Breaking news- Evil Pair Behind Death Of Baby P
Baby P case is the most horrific and notorious case in history...I have come across many acts of pure evil, but this one involving a child so young is devastating.How many more children have got to die before the government takes action?
the killer have finally been identified and justice should be given soon.these beast should be given a torturous death. they must feel the pain that the little soul had to go through.2 years have passed but the pain and sadness remains....baby p will always be in our hearts and i pray that no other child should ever go though this...
Revealed: Evil Pair Behind Death Of Baby P
The mother and her lover responsible for the squalid death of Baby P can be identified after a court order banning their identification expired.
Tracey Connelly and Steven Barker were jailed for the death of 17-month-old Peter Connelly, who died in his blood-spattered room in a filthy London house in August 2007.
He had suffered 50 injuries, including fractured ribs and a broken back.
It can also be disclosed that the third defendant in the case, Jason Owen, 37, is Barker's brother.
Connelly, who has four other children, is the daughter of a woman with drink and drug problems.
She was involved with social workers throughout her childhood and knew how to manipulate them.
She married Peter's father, who was 17 years her senior, when she was just 16, having lied to him about her age.
Connelly, 28, and Barker, 33, of Penshurst Road, Tottenham, were sentenced in May for causing or allowing Peter's death.
Under the court order, they could not be named until now, although their names and photographs have appeared on the internet.
Father-of-four Owen was also jailed for the same offence, which took place while he was staying at Peter's home with his 15-year-old runaway lover.
In addition to Barker's presence at the semi-detached church-owned house, social workers had also missed Owen and his girlfriend, who cannot be named for legal reasons.
Doctors, social workers and police failed to save Peter despite him being on the Haringey Council child protection register.
All three defendants were cleared of murder at the Old Bailey in November 2008 but there was public outrage at the way Peter was let down by the authorities.
Judge Stephen Kramer ruled there was insufficient evidence against Connelly and Owen while Barker, whom Peter called "Dad", was cleared of murder by the jury.
But Connelly pleaded guilty to causing or allowing the death of her son and the brothers were convicted of the same offence by the jury.
In May, Barker and Connelly were tried in secret for the rape of a two-year-old girl just before Peter's death.
Barker was convicted of rape but Connelly was cleared of a child cruelty charge. The brothers and Connelly were jailed later that month.
Peter Connelly, the real name of tragic toddler Baby P
Barker was told he had played the major part in Peter's death and was given 12 years.
He was also jailed for life with a minimum term of 10 years for raping the girl.
Connelly was given an indeterminate sentence with a minimum term of five years.
Judge Kramer told her she was "manipulative and self-centred".
Since being jailed, she provoked further controversy after writing to a friend saying she wants to party when she is released. She still claims she did not know about Peter's abuse.
Owen was given an indeterminate sentence, with a minimum term of three years.
He was said to be more worried about being discovered at the house with his 15-year-old girlfriend than protecting Peter.
They are all understood to be trying to appeal against their sentences.
THE STORY ......
Peter Connelly (also known as "Baby P", "Child A" and "Baby Peter") was a 17-month old boy who died in London after suffering over 50 injuries over an eight month period, during which he was repeatedly seen by social services. Baby P's real first name was revealed as "Peter" on the conclusion of a subsequent trial of Peter's mother's boyfriend on a charge of raping a 2-year-old. and his full identity was revealed when his killers were named after the expiry of a court anonymity order on 10 August 2009. 
His mother, Tracey Connelly, her boyfriend, Steven Barker, and Jason Owen, later revealed to be the brother of Barker,  were all convicted of causing or allowing the death of a child, the mother having pleaded guilty to the charge. A court order issued by the High Court in England had prevented the publication of the identity of Baby P; this was lifted on 1 May 2009. The order preventing the publication of the identities of his mother and her boyfriend was issued, and news sources continued to omit the names "for legal reasons" until 10 August 2009. 
The case caused mounting shock and concern in the media, among the public and in Parliament, firstly, because of the horrific nature of Peter's injuries, and secondly because Peter had lived in Tottenham, north London, under the same child care authorities as had already notably failed ten years earlier in the case of Victoria Climbié who had lived nearby. This had led to a public enquiry and supposedly measures put in place to prevent similar cases happening.
The child protection services of the London Borough of Haringey were widely criticised. Following the conviction, three inquiries and a nationwide review of social service care were launched, and the Head of Children's Services at Haringey removed by direction of the Government minister. Another nationwide review was conducted by Lord Laming into his own recommendations concerning the murder of Victoria Climbié in 2000. The death was also the subject of debate in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom.