Vile couple raped two young girls and forced them to eat their own sick
A DISGUSTING couple who raped two young girls and forced them to eat their own sick have been jailed.
24th February 2017
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Depraved Michael Miszczak, 54, and Sandra Jones, 52, from Newton-le-Willows, Merseyside, carried out a campaign of abuse on a pair of schoolgirls, which started when they were just eight.
This included beatings, torture and regularly sexually assaulting them.
A jury at Liverpool Crown Court heard Jones punched one of the victims in the groin while Misczak raped her.
“I don’t think I will ever forget listening to the evidence.”
Judge Anthony Watson QC
The abuse was so severe that the girls often vomited, and Miszczak would punish them by forcing them to eat it.
Miszczak would also regularly make the girls strip and fight each other before he raped them.
Prosecutors said the brute would then force them to drink alcohol and watch pornography to normalise his attacks.
SHAKEN: Judge Watson was deeply affected by the evidence
Fighting back tears, Judge Anthony Watson QC described the attacks as “wickedly cruel, chillingly heartless and utterly inhuman”.
He added: “I don’t think I will ever forget listening to the evidence.”
The defence told the jury that the girls were fantasists, but this was dismissed outright.
Miszczak was jailed for 25 years, and will serve at least 17 behind bars before being considered for parole.
Jones was jailed for 14 years and will spend a further year on licence.
A married couple who subjected two young girls to years of abuse, including forcing them to eat their own vomit, were today convicted of child cruelty.
The victims, now grown women, were “brainwashed,” raped and beaten by Michael Miszczak, 54, and his former wife Sandra Jones, 52, from before the age of eight, at a house in Newton-Le-Willows.
Liverpool Crown Court heard that on one occasion Jones punched one of the victims, as her then husband brutally raped the girl.
Today Miszczak shook his head as a jury returned unanimous guilty verdicts to 10 charges, including child rape, indecent assault and child cruelty.
Jones broke down in tears and sat down in the dock as she was convicted of four charges including aiding and abetting rape, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and child cruelty.
Judge Dennis Watson, QC, told the twisted pair: “The charges in the case are extremely serious and there is only one eventuality, immediate custody will follow.”
During the trial Michael Scholes, prosecuting, told the jury: “(One victim) said that they both had eating problems and frequently vomited. She said this was dealt with by both girls being required to eat their own and each other’s vomit.”
The jury heard the girls were both beaten by Jones, who left one with a black eye and a split head, while on one occasion Jones struck one of the victims to the head with a metal pole.
But both defendants dished out beatings, sometimes using a slipper or belt.
Mr Scholes said of one victim: “On one occasion she was pushed over and another incident, when she accidentally caused damage to a microwave oven, resulted in Sandra slapping her across the face and later that same day holding a knife to her throat. On another occasion she described wetting herself and Jones rubbing her face in her own urine.”
The jury heard Miszczak would force the girls to “toy fight” with each other and make them strip to the waist.
Mr Scholes said these fights appeared to be a “pretext” for sexual assaults, involving Miszczak touching the girls.
But over the course of several years the jury heard Miszczak repeatedly raped one of the girls, sometimes plying her with alcohol.
Mr Scholes said a witness also reported him mocking the girl after he was told she had tried to hang herself.
During the trial David Potter, defending Miszczak, and Bridget Bailey, defending Jones, suggested the girls were “fantasists” and had made up all the accusations.
One victim was accused of taking some of the allegations from the book ‘A Child Called It’, an account of child abuse by an American author which one of the victims was “obsessed with” as a child.
But the jury accepted the evidence of the two victims, who came forward separately years later, and told police of their suffering at the hands of the couple.
The twisted defendants were remanded in custody and are due to be sentenced on a date after February 17, to be fixed by the court.