Evil Scot who shook tiny baby moans about ‘hardest months of his life’ in sick post
08.12.2022 - 08:31
An evil ex-soldier who left a 10-week-old baby with a devastating brain injury moaned about the ‘hardest months of his entire life’ while out on bail for the vicious attack. Declan Walton left the youngster, who cannot be named for legal reasons, critically ill and unable to breath on his own after shaking him at a property in Glenrothes, Fife, in June 2020.
The 31-year-old was originally charged with attempted murder but pled guilty to a reduced charge of assault to severe injury, permanent impairment and to the danger of his life last week by shaking him or otherwise means. He is facing a significant jail term when he returns for sentencing at the High Court of Inverness in January.
But the Daily Record can now reveal that Walton moaned about his own ‘ordeal’ on social media while waiting for his day in the dock. In a sick Facebook post, which has since been deleted, he wrote: “It’s been 4 months since seeing or hearing anything about (the baby). This has been the hardest 4 months of my entire life but it won’t be much longer.”
The child’s mother, who also cannot be named, branded Walton “a monster” after learning that the youngster will likely never live an independent life as a result of his injuries.
She said: “He won’t be able to eat again. He will have to get a tube put into his stomach to feed him because the tube going down his nose is not practical for a long time.
“They also said he will not be able to walk either. I would like to thank the horrible monster that done this to him.
“Well this man is still trying to tell people this was a medical reason which it was not. I’ve been shown all his scans and all the tests that they have done on him to find out if it was but what they can see wasn’t medical.
“This was done
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