Two thugs who broke every bone in a disabled grandmother’s face have been jailed for 37-years for the sick attack.
Barbara Dransfield was left with a fractured skull , fighting for her life in a coma and on a life-support machine.
Now Nathan Clark and Stephen Mortin the sick and twisted attackers who battered her with a baseball bat after breaking into her house Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester.
The beat up Barbara who had a prosthetic leg while she was sitting in her wheelchair as her son owed them £100 for cannabis.
The pair sent a number of threatening messages leading up to the attack with one final message reading “My guys off to your mam’s now.”
Clark aged 24 was jailed for 19 years after he admitted conspiracy to rob and grievous bodily harm.
Mortin aged 23 was convicted of the same offences and sentenced to 18 years.
Barbara, who has still not fully recovered from the attack almost one year on, sobbed as she spoke about the incident following the court hearing
“That’s all they wanted, money, money, money,” she said. “I kept saying I’ve got none but I was hit again and again.
“The smaller one was baseball batting me and the other one threatened to slash me if I didn’t give him money because that’s all they were asking for, money.
“Why did they do it when they knew I was disabled? It’s not as if I could fight back. I can’t accept my face because it’s still numb all over and I have been told it could take two to five years before I get the feeling back.”