Kathryn Smith might have thought she got off easy with a 24 year prison sentence instead of the death penalty. Smith was found guilty of stomping her 21-month- daughter, Ayeeshia, to death.
However, Smith’s fellow inmates at the notorious Foston Hall women’s prison in Derbyshire, England, didn’t think the punishment was severe enough.
The violent inmates of Foston Hall were desperate to exact justice on the despicable young mother for the brutally savage murder of her helpless toddler. They plotted a vicious attack that they even nicknamed “Revenge for Ayeeshia.”
According to reports, she screamed in agony as she was “maimed in a brutal four-minute assault that saw her punched, kicked, and knifed”.
Smith was jumped by 10 inmates in a stairwell. During the jail attack, which was mostly carried out by two women, Smith’s face was slashed by a homemade knife, leaving a two centimeter stab wound on her cheek.
“There had been a lot of talk about attacking Smith, but most people wouldn’t go through with it as they don’t want time added on to their sentences,” a source told The Mirror. “But these two really went for it and left her in a bad way.”
Although Smith’s life was spared, she will be living in constant fear for the next 24 years.
Mad World News reports:
Kathryn Smith probably thought she had gotten off pretty easy when she was sentenced to prison, rather than death, after stomping her 21-month-old daughter to death in one of the most horrific crimes ever committed. However, her fellow inmates decided that her punishment wasn’t enough, and they just gave the monstrous mother a much-needed dose of old-fashioned prison justice.