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Amanda Hutton: Hamzah Khan's brother speaks of his remorse at helping cover up boy's death

He kept quiet as little Hamzah’s body lay mummified in a cot for two years after he died of severe neglect and malnutrition


Child killer Amanda Hutton’s eldest son has spoken of his remorse at helping his mother cover up the death of his four-year-old brother.

Tariq Khan kept quiet as little Hamzah’s body lay mummified in a cot for two years after he died of severe neglect and malnutrition.

He told a court how Hutton, 43, threatened to kill five of his siblings living in her home if he went to police.

And he saw her hold a knife to the throat of one of them.

But today we can reveal that, moments after the trial, Tariq, 24, sent a text to his estranged father Aftab Khan telling of his remorse.

It said: “Dad, I’m sorry if I’ve ever hurt you. Sorry if I’ve let you down.”

Tariq’s alcoholic mother was jailed for 15 years for manslaughter and failing to lawfully bury Hamzah’s body.

Her son got two years suspended on the same charges.

Details of his apology have emerged as father Aftab told the Sunday Mirror his warnings over the children’s safety had been ignored.

Aftab was ordered to stay away from Hutton by a court in 2008 after admitting battering her.


He said he then told police to check on the children because of his ex’s ­alcoholism, but an officer found “nothing of concern”.

Aftab revealed he visited the squalid home in Bradford four weeks before Hamzah’s body was discovered and asked Hutton why flies were buzzing round the windows. She did not give him an answer.

He said: “Police officers need to be accountable. Nobody is asking me what went wrong because they are going to sweep it under the carpet.

“Social services have messed up big time. They should have done something about it in 2008 but they did not listen to me.”

A two-week trial heard how Hamzah’s decomposed and insect-infested body was discovered in a travel cot in Hutton’s bedroom at their home in September 2011.

He had died of malnutrition in December 2009 after his mother’s addictions to alcohol and cannabis took over her life.

Bradford crown court heard how almost every room was littered with plastic bags of household rubbish, bottles, filthy nappies, newspapers, vomit and mouldy food.

Hamzah’s body was found hidden in a travel cot, beneath clothes, shoes and bedding. Fed on just a banana and some milk a day, he had ­scavenged around for scraps.

Aftab said: “If people had listened to me my son would still be alive.”

But he admits he does not remember the last time he saw his tragic little boy Hamzah.

He said: “I did say to her, though, ‘you better look after the kids’. I really thought they were all right.

"You wouldn’t wish this on anybody.”

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living off of a banana and some milk each day surrounded by bags of shit and vomit  :mellow:

 

poor kid 

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22 yrs old and cant stand up to a alch mom?

 

was probly part of the problem

 

swear u never hear any thing good about bradfiord

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more like you never hear anything good about breeding white women you meet outside a club

 

been rinsing certain man on whats app all week

 

was only trolling but i think ive been blocked by 1 guy

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Scummy tramp hope she gets batterd inside

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Such a sad story.

The fathers got a cheek as well.

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Madness, read it earlier in the week.

 

I swear you couldn't write a script that f*cked.

 

Real Life >>>>>>

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the press lettin another idiot dad pass the blame

 

He said: “Police officers need to be accountable. Nobody is asking me what went wrong because they are going to sweep it under the carpet.

 

“Social services have messed up big time. They should have done something about it in 2008 but they did not listen to me.”

 

Aftab said: “If people had listened to me my son would still be alive.”

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the press lettin another idiot dad pass the blame
 
He said: “Police officers need to be accountable. Nobody is asking me what went wrong because they are going to sweep it under the carpet.
 
“Social services have messed up big time. They should have done something about it in 2008 but they did not listen to me.”
 
Aftab said: “If people had listened to me my son would still be alive.”

by UK press Law, if You print a comment about someone, You have to ask them for their comment and also print it, it's not so much "letting them".

 

that's why so many times You read "Tesco were unable to comment on this", meaning they refused, but were offered. 

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No words to do this story justice, the Dad is just as bad, have no sympathy for him,

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Why did she have to be a blazer

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Surely if you visiting your estranged wife and found your kids in that condition, your not just going to let that pass because she didn't give you an answer why?

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He'll probably use the excuse of the restraining order or some rubbish.

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Pure filth, house must have stunk from 2 streets way.

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the press lettin another idiot dad pass the blame
 
He said: “Police officers need to be accountable. Nobody is asking me what went wrong because they are going to sweep it under the carpet.
 
“Social services have messed up big time. They should have done something about it in 2008 but they did not listen to me.”
 
Aftab said: “If people had listened to me my son would still be alive.”

by UK press Law, if You print a comment about someone, You have to ask them for their comment and also print it, it's not so much "letting them".

 

that's why so many times You read "Tesco were unable to comment on this", meaning they refused, but were offered. 

 

ur words dont make sense lens dont try be knowledgable

 

everytime somethin like this happens every1 on tv scrambles to lay the blame at social services / government regulation without fail

 

says to me they have some plans for intrusive regulation they're lubing us up for

 

same story as the internet suicide

 

the very few tragic incidents can't jus be taken at face value, the freedoms of the majority can't justify the tragedies of the careless, this is a problem that we must find a solution for

 

who better than to deliver the solution to ur ears than the poor grieving fathers

 

UK press law my arse

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what You mean don't make sense/try to be knowledgeable

 

it's simple. if You print an article about someone, or mention it on the news.

 

You legally have to ask the people You're referring to for their comment

 

So they had to ask him, allowing him to have the excuses he used printed.

 

If You intend to dispute my knowledge of the law, please look it up first, much regards, Yours faithfully, Lens

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jus irrelevant lens ramblings

 

im sayin the reason this whole story has been picked up, the reason this particular article exists and the reason they may or may not be legally obliged to ask this fella what he thinks, is to force an opinion on people, and they're yet again allowing a cowardly loser of a man do it for them

 

im sure leading questions were asked aka 'who do you think is to blame? could social services have done more?" etc

 

but the main thing i was sayin is i quite enjoy your deadpan patronising of other users with ur vast array of specialised knowledge, but dont do it to me mate

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