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A father, Zak Bennett-Eko, with paranoid schizophrenia, threw his 11-month-old son Zakari Bennett-Eko into a river because he believed the baby would turn into a demon, a court heard today.

Baby Zakari drowned after being tossed into the River Irwell in Radcliffe

Baby Zakari drowned after being thrown into the River Irwell in Radcliffe, Greater Manchester by his father Zak Bennett-Eko, 23, on September 11 last year while on trial at Nightingale Court at the Lowry of Salford Theater heard on Tuesday.

Prosecutor Rob Hall said that on the day Zakari died, Bennett-Eko had an argument with his partner Emma Blood, who was eight months pregnant, when she told him she had to take care of him herself because she couldn’t take care of two of them. they. The babies and him.

Mr. Hall said: “It may be that this exchange gave Zak the opinion that they would be better off without Zakari.

Zak will claim later around this time that he saw Zakari’s legs expand and that he, Zakari, became a demon. ”

Bennett-Eko left the Radcliffe family house with Miss Blood

Shortly after 4 p.m. Bennett-Eko left the Radcliffe family home with Ms. Blood on top, her son sat in a stroller and went to the river, the court heard.

The jury heard that Bennett-Eko later said that he had come across two “diabolical” women and that they wanted him to drown their son.

Hall said the defendant was seen by two teenagers pulling their son out of his stroller, rocking him from side to side and then throwing him into the river.

He then went to the Lock Keeper Pub, where he was arrested after telling another customer what he had done, Hall said.

Zakari was rescued from the river by emergency services around 5:15 p.m. after several members of the public sounded the alarm.

The jury heard that he was pronounced dead that night at the Royal Bolton Hospital.

The court heard that the defendant had suffered from mental health problems throughout his life. At the age of 17, he was severed and diagnosed with cannabis-related psychosis.

Hall said: “His childhood was marked by violence and cannabis use. ”

He began a relationship with Miss Blood in 2016 and Zakari, his first child, was born in October 2018.

Hall said the couple got into an argument after Zakari’s birth and Bennett-Eko started skipping his medical appointments and started using cannabis again.

The court heard from Miss Blood’s friends last September to express concern about her behavior.

In one she said: “It says that Zakari is not our baby and all that.

“One second he will be fine, the next minute he will go crazy and say he is going to kill himself.

In other posts, 23-year-old Miss Blood said that Bennett-Eko kicked down the door, threw things at it, and claimed that pop star Beyonce was her mother.

Hall said on September 8 that Bennett-Eko had visited North Manchester General Hospital.

He said: “According to the records, he seemed very excited and wanted to separate after his girlfriend kicked him out of her home.

“Unfortunately, Zak left before he was no longer cared for.

The jury was told they will hear from three psychiatrists about the condition of Bennett-Eko, who is being held at Ashworth Secure Hospital and is not present at his trial.

The indictment establishes that he is guilty of involuntary manslaughter with reduced responsibility, while the Defense Register establishes that he is not guilty of insanity, the court heard.

Yesterday, Mr. Hall added: “There is no doubt that Mr. Bennett-Eko was suffering from a mental illness at the time.

The act was seen by members of the public who quickly sounded the alarm bells, but due to the inaccessibility of the river and the strength of the current, it took around an hour for emergency services to be able to rescue Zakari at this point. the heart had stopped and was very cold .The process is expected to take five to seven days.

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