DJ(22) battered girlfriend’s brilliant,beautiful 3-year-old son to death
Dylan Crean murder – Mother’s partner jailed for life
As my first story here, I felt it was appropriate to choose one about a three-year old, as my own little guy is the same age. Filled with blood boiling rage and fighting back tears, I will attempt to give a voice to this precious little angel, Dylan Crean of Leicestershire, UK. Dylan is described by his mother as “funny, cheeky, crazy, brilliant and beautiful”. Before going any further I need to say that after reading multiple stories about this, I have no doubt that Dylan’s mother lost the light of her life that day, however this story follows a pattern we have become all too familiar with. Mothers of the world need to find their self-esteem and stop settling for any man to keep them company. Some of the strongest women I know raise their babies alone. There is no shame in it; in fact a mother should have no greater pride than knowing she raised a happy, healthy, confident child. And if that means doing it solo for weeks, months or even years until you find someone to treat you and your baby properly, waiting is the only option!
As for the jug headed cunt plug you see depicted, he is 22-year-old Peter Gavin Cawser. He is a vile, herpes-faced cock peddler. The only solace I am able to find here is that he was sentenced to “life” in prison – a pitiful 18 years without chance of parole – for the brutal murder of baby Dylan.
On August 30th, the above dog faced bitch boy returned from “work” as a small-time DJ, finding his girlfriend, little Dylan’s mother Katie Crean cleaning her bedroom while her son played in his room nearby. Shortly after Cawser carried a toy box into Dylan’s room, Ms. Crean heard a slam as the object was thrown to the ground. She heard her dildo yelling “‘you’re not going to be naughty again or start walking about and messing with things again, are you?'”. Not feeling the need to intervene at the time, shortly after she claims Caswer ‘flipped out’, screaming “you don’t say OK to me”.
At this time she finally hauled ass to her baby’s room where she found Dylan cowering in a corner with Cawser kneeling in front of him shouting. He told her to take the toy box out and then smacked Dylan. The court was told Ms. Crean saw Cawser punch Dylan in the face, a blow which caused his “little face” to turn to the side with the force of it.
Oh my God, I’m dying inside. Bearing witness to that, I can’t see myself as a mother not developing the strength of Hercules, finding a blunt object and hammering the monster into oblivion with it! My heart hurts for Katie Crean, and I am a little torn about putting blame on her in this case, since one of the source stories details a vicious attack carried out on her and her son while she tries helplessly to stop it, however that does not change the fact that she welcomed this malignant tubesteak into her and her child’s life. The same story states that Cawser enjoyed using the prescription diazepam recreationally, and that Ms. Crean was aware of his habit. It also indicates that Cawser had been feeling annoyed with Dylan because he was often in the couple’s bedroom and playing with his belongings; and that he had recently been very irritable. So Katie Crean thought it a good idea to bring an irritable drug abuser around her son. This leaves her in my opinion with a portion of the blame. However, surely she will carry a lifetime of regret sufficient to punish her for her poor choices.
The attack continued with Ms. Crean attempting in vain to get between Cawser and her son. Caswer kicked, slapped and threw innocent little Dylan around the room while he pleaded and sobbed for his mother. At one point, Ms. Crean jumped on Cawser’s back, pleading that Dylan had “had enough now, leave him alone, he’s only a baby”. Cawser then turned on her and threw her down the stairs.
When recounting that day, Ms. Crean described Cawser’s face as “pure evil” and “like something out of a horror movie”. She recalls Dylan looking helpless. There is one part of this story which I find particularly chilling, where Cawser is alleged to go and shut little Dylan’s window in order to prevent the screams of Dylan and his mother from reaching neighbors. This is the point where I realized that he must have been in complete control of himself during the incident. It wasn’t that he just “lost his mind”. He was enjoying his actions so much that he closed a window in order to continue unhindered by the neighbors. This man is pure evil, and I cannot even begin to describe the kind of prison justice I hope to see perpetrated against him. When he finally begs to be sent to Hell, I hope a doctor is brought in to keep him clinging to life just long enough to live through it all again. There is no better candidate for the “human centipede” than Peter Gavin Cawser. I will provide a lifetime of smokes to any inmate who does the job.
When Dylan lapsed into unconsciousness, Cawser attempted to stop Ms. Crean from calling emergency services so they could agree on an account, in which he wanted her to tell police she was responsible for Dylan’s injuries. She was able to escape Cawser and hide long enough to tell the emergency services what really happened to Dylan. Operators could barely understand her because she was sobbing so loudly, telling them she was terrified that he would come back.
Dylan was rushed to Derby Royal Infirmary before being transferred to the intensive care unit at Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. He died in his mother’s arms the next day. Dylan had suffered a catastrophic brain injury from head injuries. Prosecutor Sally Howes told the court a pediatrician, who had extensive experience, said he had never seen such a sustained physical attack on a child.
Cawser initially entered his plea as not guilty, but soon after it was changed to guilty. Katie Crean immediately expressed relief that the plea had been changed, and thanked the police and hospital for “being amazing”.
When speaking of her son, her heartbroken words express a mother’s worst nightmare. “No-one will ever understand what he took from me and I hope no-one else ever has to go through what I have in the past 12 months and will continue to go through for the rest of my life.”
Sadly, until women raise their standards and put their babies ahead of their own need for companionship, many more will have to suffer the same fate as Dylan and Katie Crean.
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Rest in peace brilliant and beautiful Dylan.
***Special thanks to Sarea Snow for the write-up.***