MacKean gets 2 years for sexually assaulting chained-up Nova Scotia teen

Media work in front of the Bridgewater, N.S. courthouse. (Sándor Fizli/QMI AGENCY file photo)

Media work in front of the Bridgewater, N.S. courthouse. (Sándor Fizli/QMI AGENCY file photo)

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, Last Updated: 12:05 PM ET

The mother of a teen boy who was kidnapped, chained up and raped in a remote Nova Scotia cabin said her son carries knives around their home, never feels safe and has angry outbursts.

At the sentencing hearing of John Leonard MacKean, 65, who was found guilty of sexually assaulting the boy, the mother told the court the attack has left her "with a child who is traumatized," CTV correspondent Jackie Foster tweeted from the court Tuesday.

"Not only did you rape a young boy, but you raped his body...his soul... his future. And that's something that cannot be fixed," the mother said, looking at MacKean.

MacKean didn't speak during his sentencing.

The married father with two children was sentenced to two years in prison and three years' probation, Foster tweeted. He is also banned from owning weapons for 10 years and must provide a DNA sample.

Two men took the 16-year-old boy from Halifax to a remote shack in September 2012, chained him and raped him for 10


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