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son kills innocent man, mom says it was accident and no big deal, asks why the fuss.

Saw this in morning paper and knew I had to boot and get this out of my system, in a manner of speaking.

On Tuesday I posted an article about some poor guy who was punched, fell to the ground, hit his head on the pavement and died.  It could have been an unintended consequence but there was no reason at all, for the mud person to hit the fellow to begin with.  In fact if you look at the photos, the victim was glancing away from the killer when he struck. But no matter. Two things that matter are, 1) the thug’s mother who has said, “It’s no big deal” and asks, “why all the fuss?”

The hand that rocks the cradle indeed. 
Not that it excuses the murderous piece of filth we are encouraged to view as human, and cautioned about using language that may offend him because it’s always seen as racist to do so.

The second thing that matters and I think it matters a lot, is the judge in Winchester who sentenced the killer to four years.
Well … here’s a bit of judgy background on him.

He is the self same idiot judge who called for silence in court to commemorate the death of a gang member shot by police. This was the shooting of Mark Duggan which was the excuse used to riot and burn a few cities over the course of a week. 


Killing a man? ‘It’s no big deal’: A sneer from mother of thug who punched Asperger’s sufferer, as Attorney General is deluged with calls to increase sentence

· Andrew Young, 40, died in hospital after he was punched by Lewis Gill
· Mr Young had become involved in an argument with Gill’s friend
· Gill pleaded guilty to manslaughter and was jailed for four-and-a-half years
· Now his mother has said she did not know ‘what all the fuss was about’

By Rebecca Evans and Jack Doyle

The mother of a thug who killed an autistic man dismissed his crime as ‘no big deal’ last night.

In a display of callous indifference, Sherron O’Hagan said she did not know ‘what all the fuss was about’.

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Her son Lewis Gill killed Andrew Young with a single punch in an unprovoked attack captured on CCTV.
He was given just four years but a public outcry may lead to a longer sentence.
The Attorney General says he will examine whether the jail term was too short.

Dominic Grieve’s office was deluged with more than 110 complaints within hours of the case becoming public.
Mr Young’s mother Pamela has dismissed the sentence as an ‘absolute joke’ – Gill could even be free within two years.

But Mrs O’Hagan, speaking from her home in Sutton, South London, yesterday insisted her son was a ‘good kid’. 

The 41-year-old mother of three told the Mail: ‘It was just an accident. It’s not a big deal. This will all be forgotten tomorrow. He’s my son, what do you want me to say? He didn’t mean to kill him and that’s that.’

Mrs O’Hagan, who was not married to Gill’s father Richard McKenzie, added: ‘This story will be the lining of chips tomorrow. I just don’t understand what all the fuss is about.’

Gill, a convicted robber, punched 40-year-old Mr Young to the ground on a busy Bournemouth street on November 6 last year.
Shocking CCTV footage shows him calmly walking forward to deliver the deadly punch after Mr Young reprimanded his friend for cycling on the pavement.

But Judge stays silent over short sentence

The judge who sent Lewis Gill to prison for just four years did not respond to criticism of what has been called an ‘extremely lenient’ sentence.
Keith Cutler, 63, refused to discuss the case yesterday at Winchester Crown Court where he spent the day hearing a trial into an alleged conspiracy to commit blackmail.

The judge has however previously spoken about his approach to sentencing.

He has said in an interview: ‘Every offence has its different features, every mitigation has its own strengths and all those elements are brought into sentencing.’
He added: ‘Some cases get to you. When I come out of court, I say “That’s it. I’ve made my decision.  If I am wrong the Court of Appeal will deal with it”.’
The father of two, who is a lay canon at Salisbury Cathedral, has also defended his sometimes controversial approach to the legal process.

This was most notable in his handling of the inquest into the shooting of Mark Duggan, where he held a 20-second silence to commemorate the gangster’s death.
The judge admits that he enjoys having the power to show leniency but he reacted angrily to ministerial criticism of ‘soft’ sentencing back in 2006 when he was secretary of the Council of Circuit Judges.

In October 2004, he handed teenager Louis Moroncini an 18-month supervision order for striking Beverley Brennan round the head with a 4ft wooden pole during a robbery.

Judge Cutler told the defendant: ‘You know, and I know, that you richly deserve custody and you would have got three years. But you must know that if you fail me and go wrong on this order, you will be back before the courts.’

In September 2004, Abdel Atif Gholam, 29, an Afghan refugee who had no licence or insurance when he veered on to the wrong side of the road and killed a motorcyclist, was jailed by Judge Cutler for just two years.

The judge lives in a sprawling six-bedroom detached house in the heart of the English countryside.
Situated off a quiet lane, the £1million property offers picturesque views and has a well-tended garden packed with tall trees and ancient woodland.

source

Sure hope the cemetery poor Mr. Young is buried in, is as well tended as that garden mentioned above.  Were there a view that Young could see, I’m sure the view below would not make for anything “picturesque”. 
But it’s no big deal.

The so called justice system appears to have very little of that about it.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 02/27/2014 at 11:35 AM   
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