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Woman offered ‘lifeline’ by judge after role in brutal Auckland home invasion – New Zealand Herald

The intruders asked the terrified residents: “Who wants to die first?”

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Amritpal Singh needed two facial stitches after an intruder hit and cut him. Photo / Dean PurcellA young woman who took part in a frenzied home invasion is the inevitable product of chronic abuse and gang-related depravity, a judge says.
But Shaynee Manuel, 24, was offered a lifeline when sentenced at the High Court in Auckland for her role in the violent 2019 Onehunga burglary.
The court on Tuesday heard one of the five victims had since moved overseas and another two moved house.
All suffered…

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