APE's consulting division also helped an EGE
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Mr Ege had been unanimously cleared of a charge of failing to protect his child by the same jury which convicted his wife a month ago of murdering him and of attempting to pervert the course of justice by setting fire to his body.
The review, carried out by Cardiff Local Safeguarding Children Board, also said concerns raised in 2003 and 2007 that Sara Ege was being subjected to domestic violence were not properly followed up, and that professionals had "insufficient knowledge and understanding" about the Ege family's culture, including the impact of honourbased shame.
He told Sara Ege: "You beat him on a number of occasions often with a wooden pestle and as a result he sustained a number of injuries which must have caused him a great deal of pain.
Prosecutors allege Ege must have known about the injuries caused before the fire at the family's Cardiff home in July 2010, after which his son's charred body was found.
Yousef Ege said the last time he saw his son, he had been standing in the hallway as he left the house some four hours before the 999 call was made by his wife to the fire service.
His words were read and played on video recordings to a jury at Cardiff Crown Court yesterday, where Sara Ege, 31, the wife he married after an arranged meeting at her home in India denies murdering their child and perverting the course of justice by trying to burn his body.
Her barrister Peter Murphy put it to Yousef Ege that he and his wife had argued the day Yaseen died in July 2010 and he knocked her to the ground.
"He died downstairs in his playroom while you were there." Yousef Ege told him "No, sir, no, sir" as each of the suggestions was made.
On November 17 2009, Mr Tanhai opened the door to see Ege
and a "masked man" standing in front of him.
In the weeks which followed, Sara Ege, then aged 31, made long confessional video tapes at a police station, detailing how she had been losing her temper with him and hitting him with a stick.
She alleged postman Yousef Ali Ege, 38, was the one who caused all their son's injuries and later again said one of his brothers had set the fire.