On 11 November 2008, Jason Owen, 36, and his brother Steven Barker, 32, were found guilty of "causing or allowing the death of a child or vulnerable person". Tracey Connelly, 27, had pleaded guilty to this charge. Earlier in the trial, Jason Owen and Tracey Connelly had been cleared of murder due to insufficient evidence. Steven Barker was found not guilty of murder by a jury.
A second trial occurred in April 2009 when Tracey Connelly and Steven Barker, under aliases, faced charges related to the rape of a two-year old girl. The girl was also on Haringey’s child protection register. Barker was found guilty of rape, while Connelly was found not guilty of child cruelty charges. Their defence lawyers argued that this second trial was nearly undermined by bloggers publishing information (linking them to the death of Peter) which could have prejudiced the jury.
Sentencing for both trials together took place on 22 May 2009 at the Old Bailey. Tracey Connelly was ordered to be held indefinitely, until "deemed no longer to be a risk to the public and in particular to small children", with a minimum term of five years. Steven Barker was sentenced to life imprisonment for the rape, with a minimum sentence of ten years, and a 12-year sentence for his role in the death of Peter,
to run concurrently. Jason Owen was also jailed indefinitely and will serve at least three years.
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