THE mum of missing toddler Ben Needham has been warned that the body of her son could be discovered in pieces.It emerged today that cops investigating the tot’s disappearance are probing new claims Ben was crushed to death by a digger.The Sheffield youngster disappeared on the Greek island of Kos in July 1991 while on holiday with his family.Kerry, 43, said her “worst nightmare is coming”, The Mirror reported.”They’ve told me they may not be looking for a complete skeleton. I felt sick.”It was, and still is, an unimaginable horror. The fact that he is dead (would) destroy me, but if it was a painful and horrible death that would crucify me even more.”The paper reported cops were planning to search for a small silver buckle from a pair of the tot’s sandals. Her comments come as the son of the digger driver, Valantis Barkas, claimed his father Konstantinos is only being blamed because he is not alive to defend himself.He told MailOnline: “My father wouldn’t harm an ant, let alone a little child. My father has testified at the police about what he was doing at the time Ben went missing.”He even gave DNA sample when asked by the authorities. He helped out the police… Read full this story
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