Sleepover killer Damien Bendall ‘SMASH the skull of a fellow inmate’ with a claw hammer in prison workshop’

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Damien Bendall has reportedly left a fellow inmate fighting for their life after smashing their skull with a claw hammer in a prison workshop.

Crimes of Bendall

Bendall, 34, brutally killed his partner Terri Harris, 35, as well as her children John Paul Bennett, 13, and 11-year-old Lacey Bennett at the mother’s home in Killamarsh, Derbyshire, in 2021.

Terri Harris and her children

He also killed Lacey’s friend Connie Gent, also 11, who was staying over for a sleepover in the horrifying massacre. 

He Raped 11-year-old Girl

Fuelled by cocaine, Bendall went on to rape 11-year-old Lacey as she lay dying – then stole John Paul’s games console and took it to a dealer to exchange for drugs. 

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The Attack in Prison Yard

Now again, the sleepover killer is said to have bludgeoned his inmate victim three or four times and they may not survive, per The Sun

‘This is a shocking and horrendous attack even by the standards of Frankland, which is a grim and violent place,’ a source said. 

Police are understood to have been investigating Friday’s alleged attack at Frankland Prison in County Durham. 

The Prison Service said: ‘We cannot comment on a live police investigation but prisoners who are violent face tough punishments.’ 

Bendall was given a whole-life tariff for killing his four victims the previous year at a house in Killamarsh, Derbyshire. 

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