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Chilling moment evil killer boyfriend Kane Mitchell fakes tears as he’s arrested for murdering partner’s 12-week-old son

EVIL child killer Kane Mitchell faked tears as he was arrested for murdering his girlfriend’s 12-week-old son. Dramatic bodycam footage shows the cowardly 31-year-old pretending to cry while lashing out at officers in the hospital where baby Teddie later died. Mitchell, of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, killed little Teddie in November 2019 after inflicting a “catalogue” […] ...

EVIL child killer Kane Mitchell faked tears as he was arrested for murdering his girlfriend’s 12-week-old son.

Dramatic bodycam footage shows the cowardly 31-year-old pretending to cry while lashing out at officers in the hospital where baby Teddie later died.

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Evil Kane Mitchell pretended to sob as cops arrested him as baby Teddie lay in hospital[/caption]

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The child killer wiped away crocodile tears while he and Lucci Smith lashed out at officers[/caption]

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Tragic tot Teddie was killed after Mitchell smashed his head on a hard surface[/caption]

Mitchell, of St Neots, Cambridgeshire, killed little Teddie in November 2019 after inflicting a “catalogue” of injuries upon him since the day he was born.

Mum Lucci Smith, 29, was on the school run when he inflicted the fatal injuries, but delayed calling for any medical assistance for over 30 minutes.

Tragic Teddie suffered injuries consistent with being “gripped hard”, “shaken vigorously”, and “having his head struck against a hard surface”.

Detectives compared his injuries to that of Baby P, with a post mortem revealing the tot had a fractured skull, a bleed on the brain and several broken bones.

Chilling footage featured on Channel 4’s 24 Hours in Police Custody captures the moment the sick Mitchell was arrested while acting as a doting dad.

Officers arrested the couple soon after he was rushed to hospital, with both exploding and swearing at the cops before bursting into tears.

The two part series shows Mitchell reacting aggressively to officers who suggested that he harmed the baby, raging: “How dare you, I resent that.”

He repeatedly screams at cops who tell him he is being detained: “I beg your f***ing pardon?” before wiping crocodile tears away from his eyes.

Smith echoes his fake disbelief, saying: “What the hell! Are you joking? No, no, no, no, no.”

Mitchell then theatrically flings himself at his girlfriend of around eight months as officers tell her she is also being arrested.

He cries: “We would never hurt our baby! I’m not leaving my son. We are not leaving our son! F**k you! No! We’re not going to harm our son.”

The harrowing clip was filmed just moments after police had watched over the pair as Teddie lay in intensive care.

Mitchell had clutched his young victim while telling him, “Come on baby, Daddy’s here,” just hours after horrifically attacking the tot.

While being questioned, mum Smith continually lied to detectives at Cambridgeshire Police and told them she had “no idea” what had happened to her son.

She denied she had “covered” for her twisted boyfriend while being quizzed further on her volatile relationship with Mitchell, initially denying that he had assaulted her.

Smith was then asked again about how Teddie suffered the fatal injuries, but added: “If there was then I would say because he’s my son at the end of the day and he means more to me than anybody.”

DI Lucy Thomson and her team were horrified to hear the number of injuries that were inflicted on Teddie.

‘TRAGIC CASE’

Experts ruled that the tot suffered horrific injuries during at least five different violent incidents from the day he was born in August 2019.

After a trial, Smith was found guilty of cruelty to a child – but was acquitted on charges of causing or allowing death and serious injury.

The judge sentenced her to a two-year community order, noting that she had already spent several months in prison while remanded in custody ahead of her trial.

Cambridge Crown Court heard that Smith “cared about and loved” Teddie, while Mitchell was described as an “overbearing partner”.

Mitchell, who was not the tot’s dad, was jailed for life for the murder and must serve a minimum of 18 years.

Detective Inspector Lucy Thomson, who led the investigation, said: “This was a tragic and terrible case in which an 11-week-old baby lost his life at the hands of a person who should have been there to protect him.

“Our year-long investigation found that Teddie had suffered multiple horrific injuries during his short life, which neither Mitchell nor Smith could account for.

“Viewers will see the complexities and intricacies of such an emotive and tragic case.

“The show highlights that we will work tirelessly to bring those responsible for such heinous crimes to justice, no matter what it takes.

“We hope it will encourage anyone with any concerns for a child’s welfare to come forward and report it to us without delay.”

24 Hours In Police Custody: Cold To The Touch airs tonight and tomorrow at 9pm on Channel 4.

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Lucci Smith lied to officers after her boyfriend fatally attacked her son[/caption]

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Twisted Mitchell denied murdering the baby boy in 2019[/caption]

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Detective Inspector Lucy Thomson and her team worked tirelessly to convict Mitchell[/caption]

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Smith was handed a two year community order after a trial[/caption]

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