Wounding


pawel_pusledzkiA POLISH father angered by sexual advances from a 60-year-old Torpoint man has been jailed for stabbing him numerous times and causing horrific injuries with a pair of scissors.

Pawel Pusledzki, 27, left the man for dead after the “frenzied attack” at his home in July last year.

The victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was beaten so severely during the attack that his skull was fractured and patterns from a walking stick were engraved on his skin.

He suffered serious injuries to his face and skull, stab wounds to his body, and a severe internal injury after being violated internally with a pair of 17cm-bladed scissors during the attack. The exact details of what happened are too horrific for the Cornish Guardian to print.

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AN attacker who thrust a glass into a man’s throat when trouble erupted in a bar, has been jailed for six-and-a-half years.

Ali Ahmad, 37, caused a serious wound to Simon Hewison’s neck, which required emergency surgery.

Mr Hewison, who had been at Ttonic bar in Sunderland city centre during a night out with friends in February, will be scarred for the rest of his life.

Newcastle Crown Court yesterday heard Mr Hewison was already on the ground after violence broke out in the pub when Ahmad attacked him.

The court heard he kicked him twice to the face, then used his glass to inflict the horrific wound.

Mr Recorder Simon Hirst told Ahmad: “You pulled your arm back, changed the grip on your glass and forced the glass into Mr Hewison’s throat while he was on the floor.

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A FAILED asylum-seeker who stabbed another man in his leg with a screwdriver during a confrontation in a city centre has been jailed for 12 months.

Rami Bader, 23, of Moor Street, West Bromwich, had pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to unlawful wounding and two charges of possessing an offensive weapons.

Prosecutor Richard Franck said that, after leaving a nightclub on July 8, James Green was in Far Gosford Street, Coventry where there was a confrontation between two groups of young men.

Everyone involved, including Mr Green, was ‘rather drunk,’ and at various stages he ended up scuffling with members of both sides.

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Three gang members who took part in a mob attack on a vulnerable man, fracturing his skull, have been given custodial sentences totalling almost 15 years.

Majid Ali, 20, Syed Amar Shah, 18, and 16-year-old Mubashaer Ali were among a group of yobs who hurled stones and bricks at Matthew Ellis.

Mr Ellis, 41, whom Bradford Crown Court heard had significant mental illness, needed brain surgery after he was hit on the head with a rock. He also suffered a fractured arm.

The court was told he had been on his way home after spending the day metal detecting when he was attacked on a path near to Frizinghall Community Centre in Bradford in April last year.

After being hit by the stones, Mr Ellis was then struck on the arm with his own metal detector by Shah.

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AN INNOCENT bystander had to undergo a five hour operation to hold his skull together after being struck by glass in a Birmingham pub.

The 31-year-old victim had been in The Victoria on John Bright Street on the evening of 3 August, just days before his birthday, when it happened.

A glass was thrown at around 11:30pm which hit him on the cheek bone, causing stomach churning injuries.

He had to undergo major surgery, including the insertion of four titanium plates into his head and over 60 staples to his face.

Separate micro-stitches had to be used on the victim’s eye socket following extensive damage caused by the impact of the glass.

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“MERCILESS” thugs left a mentally ill Blackbird Leys man for dead after robbing him of £20 cash.

Abdul Adan, 21, and Michael Edwards, 25, attacked schizophrenic Kirk Smith,34, in his Balfour Road home.

Adan hit himwith the butt of an army knife, breaking his nose, before stabbing him four times.

Mr Smith nearly died of his wounds which bared his intestines and caused his lung to collapse.

Yesterday, Adan, of no fixed address, was sentenced at Oxford Crown Court to eight and a half years in prison.

Edwards, of Hollow Way, Cowley, was given three-and-a-half years.

Sentencing, Judge Patrick Eccles said: “The two of you went to the home of Kirk Smith, a man of 33 with learning difficulties and a psychiatric illness.

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Victim Les Bowes

A MAN has told how his neck was broken by a taxi driver in a savage attack.

Les Bowes was beaten with a metal bar by the black-cab driver, breaking two bones in his neck and three in his face.

Doctors said he could have been killed or paralysed.

Mr Bowes, 57, said: “I know I have been very lucky. I could have died or been in a wheelchair for the rest of my life.

“The doctors said I was very seriously injured.”

The taxi driver, Pishtiwan Hamed, has admitted unlawfully wounding Mr Bowes and is due to be sentenced next month.

Mr Bowes spent two weeks in hospital, undergoing surgery to fit a 4in screw in his neck to hold his bones in place.

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