Two care assistants who have been jailed for more than two years were found guilty of of the ill-treatment of extremely vulnerable adults, with limited communication abilities and a range of physical disabilities including blindness.
All the incidents of abuse by James Hinds, and Susan Murphy happened in a period between January 2005 and March 2007.
Hinds was convicted of 10 charges and acquitted of a further nine after the jury of five men and seven women deliberated for two days.
Murphy was found guilty of 15 charges and was cleared of a further five.
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