisbane, in June 2016.
The young man was beaten so severely that he suffered anal injuries, broken leg and ruptured bowel, spending the last days vomiting, feverish and dehydrated.
Mason, who was subjected to negligence and abuse in his short life, spent his last hours with blue lips, wrapped in a towel and grunting.
In addition to the injuries, traces of methamphetamine were found in his blood.
In the months prior to his death, Mason was treated for multiple injuries and was admitted to the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital for three weeks in February 2016, a court was previously informed.
O & # 39; Sullivan (pictured) frequently wiped her tears during her appearance at the court last week
O & # 39; Sullivan could not help the dying child (pictured) in his last days, but yelled at him to "shut up" when he cried and hit him and kicked him.
O & # 39; Sullivan tried to blame the paramedics for the death of Mason by responding slowly, despite arriving at the property six minutes after being called by a friend.
He also claimed that his 12-year-old "serial killer" daughter could have hit the boy.
O & # 39; Sullivan frequently wiped his tears during his appearance at court and took several deep breaths.
O & # 39; Sullivan pleaded guilty to four separate charges before the Queensland Supreme Court, including murder and cruelty against a 16-year-old minor.
He was sentenced to nine years in prison and will be entitled to parole in less than four years.
The ruling has been criticized by defenders of child protection for being inadequate and too lenient.
There are calls for the Attorney General to review the sentence.
Mason was beaten so severely that he suffered anal injuries, broken leg and ruptured bowel, spending the last days vomiting, feverish and dehydrated
INJURIES AND EXTENSIVE DISEASES OF MASON JET LEE
Cellulitis – probably caused by an insect bite that became infected
Prolapse of the anus – probably due to internal pressure of the abdominal passage or large, hard stools
Jacquet's dermatitis – rare form of diaper rash
Broken leg – He made Mason limp, probably caused by a children's game
Ulcers in the mouth
Perforated duodenum (a segment of the small intestine) – caused death after vomiting, abdominal pain, fever. The people who saw him described him as pale, with bad looks and dark eyes looking blankly
Peritonitis – inflammation of the membrane lining the abdominal wall
Septicemia – allowed fecal matter to fatally contaminate your bloodstream
Fractured coccyx – Found at the autopsy. The persecution he speculated was caused by kicks
Bruises – caused by the fingertips to the forehead, jaw, thorax and abdomen
Source – AAP