Woman gets prison time for 'horror' attack on suspected rapist

Dean Pritchard, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:22 PM ET

WINNIPEG -- A city woman was sentenced to two years in prison for her part in a five-on-one attack on a suspected rapist who was scorched with a hot knife as people yelled "burn him, burn him."

Lisa Bone-Spence, 21, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated assault in the March 13, 2013, beating in which the victim's face burned several times in an attack captured on video.

Court heard the victim was assaulted after he was caught allegedly raping an unconscious girl at a Balmoral Street drinking party.

A portion of the attack was captured on an iPod video, during which time the victim could be heard screaming, "I didn't do anything" while others yelled, "burn him, burn him."


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