"I just remember the first punch and woke up in a pool of blood. Police said he continued punching me after I was unconscious... My face is very sore and what happened is all still in my head; a TV programme can bring it flooding back. It's just lucky none of us has died and then there's all the women he may have attacked in the future."Immediately after each robbery, Easy took his victims' cash to a bookmaker's shop or greyhound track where he would gamble it all away. He was tried at Middlesex Guildhall Crown Court and was jailed for ten years. Judge David Inman said he was 'a severe danger to women in public places.' Janet, who watched from the public gallery as Easy was sentenced, said she felt lucky to be alive.
"When it first happened I wanted to die and actually wished he had killed me because I was suffering so much... He will come out in seven years and I am sure he will do it all again."You're right, Janet.Which will suit the creatures at the top of the tree just fine.
The Police believe Easy was responsible for many more vicious muggings than those for which he was tried.Before and after pictures of Janet and the creature responsible for her disfigurement can be seen below: