END TIME: How Couple Suffocated Their Own Child To Death So They Can Have Sex In Peace

So many strange things happen in the world we live in right now, but this has to top the list of strange happenings around the world.

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considering how difficult most couples find child bearing, one would have thought anyone luck to have one would to the very least treasure them, but that’s not the case for this sex anxious couple.

Luke Morgan, 26, and Emma Cole, 22, are accused of smothering Tyler Morgan and causing him three broken ribs after being heard arguing at their flat in April 2014.

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Neighbours said, “Luke Morgan was angry because he wanted to have sex with Miss Cole and had been prevented by Tyler being up.”

Jurors at Stafford Crown Court heard that after Tyler collapsed, there was a “significant” delay in contacting the emergency services.

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Morgan and Cole both deny murder, manslaughter, causing or allowing Tyler’s death, and child cruelty.But during the case against the couple, prosecutor Andrew Smith QC showed jurors a picture of an injury to Tyler’s right forearm which pathologists said resembled a human bite mark.

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Mr Smith told the jury:
At 2.42am on the 29th of April 2014, Emma Cole dialled 999 to send an ambulance to her home address.

Tyler Morgan, the nine-week-old son of the defendants, had collapsed before the call was made.

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The prosecution’s case is that Tyler’s collapse was caused by his being intentionally smothered or his chest being compressed. That intentional smothering and/or chest compression occurred when the defendants were alone with Tyler in their home.

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Subsequent investigations discovered that Tyler had sustained serious injuries before his death, including fractured ribs, that could only have been caused while he was in the care of his parents.

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Mr Smith said one neighbour had heard a high-pitched scream, while another described hearing a loud bang.

“The prosecution say that Luke Morgan and Emma Cole were plainly arguing in the early hours. Their argument took place at a time when they had both been drinking alcohol,” he added.