"The prosecution had to deal with the account of Tia's death which you gave to prison officers and your father - a wholly fictitious account of Tia falling down stairs and dying as a result of an accident," he said.
"And so it was necessary for the prosecution to lay out for the jury your sexual interest in Tia and for the jury to see the photograph of Tia naked.
By the time it was discovered, it was so badly decomposed that it was impossible to ascertain the cause of death. Tia's father, Steven Carter, called for Hazell to be "hung".
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He had spent nine months protesting his innocence but the evidence against him was overwhelming.
Mr Justice Nicol noted his guilty plea but said it had come "very late" and had not prevented Tia's family from having to endure four days of graphic evidence.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre warns in its annual report today that the sheer volume of child abuse images and the growth of high-speed internet connections had increased the threat to children.
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He then bundled her body into bin liners and a sheet before hiding it in the loft.
When Miss Bicknell returned home from a night shift the following day, Hazell was sprawled on the couch watching television. He was supposed to have looked after her." Asked: “He was the last person to see her alive, wasn’t he?
If he can find love, there’s hope for the rest of us.