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"Get his fa

ce": Cowering prisoner punched and stamped on in horrifying jail cell attack footageA prisoner has been sprayed in the face and badly beaten inside a cell by a gang of fellow inmates. Footage, recorded inside HMP Forest Bank, shows prisoner Michael Bell being brutally attacked and was uploaded to the internet from behind bars. Bosses at the Salford pri

son say the incident has been referred to Greater Manchester Police. But the prisoner’s family is

demanding answers and say they cannot understand how the prisoners managed to target Bell, film the attack and upload it to the internet undetected, the Manchester Evening News reports. Bell, 24, has previous convictions and was recalled back to prison last year after breaching the terms of a court order. His sister Catherine Chapman says her brother only re

vealed

details of the attack to her after she saw the footage circulated online. The prisoner was attacked in his cell (Image: MEN Media) He says the men sprayed

him in the face before attacking him (Image: MEN Media) “I could tell it was my brother, I knew it was”, she said. “

It started getting circulated on Boxing Day. Even some family in London have seen it. “He said they came into his cell, pretended to be his friends, sprayed stuff in his face and beat him up. He didn’t know anything about the video.” The footage, which appears to have been filmed by another inmate,

shows four men kicking and punching Bell. As the attack continues an onlooker instructs the other prisoners to “Get his face”. “The people who beat him up, they filmed it,” she said. “How has it happened? The prison want to take responsibility for it. They’re supposed to keep him safe. “Their excuse to me was that they can’t watch every prisoner 24 hours a day.” (Image: Manchester evening news) It is understood that Bell is still being housed a

t the prison on Agecroft Road in Pendlebury. A spokesperson for HMP Forest Bank said: “I can confirm that an incident took place which has been referred to the police. It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.”

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