Evil Emma Tustin watched 24/7 after lags urged to make prison hell on earth

Evil Emma Tustin is being watched 24/7 after lags were urged to “make her prison stay hell on earth”.

A message shared nearly 50,000 times online called on them to make her life “as miserable and terrifying as it can be”.

It read: “Regardless of what you are in prison for I would imagine it is nothing when compared to the crime of Emma Tustin.

“She cannot be considered human she intentionally starved, poisoned and tortured a beautiful defenceless boy.”

The stepmum, 32 – caged for at least 29 years for murdering six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes – had salt thrown at her in Peterborough jail where she was held during trial.

Arthur, of Solihull, West Mids, died from a brain injury in June 2020 after being left in Tustin’s care.

She and his dad Thomas Hughes, 29, conducted a “cruel and systematic campaign of cruelty” against the boy, who was starved and poisoned with salt. Hughes got a minimum 21 years for manslaughter.

Tustin has shown no remorse for the murder of six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes, and only shed a tear when her boyfriend ignored her in court.

The 32-year-old mum was sentenced to a minimum of 29 years behind bars on December 3, for the murder of the little boy.

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Tustin only cried for herself when Arthur’s father Thomas Hughes, who was given 21 years for manslaughter and child cruelty, ignored her during the court hearing.

According to Hull Live, she had even made attempts to hide her heinous crimes from her fellow inmates.

Tustin's behaviour, while she was held on remand, was revealed by her former cellmate Elaine Pritchard in an interview with The Mirror.

Elaine spent six weeks in a cell with Tustin, and claimed the mum said she was on remand because Hughes has “neglected” his son.

She added: “Emma hadn’t said anything about Arthur dying. She never mentioned him.

“She always felt sorry for herself. One day she came back from a plea hearing and was upset, so I asked, ‘What’s wrong?’ “She said, ‘He didn’t look at me, Tom never looked at me’. That was the only time I saw her upset about anything.”

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