Brian Williams, defending, said Rashid had learning difficulties and a low IQ.
Doctors could not say who was looking after the child at the time the injuries were inflicted though both cared for Child A and some of the injuries were weeks old, the court was told.
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Instead, Raschid was convicted of lesser charges after pleading guilty at an earlier hearing to a single assault of picking up the child by his arm and a single count of neglect.
The three month old boy whose identity is protected by law and is known only as Child A was in the care of Chantelle Raschid, 20, from Openshaw, and asylum seeker Nicholas Muhanza, 22, when he suffered catastrophic injuries leaving him permanently brain damaged and blind. He will suffer epileptic fits for the rest of his life.
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They were also consistent with the child being swung or flung against a hard surface.
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And the court heard the reality' was the injuries must have been inflicted to the child while being cared for either Raschid or Muhanza.
into two others. He then drove the car at pensioner Jean Cooney after crashing through bollards at the North City shopping centre, and injured two police officers as he was arrested at Cheetham Hill.
She walked free from court after being given an eight month jail sentence, suspended for a year. A formal not guilty verdict was entered on the charge that she harmed the child.
But because it could not be proved that either, acting alone or together, harmed the child directly, charges had to be dropped against them for inflicting the injuries.
Muhanza, 22, was cleared of neglect following a two week trial in April.
Such injuries are normally only seen in car accident victims or people who had fallen from the upper storeys of a building, Manchester Crown Court was told.
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Passing sentence, Judge David Hernandez said: "The injuries are consistent with the child being picked up and dashed against a hard surface."
The boy, who cried until he had no more tears', was taken to hospital semi conscious, but when examined by doctors they discovered he had multiple fractures to his skull and both collarbones. Five ribs were broken as were the bones of both upper and lower arms and legs.
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Det Sup Mark Hussey said the case was the most emotive' he had worked on because of the extent of the injuries.
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