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Man Subjected To Dark Age Torture For Months By Gang Who Made Him Eat His Own…


What could possibly drive people to do such a thing to another human being??

When I hear anything that has to do with torturing someone, the image that comes to my mind is a dark dungeon or basement with cold floors and walls, no windows, no nothing, being tied to a pole and tossed down there to rot.

Images of what could’ve possibly happened to this man is beyond me.  I hope the people who have committed this crime get what they deserve. This world is filled with cruel people, but this is just straight evil and outrageous at its most.

A defenseless father-of-two was tortured and murdered.  He was also forced to eat one of his testicles by a gang of four people he thought were his friends, a court heard.

Jimmy Prout, 45, was forced to undergo months of ‘Dark Ages’ abuse by the group before they dumped his body on a wasteland, which was told to a jury.

This gang was Ann Corbett, 26, Zahid Zaman, 43, Myra Wood, 50, and Kay Rayworth, 56,…all denied murdering Jimmy and causing or allowing death of the weak man.

All four suspects have pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice.

The jury at Newcastle Crown Court heard the group of five had a strange relationship which had developed an almost ‘cultish dimension’.
It is alleged a series of events in late 2015 created tensions which led to a number of serious assaults against Mr. Prout, which included him having his teeth knocked out with a hammer and chisel.
Paul Greaney QC, prosecuting, said: ‘In effect, over a period of time, Jimmy Prout was not just mistreated, he was tortured.
‘The prosecution case is that the four defendants took part in that violence against Jimmy Prout, either inflicting injuries directly or assisting or encouraging the other members of the group to do so.
‘In the end, this conduct was to cause the death of Jimmy Prout.’
He added: ‘Awfully, on one occasion, Jimmy Prout’s scrotum was sliced open and his testicle was removed; he was then forced to eat it.’
Mr. Greaney said the evidence suggested Mr. Prout died on February 9 2016, and his body was dumped on wasteland 100 meters from his home where it began to decompose and was partly eaten by animals.

The group then allegedly set about covering their tracks as well as fleecing his bank account, asking people if they had seen Mr. Prout as they pretended to look for him.

Eventually on March 25, the police received a call from Zaman in which he claimed Corbett had attacked him and killed Mr. Prout, in an attempt to ‘throw her to the wolves’.
On attending 35 St Stephen’s Way, North Tyneside, officers found Zaman, Rayworth and Wood, who claimed to have letters written by Corbett confessing to the murder.
Mr. Greaney told jurors it was ‘pure theatre’ and invention because they all knew Mr. Prout had been dead for more than six weeks.

The court heard Mr. Prout was the sixth of eight children and lived a simple life, fathering two children, and was liked by the people who knew him.
He started to live as a tenant at 75 St Stephen’s Way, which was owned by Rayworth, and he soon became integrated into the group.
Zaman and Rayworth lived at number 35, having at one stage been partners, but Zaman had since become involved with Wood, who along with Corbett also lived at number 75.

Tensions arose when Zaman believed Mr. Prout had played some part in a theft committed by Corbett’s brother Ivan.
‘He was not able to get Ivan Corbett, who had moved away, and so Jimmy Prout became an easy target,’ said Mr. Greaney.
Zaman, who uses a wheelchair, was described as vengeful and controlling and was determined to get his own back.
Mr. Greaney said: ‘The group considered that Jimmy Prout deserved punishment and the punishment he received was brutal in nature.
‘He was repeatedly assaulted and subjected to dreadful indignities.
‘In fact, we do not understand the defendants to deny that this is so. They accept that Jimmy Prout was assaulted, but each of them wishes to reduce his or her own involvement in events, seeking to blame one or more of the others.
‘In truth they were in it together.’

The result to this tragedy is quite gruesome if you ask me, a lot of blaming going on, although they already know what they did and who was apart of what. This man regardless of what he did, should not have gone out of this world like that; he had children who needed him and people who loved and like him. This is just some sad acts of pure hate and revenge. I do hope all that were apart of this get what they deserve.


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