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Knife fiend slit pal's throat with craft blade in Asda in horrifying store floor revenge attackA man who sliced his pals throat in an Asda store has been caged for attempted murder. Knife fiend Wayne Walshaw launched the horrifying attack on his own friend i

n a twisted revenge plot. Wals

haw, 44, was jailed for 11 years at Leeds Crown Court tod

ay for the attack on fellow drinker John Secker. The jury at Leeds Crown Court were shown CCTV footage in the Mill Street West store in Dewsbury which captured the moment Walshaw tried to kill Mr Secker in a revenge attack.

Simon Waley prosecuting said a police officer witnessed the event in the early hours of March 11 and saw Walshaw grab Mr Secker from behind, force his head up and in a slashing movement cut him across the neck with a craft knife. “The officer described his b

ehaviour as appearing to be controlled, calm and measured,” he said. Acc

ording to the Huddersfield Examiner

, Mr Secker was given assistance at the scene to stem the bleeding while Walshaw asked “Have I killed him?” and said it was in response to what had been done previously to his face. Mr Secker was

taken to Leeds General Infirmary and f

ound to have a six-inch laceration across his throat which required surgery to close it but had not damaged the windpipe or major b

lood vessels. Walshaw had earlier been drinking cider with Mr Secker at his home in Mountain Crescent, Thornhill, and when they were joined by a third man he described them both as “having had a skinful. The attack happened at an Asda store in Dewsbury Mr Secker said as Walshaw became increasingly drunk he became increasingly aggressive and told the jury

at one point they scuffled. “He put his hand on my neck, I reta金光佛像图片 liated and hit him in the face in order to get him off me.” He said the three of them went to Asda for some lagers having finished their cider. Inside the store he sai

d he went to the toilet and was waiting for the other two to come out. “The next thing I rem

ember is being laid on my back with a police officer and some Asda

staff putting compression on my neck to stop the bleeding. “I didn’t actually know I had been cut, I just felt a burning sensation then I remember looking up at the ASDA ceiling until a paramedic and ambulance arrived.” Walshaw’s defence claimed because he was heavily intoxicated, had taken medication and because of the earlier assault on him could not have formed the necessary intention to kill or cause serious injury. The jury unanimously convicted Walshaw, 44, of attempted murder. Mohammed Nawaz representing him said his actions were spontaneous in drink and something he regretted. He was now determined to stay aw

ay from alcohol when he was eventually released. Mr Justice Goss said he accepted there had been an assault by the complainant earlier during a heavy drinking session and in a “state of considerable intoxication you decided to produce the craft knife you carried in your pocket.” He had cut the throat of Mr Secker “intending on

the jury’s verdict to kill him. Fortunately you didn’t succeed in your intention.”

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