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They married in Portugal in August 2012 and applied to become adopters later that year.
She is lying on the floor".'You will observe at no stage during the call did he suggest Elsie had suffered an accident, nor any trauma that might have caused her injury.'Mr Lewis said police and paramedics arrived at the family home around 6.26pm and found an 'upset' Scully-Hicks, as well as Elsie having a cardiac arrest on the floor of a downstairs room.
Mr Lewis said: 'The injuries that caused her death were inflicted upon her by the defendant shortly before he called emergency services that day.'His attack upon her that day was not the first time he had employed violence towards Elsie, nor was it the first time he had caused her serious injury.'His actions on the late afternoon of May 25 were the tragic culmination of a course of violent conduct on his part towards a defenceless child - an infant that he should have loved and protected, but whom he instead assaulted, abused, and ultimately murdered.'He later added: 'It will be for you to judge whether these messages tell of his frustrations in looking after Elsie.' The court heard police also spoke to neighbours at the couple's previous address in Cardiff, where Elsie had spent most of her life.
Neighbours referred to Matthew Scully-Hicks as 'the one who stayed at home.'Susan Bevan, who lived in the joining semi detached house to the couple, said things changed when Elsie moved in, the court heard.
Dr Sarah Harrison, a consultant paediatric radiologist, believes the injuries are 'the result of trauma', Mr Lewis said.
Dr Nia John, a consultant paediatrician, said it would be 'unusual' to suffer two such fractures in the same fall, the court heard.