Toddler beaten by a mean villain had worse injuries than tragic to Mason Lee – but her attacker was free to walk a week after prison
- Jesse Lee James immediately received conditional release after conviction
- The Fraser Coast man, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl last week
- He was sentenced to six years in prison – he has served for two years
- Girl suffered intestinal paralysis and fractures of her vertebrae and pelvis
- James was previously imprisoned for other offenses, including attacking a girl, three
A little girl plagued by a nasty villain was wounded much more heavily than the 22-month-old Mason Lee – but her attacker was released from prison within a week.
Jesse Lee James was sentenced last week to six years behind bars for the bashen of the two-year-old girl.
The toddler had broken her back and pelvis and got a torn pelvis at the hands of her 29-year-old attacker.
Her former foster carer told The Fraser Coast Chronicle the horrific injuries were comparable to being hit by a fast-moving car.
Jesse Lee James, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl in Maryborough District Court last Thursday and was then sentenced to six years behind bars
& # 39; The doctors told the police that her injuries were worse than Mason Lee. & # 39;
Mason Lee died a slow and painful death after his mother's friend William Andrew O & Sullivan slammed him in his house in Caboolture, Queensland, in June 2016.
He spent his last hours with blue lips wrapped in a towel and making growling noises.
His killer was sentenced to nine years in prison last September after being found guilty of four charges, including manslaughter and cruelty to a child under the age of 16.
His mother Anne Maree Lee was also imprisoned and imprisoned for child abuse and manslaughter. She was eligible for conditional release in July this year.
Mason Lee died a slow and painful death after his mother's friend William Andrew O & Sullivan slammed him in his house in Caboolture, Queensland, in June 2016
Lee (left) sobbed in court when she committed murder and child abuse. The boy's stepfather, William O & Sullivan (right), was imprisoned for nine years
Indignation has been fueled after it was revealed that James, who spent two weeks in the hospital for the two-year-old girl, is now eligible for conditional release because he had spent two years in prison awaiting trial.
His young victim was the second toddler he abused, the court heard.
He was previously convicted of attacking a three-year-old girl, The Fraser Coast Chronicle reported.
A petition has been launched calling on the Director of the Public Prosecution Service to appeal the sentence, it has more than 4000 signatures.
The Fraser Coast man had been in jail for two years awaiting trial and is now eligible for conditional release and may soon be walking the streets
The toddler is the second child James has abused, after he has already been convicted of assaulting a three-year-old girl
The girl's injuries were only discovered when Child Health and Safety child workers went home and noticed that her stomach was extremely swollen.
The little girl spent 15 days in the hospital with paralysis of the gut and fractures of her vertebrae and pelvis.
Judge Tony Moynihan described the girl's horrific injuries as being caused by & # 39; high energy power & # 39 ;.
He said James had a & # 39; callous disdain for the well-being of the child & # 39 ;.
The child will not sustain long-term physical injury, but Judge Moynihan said it will be affected in other ways.
& # 39; It has been adversely affected as a result of the offensive and devastating effect that your actions had, & # 39; said Judge Moynihan.
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