He was throttled with the electrical cord of some hair straighteners by Miss Williams, ” said the prosecutor. His head was pushed under the water and an electric drill was also taken into the bathroom and brandished by Miss Williams, who kept turning it on and off, revving it. The women took turns slapping and kicking him.
They forced him to stay there, threatening him and beating him, for 79 hours.
He heard Springer on the phone telling friends that she was about to kill someone, then he felt the first blow of a pole hitting him.
The victim was terrified and tried banging on the apartment walls in the hope that someone would call police.
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She then turned, locked the door and told him, You're going to die today.
Springer then threatened to kill him with a knife.
Springer, who is a mother, attempted to hit the victim on the head with a hammer as she screamed, I want to kill him, I want to hit him.
When he was invited to her apartment, he was excited to meet his lady love.
That's how the blind date from hell started for 77-year-old James Liddell.
Mr. Liddell lost consciousness for a while and started bleeding.
Tanisha Williams, a 75-year-old Greenwich University student, and her 75-year-old friend, Paige Springer, attacked the man in the apartment shortly after he arrived.
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