Dad who threw “Haymaker-style” punch and stamped on teenager at skate park is jailed for 12 weeks

Bournemouth Echo: XMAS BEHIND BARS: Martyn Dashwood shouted out as sentence was passed XMAS BEHIND BARS: Martyn Dashwood shouted out as sentence was passed

A DAD who knocked out a 15-year-old boy and then stamped on him at a Poole skate park will spend Christmas behind bars.

Father-of-three Martyn Dashwood, 32, of Oak Drive, Poole, was handed the sentence at Bournemouth Magistrates’ Court on Friday for the attack on Harry Boucher, now 16.

The court was told that, on September 8, 2012, Harry was with friends at the Baiter Park facility when they got into an argument with another group.

Magistrates heard that Dashwood arrived at the park and became involved, shouting at Harry and pretending to punch him.

He then threw a “haymaker-style” punch that left Harry unconscious, before attacking him further, stamping on him.

Harry, who can be named after magistrates varied an order restricting his identification, was taken to Poole Hospital.

The court was told that, as he walked off, Dashwood shouted: “I’m Martyn Dashwood, I’m in the Mafia, you shouldn’t mess with me.”

In his statement to police, Harry said Dashwood was “a thug and a bully” and he suffered problems with sleeping afterwards.

Dad John said the assault “disgusts” him and said his son became less trusting of adults and a quieter person.

In mitigation, James Moore said Dashwood, who has a string of previous convictions, suffered mental health issues, had a history of depression and had been diagnosed with ADHD.

He said Dashwood accepted that he did not deal with the situation properly and apologised.

Mr Moore said the incident had been a “wake-up call” and he had not offended since.

Jailing Dashwood for 12 weeks, of which he will serve half, magistrates said they gave him credit for a guilty plea, but said that the fact that the attack took place in front of children was an aggravating feature.

Dashwood shouted at the magistrates as sentence was passed and at Harry as he was taken down.

Attack was 'sustained'

SPEAKING to the Daily Echo after the sentence was passed, Harry, pictured, said: “I’ve been pretty upset about it, but now I’m getting fed up with it and want to get on with my life.

“I’m relieved.

I’ve got over it not that long ago, but at first it did affect me.”

His father John added: “He punched him, knocked him down and then stamped on his face and shoulder.

“He wanted to inflict as much pain as he could.

“Other parents need to know, that’s why I think this is so important. It was a sustained assault on a minor.”

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12:37pm Mon 23 Dec 13

BarrHumbug says...

"Dashwood accepted that he did not deal with the situation properly and apologised."

"Dashwood shouted at the magistrates as sentence was passed and at Harry as he was taken down."

So he wasn't sorry at all, he just hoped by pretending to be apologetic he would get away without a custodial sentence and when he didn't he verbally lashed out again. If i'd been the magistrate i'd have dragged him back in and double his sentence for contempt of court!
"Dashwood accepted that he did not deal with the situation properly and apologised." "Dashwood shouted at the magistrates as sentence was passed and at Harry as he was taken down." So he wasn't sorry at all, he just hoped by pretending to be apologetic he would get away without a custodial sentence and when he didn't he verbally lashed out again. If i'd been the magistrate i'd have dragged him back in and double his sentence for contempt of court! BarrHumbug

12:39pm Mon 23 Dec 13

pete woodley says...

Far too light a sentence.
Far too light a sentence. pete woodley

12:53pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Townee says...

We all know that a gang of young teenagers can be a pain but that is no reason to attack one.
We all know that a gang of young teenagers can be a pain but that is no reason to attack one. Townee

1:05pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Huey says...

Should have got 5 years
Should have got 5 years Huey

1:17pm Mon 23 Dec 13

60plus says...

He sounds like he was a thug,hope he has a nice Christmas in jail
He sounds like he was a thug,hope he has a nice Christmas in jail 60plus

1:31pm Mon 23 Dec 13

glendower2909 says...

Grown man punches child half his age knocks him out then stamps on him while on ground then has the front to plead mitigating circumstances.

Official figure indicate that 25% of people will experience
Mental health issues in a year with 20 % suffering from depression
And I include myself in those stats but fortunately we do not all go out beating kids. Maybe he should be out on the child abuse register as that is what he has done.

Let's hope he gets his comeuppance while inside.
Grown man punches child half his age knocks him out then stamps on him while on ground then has the front to plead mitigating circumstances. Official figure indicate that 25% of people will experience Mental health issues in a year with 20 % suffering from depression And I include myself in those stats but fortunately we do not all go out beating kids. Maybe he should be out on the child abuse register as that is what he has done. Let's hope he gets his comeuppance while inside. glendower2909

3:15pm Mon 23 Dec 13

simcal says...

Mafia! Prize prat.
Mafia! Prize prat. simcal

3:54pm Mon 23 Dec 13

old duffa says...

3 years for adult scum at least
move on harry ,you are a good lad,life will get better
as for mr dashwood,your a ****
watch out for the big boys inside,they love kid beaters

In mitigation, James Moore said Dashwood, who has a string of previous convictions, suffered mental health issues, had a history of depression and had been diagnosed with ADHD.

yea ,yea ,excuses,he shouted in court,which shows he did not mean a word about his apoligies
3 years for adult scum at least move on harry ,you are a good lad,life will get better as for mr dashwood,your a **** watch out for the big boys inside,they love kid beaters In mitigation, James Moore said Dashwood, who has a string of previous convictions, suffered mental health issues, had a history of depression and had been diagnosed with ADHD. yea ,yea ,excuses,he shouted in court,which shows he did not mean a word about his apoligies old duffa

4:03pm Mon 23 Dec 13

smhinto says...

I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
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This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
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This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
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But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
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Don't you just love this country !
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ! smhinto

4:13pm Mon 23 Dec 13

simcal says...

smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
.
This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
.
This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
.
But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
.
Don't you just love this country !
Good job you are not running the country!
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Good job you are not running the country! simcal

4:19pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Huey says...

Isn't that Shaun Ryder in the photo?
Isn't that Shaun Ryder in the photo? Huey

4:27pm Mon 23 Dec 13

R1Dan123 says...

simcal wrote:
smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
.
This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
.
This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
.
But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
.
Don't you just love this country !
Good job you are not running the country!
But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year!
[quote][p][bold]simcal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Good job you are not running the country![/p][/quote]But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year! R1Dan123

5:14pm Mon 23 Dec 13

mrcsrq says...

"The court was told that, on September 8, 2012"

Why does it take 15 months to bring such an open and shut case to Court?

He should have been sentenced on September 9th 2012 to 5 years!
"The court was told that, on September 8, 2012" Why does it take 15 months to bring such an open and shut case to Court? He should have been sentenced on September 9th 2012 to 5 years! mrcsrq

5:17pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Azphreal says...

Pity it does not say what the 'argument' was about or what was said.
Pity it does not say what the 'argument' was about or what was said. Azphreal

7:06pm Mon 23 Dec 13

bella99 says...

Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson.
Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson. bella99

7:21pm Mon 23 Dec 13

spooki says...

"James Moore said Dashwood, who has a string of previous convictions, suffered mental health issues, had a history of depression and had been diagnosed with ADHD." So?
Surely any adult or even a child of certain age knows it's wrong to going around thumping people and stamping on them?
I've had clinical depression for years but I don't go round belting people for the fun of it. Even if I did, I'd like to think I'd be clever enough not to shout my name at my victim.
Good luck to his three children.
"James Moore said Dashwood, who has a string of previous convictions, suffered mental health issues, had a history of depression and had been diagnosed with ADHD." So? Surely any adult or even a child of certain age knows it's wrong to going around thumping people and stamping on them? I've had clinical depression for years but I don't go round belting people for the fun of it. Even if I did, I'd like to think I'd be clever enough not to shout my name at my victim. Good luck to his three children. spooki

7:41pm Mon 23 Dec 13

stevobath says...

smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
.
This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
.
This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
.
But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
.
Don't you just love this country !
Are you a fan of Eugenics too?

Yes the offender was out of order & was given a feeble sentence but to suggest 'gassing' people is rather OTT & offensive in itself.
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Are you a fan of Eugenics too? Yes the offender was out of order & was given a feeble sentence but to suggest 'gassing' people is rather OTT & offensive in itself. stevobath

7:49pm Mon 23 Dec 13

carrrob says...

What an idiot lets hope he gets whats coming to him should be locked up for far longer
What an idiot lets hope he gets whats coming to him should be locked up for far longer carrrob

8:15pm Mon 23 Dec 13

smhinto says...

R1Dan123 wrote:
simcal wrote:
smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
.
This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
.
This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
.
But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
.
Don't you just love this country !
Good job you are not running the country!
But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year!
Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem.
.
I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already !
[quote][p][bold]R1Dan123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]simcal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Good job you are not running the country![/p][/quote]But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year![/p][/quote]Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem. . I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already ! smhinto

8:16pm Mon 23 Dec 13

glendower2909 says...

bella99 wrote:
Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson.
Sorry another failing of society much worse that people not taking responsibility for their own actions is the perceived need for counselling.

Terrible for what happened to your son but counselling. Really !!!
[quote][p][bold]bella99[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson.[/p][/quote]Sorry another failing of society much worse that people not taking responsibility for their own actions is the perceived need for counselling. Terrible for what happened to your son but counselling. Really !!! glendower2909

10:38pm Mon 23 Dec 13

Yankee1 says...

32 year old stomps on a 15 year old he knocked out.......What a man he is!

Bubba in Cell Block C will sort this 'dad of three' out fast. Poor kids......
32 year old stomps on a 15 year old he knocked out.......What a man he is! Bubba in Cell Block C will sort this 'dad of three' out fast. Poor kids...... Yankee1

10:55pm Mon 23 Dec 13

hooplaa says...

Mafia?! What a tool! Merry Christmas bully
Mafia?! What a tool! Merry Christmas bully hooplaa

11:06pm Mon 23 Dec 13

MediaLies says...

If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else!
If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else! MediaLies

11:24pm Mon 23 Dec 13

simcal says...

MediaLies wrote:
If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else!
Is it your property? It's certainly not for you to decide who can use a public facility!
[quote][p][bold]MediaLies[/bold] wrote: If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else![/p][/quote]Is it your property? It's certainly not for you to decide who can use a public facility! simcal

12:15am Tue 24 Dec 13

bella99 says...

glendower2909 wrote:
bella99 wrote:
Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson.
Sorry another failing of society much worse that people not taking responsibility for their own actions is the perceived need for counselling.

Terrible for what happened to your son but counselling. Really !!!
Yes. Indeed councelling. He also had his father let him down at the same time after years of trying to get him to take an active part in his sons life, which didn't help the matter. But he was also threatened to have his head bashed in with a torch by this man and have our windows smashed in also. My son is shy and soft hearted and took the threats seriously at the time and being a single mother as I was at the time he felt worried to leave me in the house on my own. He had never imagined an adult would behave like that or threaten a child. He was only 14 yrs old and as far as he and his friends were concerned they were doing nothing wrong.
[quote][p][bold]glendower2909[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bella99[/bold] wrote: Unfortunately this seems to be common place. My son was also assaulted by an adult who was supposed to be a respected member of the community and his adult son whilst his wife watched, Just because they were on neighbouring scaffolding being kids. Unfortunately this resulted in my son needing councilling for the trauma in which he sustained bruising on his neck and arms and a lump on his head with a ring imprint from where the man , in his 60's, punched him. With out witnesses we were unable to press charges. I feel sorry for Harry, knowing what these bullies put my son through. I hope this teaches this bully a lesson.[/p][/quote]Sorry another failing of society much worse that people not taking responsibility for their own actions is the perceived need for counselling. Terrible for what happened to your son but counselling. Really !!![/p][/quote]Yes. Indeed councelling. He also had his father let him down at the same time after years of trying to get him to take an active part in his sons life, which didn't help the matter. But he was also threatened to have his head bashed in with a torch by this man and have our windows smashed in also. My son is shy and soft hearted and took the threats seriously at the time and being a single mother as I was at the time he felt worried to leave me in the house on my own. He had never imagined an adult would behave like that or threaten a child. He was only 14 yrs old and as far as he and his friends were concerned they were doing nothing wrong. bella99

2:45am Tue 24 Dec 13

Bob49 says...

smhinto wrote:
R1Dan123 wrote:
simcal wrote:
smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
.
This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
.
This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
.
But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
.
Don't you just love this country !
Good job you are not running the country!
But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year!
Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem.
.
I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already !
Disproportionate violence to deal with something that annoys you

the irony of that is probably not lost on others
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]R1Dan123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]simcal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Good job you are not running the country![/p][/quote]But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year![/p][/quote]Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem. . I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already ![/p][/quote]Disproportionate violence to deal with something that annoys you the irony of that is probably not lost on others Bob49

4:57am Tue 24 Dec 13

nosuchluck54 says...

MediaLies wrote:
If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else!
I have forwarded this comment to someone more of an expert on the implications of what you are saying,might be interesting later.
[quote][p][bold]MediaLies[/bold] wrote: If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else![/p][/quote]I have forwarded this comment to someone more of an expert on the implications of what you are saying,might be interesting later. nosuchluck54

5:35am Tue 24 Dec 13

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

MediaLies wrote:
If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else!
Sport facility? Don't be a tool. And share your toys nicely, children. And grow up.
[quote][p][bold]MediaLies[/bold] wrote: If little children on scooters were not aloud to the skate park there would be no reason for angry dads like this one to attack the young adults who actually use the skate park for its actual purpose and not as a play park but a sport facility. This is a wakeup call for the parents of the young children with scooters. Dont bring them to the skate park, they are too young. And when they get knocked down don't attack the person who they ran in front of attack yourself as it is all your fault for being a bad enough parent to bring a small child into a skate park environment. Shame on you all. Small children at a skate park are not only a danger to them selves but also a danger to everyone else![/p][/quote]Sport facility? Don't be a tool. And share your toys nicely, children. And grow up. Letcommonsenseprevail

8:12am Tue 24 Dec 13

R1Dan123 says...

Bob49 wrote:
smhinto wrote:
R1Dan123 wrote:
simcal wrote:
smhinto wrote:
I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !!
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This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly.
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This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others.
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But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'.
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Don't you just love this country !
Good job you are not running the country!
But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year!
Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem.
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I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already !
Disproportionate violence to deal with something that annoys you

the irony of that is probably not lost on others
Surely proportionate level of violence is based on th effect that this low life has had on specific individuals?
Example, this 'Mafia' member may make others life unbearable and people may be so depressed that this guy is causing such issues in ones life, that REE would be perfectly acceptable when considering a proportionate punishment?

Sadly we have a world of do-good era which in turn let scum like this get off lightly and will more than likely re offend. As someone else mentioned, a waste of tax payers money and I'm sure most full paying tax payers like myself get pretty annoyed at the fact we are going to pay for this jerk to have an Xmas dinner with all the trimmings and a sky movie package this year. How much would we have to pay to eat out Xmas day?
[quote][p][bold]Bob49[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]R1Dan123[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]simcal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: I see that anti-social behaviour is on the decrease again I see !! . This is just another example of the state of British justice. The problem with this country is there is no effective punishment for anti-social behaviour or any other form of crime for that matter. It is just not dealt with properly. . This empty headed bird brain is just another low echelon, dysfunctional lunatic that should be gassed or may be strung up in a 'gibbett' as a deterrant to others. . But no, all we have to do is wait for the next edition of the Echo to read about yet another case of lunatic behaviour by some 'twerp'. . Don't you just love this country ![/p][/quote]Good job you are not running the country![/p][/quote]But its a spliffing marvelous idea! Just think, no more anti social yobs, less people draining benefit systems and we can simply replace the ones that do work with a few Romanians! Happy new year![/p][/quote]Another option to deal with these social mis-fits is to give the police extra powers. i.e. Roadside Enforced Euthanasia (REE). This is where these 'waste of spaces' could be put down at the roadside - End of problem. . I wonder how much this thick idiot has cost the tax payer already ![/p][/quote]Disproportionate violence to deal with something that annoys you the irony of that is probably not lost on others[/p][/quote]Surely proportionate level of violence is based on th effect that this low life has had on specific individuals? Example, this 'Mafia' member may make others life unbearable and people may be so depressed that this guy is causing such issues in ones life, that REE would be perfectly acceptable when considering a proportionate punishment? Sadly we have a world of do-good era which in turn let scum like this get off lightly and will more than likely re offend. As someone else mentioned, a waste of tax payers money and I'm sure most full paying tax payers like myself get pretty annoyed at the fact we are going to pay for this jerk to have an Xmas dinner with all the trimmings and a sky movie package this year. How much would we have to pay to eat out Xmas day? R1Dan123

9:05am Tue 24 Dec 13

mithrandir says...

CAN'T THEY DETAIN HIM UNDER THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT, HE IS OBVIOUSLY A DANGER TO OTHERS AND ALL HIS "MITIGATING" FACTORS MEAN HE SHOULD BE SECTIONED
CAN'T THEY DETAIN HIM UNDER THE MENTAL HEALTH ACT, HE IS OBVIOUSLY A DANGER TO OTHERS AND ALL HIS "MITIGATING" FACTORS MEAN HE SHOULD BE SECTIONED mithrandir

10:21am Tue 24 Dec 13

ModelMaker11 says...

Disgusting on how his facebook is a status about it (written by his wife/girlfriend) one of the comments was "He got 3 months hopefully do 6 weeks hun.x"
Vile how prison sentences work like that.
Disgusting on how his facebook is a status about it (written by his wife/girlfriend) one of the comments was "He got 3 months hopefully do 6 weeks hun.x" Vile how prison sentences work like that. ModelMaker11

1:07pm Tue 24 Dec 13

GeorgeW64 says...

A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ?
No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence.
A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ? No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence. GeorgeW64

2:49pm Tue 24 Dec 13

pete woodley says...

GeorgeW64 wrote:
A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ?
No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence.
do you know for sure or just mouthing off.
[quote][p][bold]GeorgeW64[/bold] wrote: A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ? No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence.[/p][/quote]do you know for sure or just mouthing off. pete woodley

2:58pm Tue 24 Dec 13

retry69 says...

GeorgeW64 wrote:
A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ?
No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence.
Between wanting to and actually doing it you have to cross over from responsible behaviour to idiotic behaviour and fortunately most people do not cross that line
[quote][p][bold]GeorgeW64[/bold] wrote: A bunch of yobs causing trouble and one gets thumped, Ok he went a bit far but how many of you commenting have wanted to do the same ? No doubt the magistrate got the full facts and that is why such a light sentence.[/p][/quote]Between wanting to and actually doing it you have to cross over from responsible behaviour to idiotic behaviour and fortunately most people do not cross that line retry69

4:27pm Tue 24 Dec 13

mikeymagic says...

mafiahaha
mafiahaha mikeymagic

1:42am Wed 25 Dec 13

glendower2909 says...

Karma.
Just remember tomorrow while you are all supping up he will be slopping out !!!!!!
Karma. Just remember tomorrow while you are all supping up he will be slopping out !!!!!! glendower2909

11:22pm Wed 25 Dec 13

Goldbar says...

whata joke of a sentance ,guy had clear history of convictions and obviously never learned the error of his ways

May he be treated like a Micheal Barrymore ***K toy by the resident Mr Big and his "sisters" in the showers
whata joke of a sentance ,guy had clear history of convictions and obviously never learned the error of his ways May he be treated like a Micheal Barrymore ***K toy by the resident Mr Big and his "sisters" in the showers Goldbar

10:47am Thu 26 Dec 13

kalebmoledirt says...

There is no need to dramatize the assault by resorting to WWFstyle of journalism.Just state the facts .a"Haymarket"grow up let's hope the next time he in court,which he will be,remind us of he,s previous offences .and not his drug/booze related mental state,I would guess he Bad no Mad
There is no need to dramatize the assault by resorting to WWFstyle of journalism.Just state the facts .a"Haymarket"grow up let's hope the next time he in court,which he will be,remind us of he,s previous offences .and not his drug/booze related mental state,I would guess he Bad no Mad kalebmoledirt

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