Gregory Moors jailed for eight years after he struck girlfriend with a mirror and cut off half her nose

Bournemouth Echo: Jailed: man who cut off half of his girlfriend's nose behind bars for 8 years Jailed: man who cut off half of his girlfriend's nose behind bars for 8 years

A BOURNEMOUTH man who cut off half of his girlfriend’s nose during a row has been jailed for eight years.

Gregory Moors was arguing with Dawn Youngson at his home in Norwich Avenue West when he struck her with a mirror, causing her serious facial injuries.

Moors, 37, who pleaded guilty to wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, then called an ambulance and admitted the assault during the call.

Prosecutor Carolyn Branford-Wood told Bournemouth Crown Court that they had been drinking at the time of the incident this October, and Moors had smoked some cannabis.

She said Moors, inset, had laughed when he was interviewed by police, describing the incident as “a bit of argy-bargy”.

The victim required surgery to repair her nose and remove glass shards from her face.

“She said she was a normally a very fun person but she hasn’t been outside since, as she is very conscious of the severe scarring of her face and is worried people will stare,” said Ms Branford-Wood.

“She has a seven-year-old nephew and recently wore a tea towel around her face so as not to scare him.”

Moors had previously been jailed for 12 months for two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, in one of which he attacked a man with a hammer.

The pair had known each other since they were teenagers, but had only got together two years ago, and their relationship had degenerated into petty arguments and reconciliations, the court heard.

In mitigation, Rob Griffiths said Moors had not laughed deliberately during his interview.

“Some people laugh in inappropriate places when it isn’t their usual attitude to offending of this nature,” he said.

He said that although Moors’ memory of the incident was vague due to the amount he had drunk, he was very remorseful for his actions.

Judge Peter Johnson jailed Moors for eight years, with a victim surcharge of £120.

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7:41am Tue 31 Dec 13

Controversial But True says...

Breaking a mirror is usually seven years bad luck isn't it?
Breaking a mirror is usually seven years bad luck isn't it? Controversial But True

8:13am Tue 31 Dec 13

kalebmoledirt says...

Attacking some one with a hammer is,attempted murder,12 months?hiting a person with a mirror is attempted murder.Not necessary to mention booze and drugs. It,s in his nature .This man will go on to kill.he ought to be banged up now for full life and fed with a catapult
Attacking some one with a hammer is,attempted murder,12 months?hiting a person with a mirror is attempted murder.Not necessary to mention booze and drugs. It,s in his nature .This man will go on to kill.he ought to be banged up now for full life and fed with a catapult kalebmoledirt

8:33am Tue 31 Dec 13

nothingtofear says...

At least it wasn't Judge Wiggs presiding otherwise it would've been eight months rather than eight years and it would've been a suspended sentence at that and as someone said on another thread, alcohol might be a reason but it can never be an excuse.
At least it wasn't Judge Wiggs presiding otherwise it would've been eight months rather than eight years and it would've been a suspended sentence at that and as someone said on another thread, alcohol might be a reason but it can never be an excuse. nothingtofear

8:39am Tue 31 Dec 13

mikeymagic says...

Just highlights to me how "unjust" our justice system actually is. This guys hits out in a rage and gets 8 years, and quite right. However, you can knock a young innocent girl off a moped, leave her for dead and try to cover it up and get half that time? Or try to cover up that your darling son has brutally murdered his girlfriend and just pop into nick for a couple of months. When will the time fit the crime?? There seems little or no consistency but again at least this wasn't presided over by WIggs or he'd have gotten off with two weeks litter picking.
Just highlights to me how "unjust" our justice system actually is. This guys hits out in a rage and gets 8 years, and quite right. However, you can knock a young innocent girl off a moped, leave her for dead and try to cover it up and get half that time? Or try to cover up that your darling son has brutally murdered his girlfriend and just pop into nick for a couple of months. When will the time fit the crime?? There seems little or no consistency but again at least this wasn't presided over by WIggs or he'd have gotten off with two weeks litter picking. mikeymagic

8:43am Tue 31 Dec 13

Thetruthtoday says...

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http://www.bournemou thecho.co.uk/news/23 71467.Daughter_jaile d_after_death_threat _to_mum/ Thetruthtoday

9:03am Tue 31 Dec 13

we-shall-see says...

Thetruthtoday wrote:
http://www.bournemou

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So she was jailed "indefinitely", yet is out wandering the streets in less than three years?

If she's been with her bloke for two years and was only jailed in 2008 for an "indefinite" period - why is she even out of jail yet?!

the mind boggles :o/
[quote][p][bold]Thetruthtoday[/bold] wrote: http://www.bournemou thecho.co.uk/news/23 71467.Daughter_jaile d_after_death_threat _to_mum/[/p][/quote]So she was jailed "indefinitely", yet is out wandering the streets in less than three years? If she's been with her bloke for two years and was only jailed in 2008 for an "indefinite" period - why is she even out of jail yet?! the mind boggles :o/ we-shall-see

11:04am Tue 31 Dec 13

rozmister says...

we-shall-see wrote:
Thetruthtoday wrote:
http://www.bournemou


thecho.co.uk/news/23


71467.Daughter_jaile


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_to_mum/
So she was jailed "indefinitely", yet is out wandering the streets in less than three years?

If she's been with her bloke for two years and was only jailed in 2008 for an "indefinite" period - why is she even out of jail yet?!

the mind boggles :o/
She got a minimum tariff of 18 months, indefinitely doesn't seem to mean a long time in the courts eyes! I'd guess it was indefinite to give her time to rehabilitate and deal with her alcohol/drug abuse. Judging by this article she's still drinking and using...
[quote][p][bold]we-shall-see[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Thetruthtoday[/bold] wrote: http://www.bournemou thecho.co.uk/news/23 71467.Daughter_jaile d_after_death_threat _to_mum/[/p][/quote]So she was jailed "indefinitely", yet is out wandering the streets in less than three years? If she's been with her bloke for two years and was only jailed in 2008 for an "indefinite" period - why is she even out of jail yet?! the mind boggles :o/[/p][/quote]She got a minimum tariff of 18 months, indefinitely doesn't seem to mean a long time in the courts eyes! I'd guess it was indefinite to give her time to rehabilitate and deal with her alcohol/drug abuse. Judging by this article she's still drinking and using... rozmister

11:43am Tue 31 Dec 13

ASM says...

when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out.

I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this!
when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out. I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this! ASM

11:47am Tue 31 Dec 13

Old Colonial says...

ASM wrote:
when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out.

I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this!
Read the other comments. Seems this is a 'birds of a feather' situation.
[quote][p][bold]ASM[/bold] wrote: when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out. I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this![/p][/quote]Read the other comments. Seems this is a 'birds of a feather' situation. Old Colonial

12:26pm Tue 31 Dec 13

ASM says...

Old Colonial wrote:
ASM wrote:
when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out.

I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this!
Read the other comments. Seems this is a 'birds of a feather' situation.
oh yes. There goes my sympathy for the victim. It seems they should both be locked up somewhere well away from decent society.
[quote][p][bold]Old Colonial[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ASM[/bold] wrote: when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out. I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this![/p][/quote]Read the other comments. Seems this is a 'birds of a feather' situation.[/p][/quote]oh yes. There goes my sympathy for the victim. It seems they should both be locked up somewhere well away from decent society. ASM

2:28pm Tue 31 Dec 13

rozmister says...

ASM wrote:
when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out.

I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this!
The article states he already has convictions for for two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, in one of which he attacked a man with a hammer so his record was already appalling. I doubt he was employed before this conviction and I doubt he will be afterwards. Us, the taxpayers, will be funding him and his lifestyle.
[quote][p][bold]ASM[/bold] wrote: when this scumbag gets out he won't be able to get a job with his record! so the tax payer will be paying for his drink and druggy lifestyle when he is out. I feel so sorry for the women who is scarred I hope other women with @'se hole boyfriends read this and realize there are serious risks in going out with "hard men". Stay away from men like this![/p][/quote]The article states he already has convictions for for two counts of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, in one of which he attacked a man with a hammer so his record was already appalling. I doubt he was employed before this conviction and I doubt he will be afterwards. Us, the taxpayers, will be funding him and his lifestyle. rozmister

3:05pm Tue 31 Dec 13

HRH of Boscombe says...

nothingtofear wrote:
At least it wasn't Judge Wiggs presiding otherwise it would've been eight months rather than eight years and it would've been a suspended sentence at that and as someone said on another thread, alcohol might be a reason but it can never be an excuse.
His sentences need to be investigated. Wiggs shouldn't deal with anything more serious than parking tickets.
[quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: At least it wasn't Judge Wiggs presiding otherwise it would've been eight months rather than eight years and it would've been a suspended sentence at that and as someone said on another thread, alcohol might be a reason but it can never be an excuse.[/p][/quote]His sentences need to be investigated. Wiggs shouldn't deal with anything more serious than parking tickets. HRH of Boscombe

4:11pm Tue 31 Dec 13

EGHH says...

Another yob that needs to be removed from the Gene pool preferably by castration! May be Sharia Law isn't that bad after all.
Another yob that needs to be removed from the Gene pool preferably by castration! May be Sharia Law isn't that bad after all. EGHH

4:14pm Tue 31 Dec 13

ohnonothimagen says...

"Nail him up!", I say.
"Nail him up!", I say. ohnonothimagen

6:59pm Tue 31 Dec 13

username is already in use says...

i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT username is already in use

9:34pm Tue 31 Dec 13

mikeymagic says...

username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
Excellent English. Says it all.
[quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]Excellent English. Says it all. mikeymagic

9:55pm Tue 31 Dec 13

nothingtofear says...

mikeymagic wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
Excellent English. Says it all.
Indeed and if username etc had bothered to read the article he would have seen that it was anything but a 1 off(sic).
[quote][p][bold]mikeymagic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]Excellent English. Says it all.[/p][/quote]Indeed and if username etc had bothered to read the article he would have seen that it was anything but a 1 off(sic). nothingtofear

9:58pm Tue 31 Dec 13

BobBall says...

username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
[quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner. BobBall

10:02pm Tue 31 Dec 13

mikeymagic says...

BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.
[quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail. mikeymagic

10:26pm Tue 31 Dec 13

simcal says...

mikeymagic wrote:
BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.
I agree but 8 years?
[quote][p][bold]mikeymagic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.[/p][/quote]I agree but 8 years? simcal

10:31pm Tue 31 Dec 13

BobBall says...

mikeymagic wrote:
BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.
I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline.

Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign.

But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her.

If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here.

Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike.
http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/health/articl
e-2531583/Victim-X-F
actor-wannabes-glass
-attack-returns-work
-swimming-teacher-ma
king-remarkable-reco
very.html
[quote][p][bold]mikeymagic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.[/p][/quote]I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline. Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign. But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her. If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here. Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike. http://www.dailymail .co.uk/health/articl e-2531583/Victim-X-F actor-wannabes-glass -attack-returns-work -swimming-teacher-ma king-remarkable-reco very.html BobBall

2:51am Wed 1 Jan 14

ASM says...

BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
he might struggle to knock skin off rice pudding but he doesn't struggle knocking skin of peoples nose'. Having attacked someone with a hammer and not learned his lesson in a 1 year sentence I think the judge got it right this time. Prison is the best place for people like this. I had to work with scum like this in the past and they never get better, they are very unpleasant thugs who make peoples life a misery (neighbours, family, colleagues, general public)
[quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]he might struggle to knock skin off rice pudding but he doesn't struggle knocking skin of peoples nose'. Having attacked someone with a hammer and not learned his lesson in a 1 year sentence I think the judge got it right this time. Prison is the best place for people like this. I had to work with scum like this in the past and they never get better, they are very unpleasant thugs who make peoples life a misery (neighbours, family, colleagues, general public) ASM

8:41am Wed 1 Jan 14

nothingtofear says...

BobBall wrote:
mikeymagic wrote:
BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.
I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline.

Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign.

But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her.

If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here.

Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike.
http://www.dailymail

.co.uk/health/articl

e-2531583/Victim-X-F

actor-wannabes-glass

-attack-returns-work

-swimming-teacher-ma

king-remarkable-reco

very.html
'Sentences have got longer under Blair.'

This might be news to you but Blair resigned as Prime Minister in 2007.
[quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mikeymagic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.[/p][/quote]I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline. Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign. But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her. If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here. Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike. http://www.dailymail .co.uk/health/articl e-2531583/Victim-X-F actor-wannabes-glass -attack-returns-work -swimming-teacher-ma king-remarkable-reco very.html[/p][/quote]'Sentences have got longer under Blair.' This might be news to you but Blair resigned as Prime Minister in 2007. nothingtofear

11:48am Wed 1 Jan 14

BobBall says...

nothingtofear wrote:
BobBall wrote:
mikeymagic wrote:
BobBall wrote:
username is already in use wrote:
i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT
I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area.

He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange.

8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.
Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.
I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline.

Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign.

But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her.

If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here.

Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike.
http://www.dailymail


.co.uk/health/articl


e-2531583/Victim-X-F


actor-wannabes-glass


-attack-returns-work


-swimming-teacher-ma


king-remarkable-reco


very.html
'Sentences have got longer under Blair.'

This might be news to you but Blair resigned as Prime Minister in 2007.
Wow your genius and wit are unrivalled.

Are you telling me that sentences have gotten shorter since 2007, come on brains add a little to your waste of a sentence.
[quote][p][bold]nothingtofear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mikeymagic[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BobBall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]username is already in use[/bold] wrote: i no this lad, was a 1 off HIS A TOP BOY normALLY., DRINK INNIT[/p][/quote]I know this lad from many years ago, he used to live around the Shah of Persia area. He'd struggle to knock the skin off a rice pudding and was always harmless enough though a little strange. 8 years seems excessive for a domestic with a violent partner.[/p][/quote]Only seems excessive as other more serious crimes receive a very low punishment. Smash your partner in the face with a mirror and you deserve jail.[/p][/quote]I agree he deserves to be locked up especially with his previous, but she has not lost any of her nose that is a made up headline. Whether you like it or not there are sentencing guidelines and other sentences are on average what they are supposed to be, sentences have got longer under Blairs reign. But he plead guilty which gives you 1/3rd off the sentence and it seems as if this was a drunken argument with an extremely violent female who is on licence and has history of excessive drunken violence against those close to her. If it was a case of violence against a gentile graceful female who had never done anyone any harm then i would agree with 8 years ... but this isn't the case here. Now see the sentencing for this female for a similar crime that involved more then one strike. http://www.dailymail .co.uk/health/articl e-2531583/Victim-X-F actor-wannabes-glass -attack-returns-work -swimming-teacher-ma king-remarkable-reco very.html[/p][/quote]'Sentences have got longer under Blair.' This might be news to you but Blair resigned as Prime Minister in 2007.[/p][/quote]Wow your genius and wit are unrivalled. Are you telling me that sentences have gotten shorter since 2007, come on brains add a little to your waste of a sentence. BobBall

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