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BREAKING: 'Punching machine Matthew Dean' jailed at Bradford Crown Court for brutal attack on a mother who suffered 86 injuries

BREAKING 'Punching machine Matthew Dean' jailed at Bradford Crown Court for brutal attack on a mother who suffered 86 injuries
'Punching machine Matthew Dean' jailed at Bradford Crown Court for brutal attack on a mother who suffered 86 injuries





'Punching machine Matthew Dean' jailed at Bradford Crown Court for brutal attack on a mother who suffered 86 injuries

A MAN labelled "Matthew Dean the punching machine" has been jailed for seven and a half years for a brutal, drug-fuelled attack on a vulnerable woman who was found dead at his home.
Dean, 34, was high on Spice and alcohol when he carried out a sustained and repeated assault on his on-off partner, Marie Johnston, leaving her with a traumatic brain injury and lacerated liver.
Miss Johnston, 44, had 86 recent visible injuries, including 25 to her head, face and neck, when paramedics pronounced her dead on April 2.


Dean, of Soaper Lane, Shelf, who was questioned by murder squad detectives, pleaded guilty to causing her grievous bodily harm with intent.
Today, Judge Jonathan Rose ruled that Dean posed a significant risk of serious harm and sentenced him to a three year extended licence period.
Miss Johnston, who called Dean "Matthew Dean the punching machine" had alerted the police to previous violence at his hands but never wanted to follow up the complaints.
Bradford Crown Court heard that witnesses described seeing injuries on her she said Dean had caused.
Prosecutor Tim Capstick said that when Dean called the emergency services, they found Miss Johnston lying fully clothed on the bedroom floor.



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