'No parent does that to a child'
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Liam Fee: 'You wouldn't have known he existed'

A two-year-old boy's mother and her civil partner have been found guilty of his murder.

Liam Fee was found dead in a house in Glenrothes in March 2014.

His mother Rachel and her partner Nyomi Fee had denied murder and tried to blame another child for his death.

A neighbour of the Fee's, Gillian McCusker, told the BBC she rarely saw Liam: "you wouldn't have known he existed".

Sean Catherall, a former friend of Nyomi Fee's, says the pair showed little emotion after the toddler's death.

They have also been convicted of a catalogue of abuse against two other children.

  • 31 May 2016
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