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Horrifying photos show aftermath of petrol bomb attack on family home that killed four sleeping children and destroyed bedroomToday, Bolland and Worrall were found guilty of murdering the four siblings as police released footage of the pair fleeing from the scene of the attack.Brierley wept in the dock as she was found not guilty of murdering the kids in the Greater Manchester fire, but convicted of manslaughter in each case.Members of the Pearson family gasped and hissed “Yes” in the public gallery as the verdicts were delivered at Manchester Crown Court this afternoon.Many were wearing T shirts featuring pictures of the four kids.Michelle, 36, her son Kyle Pearson, 17, and his pal, Bobby Harris, all survived the fire at the three bedroom mid terrace home in Walkden, Salford.Bolland, his girlfriend Brierley and dad of one Worrall had each denied four counts of murder, as well as three counts of attempted murder relating to Michelle and the two boys.Bolland had admitted reckless arson, a charge denied by the others.Jurors had retired to consider their verdicts on Monday.Today, Paul Reid QC, prosecuting, gave the court an update on Michelle, who was severely injured in the fire and is now suffering from an infection in hospital.The QC said the mum was able at times to get out of bed, although one of her eyes had been stitched shut because of her injuries.He revealed that she had suffered from a number of infections in the past, and that she had one at the moment.”The prognosis is if she were to suffer another infection. There’s a real risk that she may not survive,” said Mr Reid.Trial judge Mr Justice William Davis mentioned news reports saying that Michelle had been told her children had died.Responding to the judge’s words, Mr Reid explained there was a question as to whether she had absorbed the information.As well as four counts of murder, callous Bolland was convicted of three counts of attempted murder by jurors.Worrall was convicted of murdering Demi, Brandon, Lacie and Lia, but found not guilty of three counts of attempted murder.Demi, Brandon, Lacie and Lia: The four ‘angels’Demi, Brandon, Lacie and Lia all perished after two lit petrol bombs were tossed inside their home just weeks before Christmas.The children, who had been asleep, suffered cardiac arrests and died as a result of a combination of smoke inhalation and burns.Their relatives have been left heartbroken by their deaths, while their mum remains in hospital more than five months later.Demi had undergone battles with ill health during her short life, but was a selfless “star”, the MEN reports. The teenager always helped her mother Michelle out with her younger siblings.Little Brandon, meanwhile, was clever, old beyond his years and “was going to be the next Stephen Hawking”, his relatives say.His younger sister, Lacie, was a “little diva” and always dancing.The youngest of the siblings, “so cute” Lia, adored Peppa Pig.She liked the TV show so much everyone was named Pig in the Pearson house: Mummy Pig, Demi Pig, Brandon Pig and Lacie Pig..