The footage was taken in 2015 but has recently resurfaced online and has been viewed over 12million times worldwide.The Taekwondo creed is recited before classes to remind students of their obligation to the art, instructors, fellow students, people outside of their school, and to society at large.Luna was taken to Leeds General Infirmary where she died in intensive care on July 14, three days after the attack.A doctor concluded Luna had died after suffering head trauma, leaving her with 'catastrophic brain injuries.'Deane broke down when interviewed by police and admitted he was responsible for attacking the baby.
Richard Wright, QC, representing Deane, said there was no explanation for his client's behaviour.Michael Smith, prosecuting, said the injuries found on the baby included injuries to her brain, body and face.Mr Smith said: 'He said he was responsible for all of the injuries that she had suffered and he said that Luna had not settled down and he lost control.'Luna was born on July 9 this year and on the day after the attack Deane told Ms Bissett the baby had fallen.Mr Wright read a victim statement to the court on behalf of Luna's mother.It stated: 'Seeing Luna on life support in the hospital will last with me forever.'I can't describe how that felt.
Sophie, three, is a member of Leeds Taekwondo - and when she practices the Korean martial art - she isn't messing around.