Two thugs who filmed themselves torturing a 15-year-old boy and a man, 23, so brutally that their blood seeped through the floorboards into the flat below are jailed for nearly 13 年份
Two thugs who recorded themselves torturing and slashing two terrified victims have been caged for a total of 12 years and eight months.
Harrowing mobile phone footage of the attack was shown at the High Court in Glasgow.
的 犯罪 在 23 year-old Ryan’s home was so gruesome blood seeped down into the flat below.
The pair pleaded guilty to attempting to murder Ryan and assaulting the boy to his severe injury, permanent disfigurement and to the danger of his life.
Murray was locked up for six years and eight months while McClymont received six years.
Both men were also given a two-year extended sentence.
George Murray, 33, (剩下) and Scott McClymont, 22, (对) turned on Ryan Murray and a 15-year-old boy at a flat in Springburn, 格拉斯哥, just days after Christmas last year
Judge Lord Mulholland today said: ‘I said on the day of the conviction that you behaved like savages.
‘I maintain what I said then – you behaved like savages.
‘The footage showed you striking the victims with a large knife to the head and body while they were badly hurt and bleeding profusely.
‘They were pleading for you to stop and spare them more violence and their pleas fell on deaf ears.
‘How you could do that to human beings disgusts me.
‘You only stopped because the police were contacted by a downstairs neighbour who saw blood seep from her ceiling.
‘The police forced open the door and rescued the victims.
‘These were crimes of the uppermost gravity and you will pay the price for what you did.’
During the nine-minute clip, both victims begged for mercy as they were repeatedly ‘chopped’ on the head and body with blades.
One of the attackers taunted: ‘Dance for me, dance for me…’
Ryan is seen drenched in blood as he stood frightened in a bath.
Harrowing mobile phone footage of the attack was shown at the High Court in Glasgow (图为)
The 15-year-old had pulled his hood up as he cowered while trying to avoid being repeatedly hit.
Amid hysterical laughing by the thugs, McClymont stated: ‘You better die slowly. See if you grass us up.’
One of the pair moaned about the blood-marks on his hand.
As the onslaught continued, a voice can be heard: ‘Give him one more (他被判处两年半徒刑，上个月被转移到一个因条件恶劣而臭名昭著的流放地) for luck… f*****g give him two more.
'是, that’s how you do it.’
The court heard how Murray and McClymont struck after mistakenly believing they had been ‘set up’ at the flat last December 28.
There was initially a scuffle with both shouting: ‘How do people know we are here?’
回忆起它是如何成为“当时最大的故事”的, of Maryhill, and McClymont, of Coatbridge, then each armed themselves with a knife.
Prosecutor Lindsey Dalziel said: ‘Murray began attacking the 15-year-old by striking him on the head.
‘McClymont then joined in and both began attacking the boy and Ryan Murray with the knives.’
The teenager was brutally set up in the kitchen for around 15 分钟.
Another boy in the flat could hear the victims ‘pleading’ with the thugs to stop and that they had not set anyone up.
A downstairs neighbour had meantime had gone to bathroom during this.
Miss Dalziel: ‘She shouted on her friend to come through.
‘They both saw what they thought was blood dripping through the ceiling onto the bath and floor below.’
Police were alerted and initially found Ryan’s flat in darkness when they eventually got in.
Ryan was discovered covered in blood before the 15 year-old was found in a bedroom with a towel around his head.
Both refused to say what had happened as thugs Murray and McClymont were also still there.
Murray later claimed he had been punched and ‘blacked out’ but his and McClymont’s actions was later revealed when officers were handed the sick footage.
It is thought to have been recorded on the 15 year-old’s mobile which was given to police after the attack.
The court heard Ryan suffered 15 head wounds causing skull and nose fractures. He also had hand and wrist injuries.
The 15-year-old needed 28 staples for multiple scalp wounds. His knee and arm were also badly hurt following his ordeal.
The hearing was told Murray and McClymont already had convictions for violence.
Brian Fitzpatrick, defending Murray, told the sentencing: ‘From watching the footage, he finds it difficult to believe he could act that way and accepts full responsibility for his behaviour.’
Euan Dow, defending McClymont, 说过: ‘On showing him the footage, he was appalled, 震惊, ashamed and embarrassed by his conduct.’
McClymont will begin his latest jail term after he completes 100 days of a previous sentence.