The dramatic images show the time when prosecutors say that a three-year-old boy had an acid on him in a busy store.
The boy, who can not be identified for legal reasons, suffered serious engravings on his face and arm at the Home Bargains store in Worcester on July 21 last year, during a country custody dispute.
His 40-year-old father is conspiring to carry out the acid attack, along with six others.
This is the moment when a suspected acid attacker is said to have sprayed a corrosive substance on a three-year-old boy at a Home Bargains store
The CCTV shows the alleged attack from another angle, with Adam Cech accused (circle) holding the arm and the boy (blurry) running toward his mother
A trial jury in Worcester Crown Court told him how the injured boy yelled "wounded" over and over, after being hit.
On Thursday, the jurists were shown in the CCTV video of the store capturing the moment in which the incident took place.
The attack occurred in a matter of seconds while the boy was standing with his brother looking at soccer toys.
The crown claimed that the father, whose wife was about to leave him and bring her children in April 2016, "enlisted others" to attack the boy in an attempt to gain more contact with the child by painting it as an "unsuitable mother ".
While the clip was played, the child's father, sitting on the dock, wore a cloth face to face.
The CCTV shows the moments before the attack, when the boy and his older brother played with soccer balls in a store
The assailant attacker Cech and one of his alleged accomplices are seen at the store at the time
The alleged attacker is watching his cell phone in the seconds after the alleged attack
In front of the same charge are Adam Cech, 27, Jan Dudi, 25, and Martina Badiova, 22, all from Birmingham; Norbert Pulko, 22, and Saied Hussini, 42, both from London; and Jabar Paktia, 42, of Wolverhampton.
Everyone denies the claim.
In his opening last week, prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC said that the boy's mother had led the store with his children about 2 o'clock in the evening to buy a party gift.
Roadside CCTV played in the court showed its followed by a Vauxhall Vectra silver, supposedly containing Cech, Dudi and Pulko.
At 1330 hours, she and the children entered the store, followed by the three men, with the CCTV store that shows Cech approaching the victim.
Both guys were looking at a bright soccer screen at the end of a runner.
A cutting sketch that shows (from left to right) Norbert Pulko, Saied Hussini, father of the child (who can not be identified), Martina Badiova, Adam Cech, Jabar Paktia and Jan Dudi
Pulko (on the left) is said to have made the attempt aborted. Cech (right) is accused of carrying out an attack on the child
The victim could be pointing towards the balls, with his brother doing practice kicks, like a man with a white shirt, identified in the court as Cech, passed the victim with an extended arm and an object in his hand.
When Cech came out of the picture, the victim could be seen looking quickly towards him before running to his mother nearby.
Mr. Rees told the jurors: "What you just saw is the person with a white shirt – you can just take the time when your arm extends.
"This really is the center of this case. That's the acid attack. It ended in a fraction of a second.
"You have, in shooting, Mr. Cech – there are no disputes about it – extending the arm towards the boy."
Mr Rees added: "Her mother was a short distance as the attack was carried out, and her sister heard the victim cry:" I hurt, I hurt myself, injured. "
The boy suffered a 10 cm burn at his left forearm and a 3 cm burn on his forehead, which needed a specialized hospital treatment.
The images show Saied Hussini (left), Norbert Pulko and Martina Badiova on a sudden abortion day, days before the incident Home Bargains
The prosecutors also claimed that Hussini, Pulko and Badiova were involved in an "aborted" attempt near a school, eight days before the store attack.
Witnesses were so worried about the "suspected activity" of the trio that took pictures, which were part of the prosecution's case.
The jurors also knew that the father sent an image with the text "Nailed It!" to an alleged co-conspirator, hours after his son has been injured.
Passing for alleged contact details between the accused, Mr. Rees said the cell phone location of mobile phones showed that Dudi, Cech and Pulko were leaving the area near Home Bargains, immediately after the incident.
The evidence of the telephone call logs presumably proved that Pulko called Paktia, before Paktia called her child's father about 20 minutes after the attack.
The CCTV picture shows what the accusation says is an "abortion-acid attack" in a Worcester school, days before an acid attack by a three-year-old boy in a Bargains home store in the city. The victim and her mother are erased for legal reasons
It is claimed that Pulko then met Paktia somewhere in the Birmingham area around 5.20pm.
Approximately an hour later, the location of the cells showed that Paktia and father's phones were "back in the Wolverhampton area," Judge Rees told jurors.
The prosecutors also filed the court with "stickers sent with motifs and images," from the father of the victim to Paktia, later that night.
The first one showed a cartoon image about what seemed to be a deer, leaning against and reassuring a tear-fox.
Mr. Rees said: "At 9:15 p.m., he (the father of the boy) sends a label to Paktia. An animal comforting a fox that has his head in his hands.
"And then, the second one is sent, one minute after the first, again to Paktia. It is an adhesive that has a lady with the motif" Nailed It! ".
The trial continues.
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