Details of how Hamzah's body was found in September were outlined when his mother Amanda Hutton went on trial at Bradford Crown Court today.
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Hutton, 43, denies her son's manslaughter. Opening the case for the prosecution, Paul Greaney QC told the jury that Hamzah died when he was four-and-a-half years old on December 15 But the barrister said his remains were found 21 months later in clothing intended for a baby aged six to nine months.
How had a child starved to death in 21st century England? She was flanked by one woman security officer. The jury was told she ordered pizza within hours of her son's death and continued to claim child benefit for him. Mr Greaney said Hamzah's body was found after police community support officer Jodie Worsley spoke to Hutton and became concerned about the smell coming from her house, which was also full of flies.
Eventually, more police arrived and went into the property.
Mr Greaney said the officers were faced with "conditions of squalor". He told the jury: He said the defendant worked as care assistant in the past and there was evidence that she had undergone some first-aid training. Mr Greaney told the jury he expects Hutton's defence lawyers to argue that Hamzah's malnutrition could have arisen through "some naturally occurring condition".
He said the prosecution case was that Hutton was guilty of manslaughter by gross negligence on two grounds - that she failed to feed him adequately and failed to seek medical assistance for him.
The jury heard that Hamzah's father, Aftab Khan, was separated from Hutton and lived elsewhere. Mr Greaney said there is evidence Mr Khan was violent towards the defendant. Mr Greaney said that in police interviews Hutton said Hamzah had become particularly unwell on December 14, She said the next day she went to a supermarket to consult a pharmacist but got a phone call to come home.
Hamzah's father Aftab was described as bereft following his son's death Mr Greaney said: She sought to revive him but to no effect.
The prosecutor told the jury: Within hours she was ordering a pizza. So, no call for assistance but a call, or even calls, for pizza. Mr Greaney told the jury that a police officer said to Hutton "you know what's been found, don't you Amanda? The prosecutor said Hutton told the officer:
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