He tortured him because the boy accidentally dropped his mobile phone from the table to the floor. After more than a month of unimaginable suffering, the boy died on Monday in a children’s hospital in Katowice.
In addition to extremely severe burns all over his body, the autopsy showed that the deceased child had multiple fractures of his limbs, most likely caused by his stepfather’s cruel treatment.
The boy’s mother and other relatives also committed the crime, which carries a life sentence, because they knew about the tragedy, but did not prevent it or report it to the police.
Morawiecki is alone among European leaders in his opinion on the introduction of the death penalty, as EU member states have abolished the death penalty. Poland did this in 1997, seven years before joining the European Union.
Subsequently, in 2013, the Poles ratified the protocol of the European Convention on Human Rights, which completely and definitively abolishes the application of the death penalty in all circumstances, including war.
The case of the murder of a child is shaking Poland. His stepfather threw him on the hot stove
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