Doonside bashing: Inside 16-year-olds’ last scary moments at Perigee Close

The horrific injuries suffered by a 16-year-old boy who was allegedly killed by a group of teenagers on a housing commission in Sydney’s west can be revealed.

The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was allegedly lured to the home in Perigee Close, Doonside, last week and may have spent up to two days on the property.

Police claim last Wednesday afternoon that the teenager, described as a drifter, was attacked by four boys aged 13 to 15 years plus two girls, 15 and 19 ..

The perpetrators allegedly ‘switched’ to jump and stomp on him, where much of the brutal alleged attack was recorded on mobile phones and later posted online.

16.39 shouted someone in one of the footage ‘leave him’, the police will argue in court, and minutes later the perpetrators left the home.

Police sources told the Daily Mail Australia at 5.42pm, teenage mother Kayla Dawson, 19, called 000 and told operators the teenage boy showed no signs of life.

Paramedics rushed to the scene and performed CPR on the boy for ‘a very long time’.

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Police will claim in court that Kayla Dawson, 19, called 000 at. 17.42 on Wednesday 4 August and told operators that the 16-year-old boy showed no signs of life

Paramedics worked on the boy at Mrs Dawson's home in Doonside, south-west Sydney, for a very long time, police sources told the Daily Mail Australia - even restarting his heart with a shot of adrenaline

Paramedics worked on the boy at Mrs Dawson’s home in Doonside, south-west Sydney, for a very long time, police sources told the Daily Mail Australia – even restarting his heart with a shot of adrenaline

The boy had no pulse and was not breathing – but the ambulance workers managed to restart the boy’s heart with a shot of adrenaline.

The teenager was taken to Westmead Hospital, where he was placed in a coma and given life support.

He had some blunt force trauma to his head, chest and body area, two collapsed lungs and swelling of the brain, police will argue.

Upon arrival at the hospital, doctors found out he was brain dead.

His injuries were described as ‘non-survivors’.

The boy died Saturday.

Friends, acquaintances and classmates have raised more than $ 30,000 for his family to pay for the funeral.

The boy was taken to hospital via ambulance, but doctors found out he was brain dead and kept him alive on life support.  He died Saturday

The boy was taken to hospital via ambulance, but doctors found out he was brain dead and kept him alive on life support. He died Saturday

Doctors found the boy's injuries were 'non-surviving', a police source said

Doctors found the boy’s injuries were ‘non-surviving’, a police source said

SHRINKING INJURY OF THE TURN

* Brain death and breathing only through life support

* Swelling of the brain

* Blunt force injuries to head, chest and body

* Two collapsed lungs

‘I loved the chats and laughs we had and our time we spent together in class and on the playground,’ wrote one classmate.

A reading support staff member at the school said: ‘He was always happy, a little cheeky and talkative with me – even though he sometimes chatted to get out of his reading skills.

‘It is a great sorrow that such a lovely soul should have been taken from this world at such a young age and so violently.’

Another said of the charges: ‘No man should be treated as he did.’

Six teenagers have been charged with murder and the police investigation is underway. Dawson is the latest to be indicted, were neighbors who took pictures of her arrest Sunday afternoon.

Last Thursday, the day after the alleged incident, Dawson had told a TV news reporter that she ‘had no idea what was happening’.

‘I can not go back to my house because it is still under investigation,’ she said, sipping her coffee and rolling her eyes.

Kayla Dawson was arrested at an address in Doonside in southwest Sydney at 3pm on Sunday and later charged with murder

Kayla Dawson was arrested at an address in Doonside in southwest Sydney at 3pm on Sunday and later charged with murder

‘It was like a bashing … I do not know what it’s over.’

Dawson appeared in court in Blacktown on Monday on charges of manslaughter, having taken or detained in the company of intent, actually bodily harm and causing grievous bodily harm with intent. She did not apply for bail and it was formally rejected.

The Daily Mail Australia understands that the boy was told there would be a ‘giant party’ at the address.

He trusted Dawson and knew her well enough to follow her on Instagram and is believed to have traveled to the house by train.

It has been claimed he may have been targeted after a fake pair of Airpods disappeared from Dawson’s home last month

In the wake of the alleged crime, disruptive video claiming to show the incident was distributed on apps on social media.

The 16-year-old victim may have endured two days inside the home with at least six offenders, though Dawson on social media denied ever having put a finger on the boy

The 16-year-old victim may have endured two days inside the home with at least six offenders, though Dawson on social media denied ever having put a finger on the boy

The Daily Mail Australia understands that the boy was told there would be a 'giant party' at the address and that he trusted Dawson

The Daily Mail Australia understands that the boy was told there would be a ‘giant party’ at the address and that he trusted Dawson

In the shocking footage, the boy was allegedly forced to repeat the phrase ‘f ** k’ 21 ‘- an apparent reference to postcode wars in the community.

’21 District ‘is a group of gangs, also known as’ Innerwest Brotherhood’, linked to several postcodes including Guildford, Merrylands and Blacktown.

The boy was apparently also forced to apologize for the postcode ’27’, which consists of the suburbs of Mt Druitt and Doonside, part of Sydney’s westernmost ring of suburbs.

In social media posts, Dawson denied ever having put a finger on him.

‘It was not me who killed him … I had not put him to death,’ reads a statement from Dawson’s Facebook account.

Wearing a Lonsdale jumper and a black cap, Dawson agreed to be interviewed by 7News on the spot the day after the boy was found and rushed to the hospital.

Wearing a Lonsdale jumper and a black cap, Dawson agreed to be interviewed by 7News on the spot the day after the boy was found and rushed to the hospital.

Pictured: Several police cars arrived at Dawson's home Sunday afternoon

Pictured: Several police cars arrived at Dawson’s home Sunday afternoon

Later, she allegedly told former friends that she would ‘surrender to the police’ when they called to question her about the boy’s death.

In an audio heard by the Daily Mail Australia, Dawson was concerned about ‘losing everyone’ over the alleged incident.

Sydney rapper Big Kash has slammed the toxic culture that promoted and glorified violence among young fans.

‘This is the life that all your stupid rappers glorify for these little kids without telling them the consequences of this life … condolences to the family, nothing but pain and misery on that side of the fence,’ he said in a tribute post.

He was reportedly targeted after a fake pair of Airpods disappeared from Dawson's home last month

He was reportedly targeted after a fake pair of Airpods disappeared from Dawson’s home last month

Youth outreach group Junction Works has confirmed that Sydney’s brutal ‘postcode violence’ has now spread across the city’s scattered suburbs.

Beginning in the western suburbs, evil tribal identities appear based on where teens live throughout the city.

‘It is across the whole of western Sydney that this is happening,’ a spokesman said.

‘It’s an ongoing problem. It is mainly in the Guildford and Blacktown areas, but there have also recently been gang violence issues among young people in various postcodes in the Canterbury-Bankstown area. ‘

All six young people remain in court.

Youth information group Junction Works confirmed that Sydney's brutal 'postcode violence' was now spreading across the city's sprawling suburbs.  Pictured: OneFour

Youth information group Junction Works confirmed that Sydney’s brutal ‘postcode violence’ was now spreading across the city’s sprawling suburbs. Pictured: OneFour

The 21st District crew comes from the inner west of Harbor City and has millions of views online for their drill rap videos

The 21st District crew comes from the inner west of Harbor City and has millions of views online for their drill rap videos

Criminal psychologist explains why street violence is on the rise

Tim Watson-Munro, a criminal psychologist, said young people have always sought a sense of belonging and community in their peer group.

But he explained that this becomes dangerous when young people find ‘safety in numbers’ within dysfunctional groups.

‘This is leading to problems,’ he told The Daily Telegraph.

A former detective in New South Wales said increased violence in lower socioeconomic communities was often due to a sense of hopelessness.

‘A high proportion of public housing, a high proportion of migrants and a high proportion of unemployment in every city in the world is a recipe for disaster,’ said Western Sydney University, Drs. Mike Kennedy.

‘Governments leave it to the police to deal with so they do not have to take responsibility.’

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