A filthy barbaric “white” beast who killed his girlfriend’s ten-month-old daughter because she met up with an ex-boyfriend has been caged for life.
Louis Burdett attacked Taliqa Fields, whom he was meant to be babysitting, in a rage within 14 minutes of her mother Zoe Harman calling him to say she was going to McDonald’s with a former boyfriend.
The blue-eyed animal reportedly grew frustrated because he was interrupted while playing an Xbox game.
Taliqa suffered terrible head injuries and died in hospital the next day.
Sentencing him, High Court Judge Mr Justice Flaux said: ‘Within the short time you lived with Zoe she came to rely upon you and trusted you to look after her two children.
‘What’s clear was you were more interested in playing your games on the Xbox than looking after her children.
She interrupted your game and she got on your nerves. The catalyst for your violence was shockingly mundane.’
Now readers you’ll notice how this so-called judge conveniently omitted to mention that the victim was a non-white child. Which in my view is very significant for the monstrous act from this blue-eyed sack of shit! In my opinion racism/white supremacy was the major factor in this devilish act.
According to the “white” judge, Burdett was angry and resentful at being left at home looking after Miss Harman’s children while she went out to eat.
‘You took out that anger and resentment on the baby, who you accepted, in your evidence, was a sitting target,’ he said.
The jobless and useless filthy 22-year-old was jailed for life, with a recommendation he serve at least 13 years.
The jury heard how Burdett was looking after Taliqa and her two-year-old brother Daryce at Zoe’s home on July 1 last year when she called at 12:37pm to say she was going to have a burger with an old flame which I suspect was a non-white male.
By 12:51pm Burdett had dialled 999 to say Taliqa had gone ‘limp’.
Yvonne Coen QC, prosecuting, said: ‘From the defendant’s point of view he was looking after her children while she was in town, meeting an ex-boyfriend in McDonald’s.
‘He was, we suggest, quite likely in a rage. He took out his irritation or jealousy on Taliqa and inflicted a serious head injury in what, according to doctors’ opinions, was a sustained assault.
‘The distribution of the injuries suggests she was gripped and shaken and came into contact with a hard surface.
‘She also had a fractured left collarbone. He must have known he’d caused serious harm.’
The court heard Burdett was ‘virtually living’ with Zoe, 24, at her home in Leicester when he agreed to look after her children while she attended a college course.
But she finished early and arranged to meet a former childhood sweetheart she had bumped into on a bus.
However, Ms Coen said that when Zoe called Burdett to tell him of her plans, he seemed ‘grumpy’.
As a result of his attitude, worried Zoe finished her food quickly and returned home to find an ambulance outside her house. She went with her daughter to hospital, where she was put into intensive care.
But the toddler, who suffered swelling and bleeding on the brain, died 24 hours later.
Burdett, of Leicester, went on to accept he repeatedly lied to cops by pretending he was not living at Zoe’s home.
The court heard his account was also inconsistent, firstly telling investigators and a neighbour he was on an X-Box when Taliqa fell ill, then telling jurors he was watching TV.
After the verdict, Detective Superintendent Steve Craddock, who led the investigation, said: ‘What Burdett did to Taliqa is incomprehensible. She was a defenseless child with her whole life ahead of her and this was taken away.’
Taliqa’s father Jason Fields and her mother Zoe, who do not live together, said: ‘We are absolutely devastated by what has happened to our daughter.
‘Every day is incredibly hard to get through. We used to get up in the morning and bathe and dress her and now we have none of that as it was taken away from us. Some days we struggle to even get out of bed. We feel lost.
‘Seeing our family and friends playing with their children can be really hard as it brings back so many memories for us. It should be us sat there playing with Taliqa and it is really heart breaking that we can’t.
‘In her short life Taliqa brought so much happiness to us. She was a lovely girl who loved dancing and was always happy and smiling. We have so many fond memories of her.
‘What happened is such a waste of a life – she was just ten months old.’
Below you can see the Satanist with the non-white victim.