A DISABLED teenager who was allegedly abducted, tortured and thrown off a bridge by a group of former friends has told of how she thought she would die. Kayla Kendrigan has given an interview with A Current Affairto air on Tuesday, and said she's still recovering from the horror last weekend. A promo of the interview shows the teenager's emotional parents telling of their disbelief at what their daughter went through.
New Delhi: A year-old girl, who went missing last week after she left the house for tuition, has been found dead. Her body has been mutilated with objects thrust into her. Her liver and lungs were ruptured.
A Derby man has been jailed for his part in the repulsive torture of a year-old with learning difficulties. Tony Cole, of Cornwall Road, pleaded guilty to false imprisonment after a group he was in stripped the victim down and poured boiling water over him repeatedly. The ringleader of the group, Brandon Whelpton, even filmed the horrific attack on his phone and sent them to a girl saying, "this is what happens when you grass".
The then year-old was chased in front of stunned pedestrians before being driven to a flat and stabbed with a needle he was told contained heroin. A Kilburn member of a drugs gang helped chase a terrified teenager down the street before kidnapping him and torturing him at a flat, a court heard. The men, allegedly including Agon Metrama, 21, of Garlinge Road, chased the then year-old victim Abdulrahman Hassan along a pavement in Ashford, Middlesex, before bundling him into a car in front of shocked pedestrians.
The teen was allegedly beaten for two hours before being told to strip naked. Surrounded by a group of 10 mostly high school students, Liu, who was attending Oxford School, a private high school for international students, was slapped, doused with water and pulled to the ground by her hair. One of the girls allegedly attempted to set her hair on fire but couldn t do it because her hair was wet.
Shanda Renee Sharer June 6, — January 11, was an American girl who was tortured and burned to death in MadisonIndiana by four teenage girls. She was 12 years old at the time of her death. The incident attracted international attention due to both the brutality of the murder and the young age of the perpetrators, who were aged between 15 and 17 years old.
AN autistic boy was kidnapped, tortured, bashed and sexually assaulted after he was allegedly set upon by two young girls during a depraved attack in suburban Townsville. The year-old boy was riding home after fishing in a creek, when he was pulled from his bike and dragged into a house that was under construction on Sunday, The Townsville Bulletin reports. He was then subjected to a prolonged and humiliating assault allegedly at the hands of two girls, aged just 13 and
Two Maryland teenagers tortured a year-old autistic boy with a knife, forced him to engage in a sex act "beyond comprehension" and even filmed the cruel deeds for a still undetermined reason, police allege. Lauren Bush, 17, and her year-old accomplice were arrested by the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Department. The suspects recorded themselves assaulting their mentally challenged victim by pointing a knife to his throat, making him walk across a frozen pond and not helping when he fell in multiple times and kicking him in the groin, Cameron said.
Angela Wrightson, an alcoholic who craved company and regularly invited strangers into her home in the hope of conversation, was murdered last year by the two girls in her own living room. She would often sit on the doorstep of her Hartlepool home talking to passersby. A court heard that she had allowed children to drink and smoke in her home, making her a popular figure among some in the area.
Two teenagers who kidnapped a schoolgirl and subjected her to 17 hours of torture have been jailed. Caylen Candy and Chyanne Powell forced their victim, who was 14 at the time and can not be named, to strip naked at knife point, masturbate and sit in a cold bath. They also poured salt down her throat while filming the whole episode on their phones, according to The Times. When the victim asked why they were torturing her, they replied "It is just a bit of fun," according to The Hertfordshire Mercury.