Leiland-James Corkill Obituary

Leiland-James Corkill died on January 7, 2021, at the Barrow home of Laura and Scott Castle.

In January 2021, Leiland-James Corkill died at 13 months, a day after sustaining brain damage at Laura and Scott Castle's house in Barrow, Cumbria.

Corkill was a "looked-after child" who was placed in foster care at birth before being authorized to live with his adoptive parents in August 2020.

On the morning of January 6, last year, Laura Castle called for an ambulance when Leiland-James fell off the sofa, wounded his head, and was fighting to breathe.

On the other hand, hospital officials were concerned since the degree of his injuries did not match her narrative.

Laura Castle claimed to police and her relatives and friends that Leiland-James perished in a sad accident while her husband, a night-shift worker, was sleeping.

There are tons of photos and posts uploaded on Facebook mentioning Leiland-James Corkill.

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Where are Laura Castle And Her Husband Scott Now?

As of now, Laura Castle is facing life imprisonment for the killing of the boy, Leiland-James Corkill.

However, her husband, Scott, charges and whereabouts are unavailable.

The parents hit Leiland-James 'five or six times a week,' according to the court, despite promising Cumbria County Council's social services that they would never employ physical punishment on the youngster.

Laura Castle was tending after Leiland-James on January 6, 2021, when she shook him violently, inflicting devastating damage.

The little kid was brought to Alder Hey Children's Hospital, but doctors determined that he was only being kept alive by medical technology.

When Leiland-James, from Whitehaven, was killed, the couple from Barrow-in-Furness was in the last phases of the adoption procedure.

They had completed the initial phases of the procedure, and Lailand-James moved in with the family in Barrow-in-Furness in August 2020.

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