A sadistic pensioner who forced kids to drink bleach mixed with juice and shower in scalding hot water during a reign of historic child abuse has been jailed. Sick Sandra Clayton, 70, subjected the children to regular beatings and tormented them during a catalog of offenses between the early ’70s and mid-’80s. A court heard...
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