The pair were sentenced to 28 months in jail and told by a judge: 'It is a sickening case.' Springer hit Mr Liddell on the head with a hammer and repeatedly said: 'I want to kill him, I want to hit him'.
She did not make full contact with Mr Liddell, but left a lump on his head and then hit him with a bottle after Williams said 'you'd better hit him with a bottle, knock him out'.
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He was then threatened with a knife and told: 'If you move you're going to get stabbed'.
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Springer then proceeded to hit the victim over the head with a bottle after Williams told her, “You’d better hit him with a bottle, knock him out.” Even more horrifying, Liddell could hear the girls on the phone telling their friends they were going to kill someone before he was knocked unconscious.
The victim continued to be tortured even after passing out, as he was dragged throughout the house, stripped, thrown into a cold bath, and threatened with electric tools.[T]he victim banged on the walls to try and draw attention to his attack in the hope someone would save him.