Pathologist Dr Alison Armour, who carried out the post-mortem examination, identified a number of bruises and marks on Leiland-James’ face, head and body including one on his cheek indicative of a slap, others on his forehead consistent with being prodded or poked and another on his ear which was most likely caused by “pinching or twisting” with “significant force”.

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