Nicholas Brain, 20, was unanimously found guilty of the offence at Oxford Crown Court on Friday.Ooooh, that’s a dangerous thing to do in some courts!
Following a trial, jurors decided he had robbed Sophie Beck of a mobile phone in Blackbird Leys on February 24.
But after the verdict was read out, Brain’s supporters in the public gallery shouted as they left the court.
In a foul-mouthed rant, one woman asked jurors how they could sleep at night.I’d have been tempted to shout back ‘Not in a prison cell, darlin’, that’s how!’…
After the jury left court, prosecutor Joanne Sear said the incident was a contempt of court and invited Recorder Richard Jones to take action.Ooooh, wait for the swift hammer of justice to desce…
He replied: “I didn’t feel particularly insulted. It wasn’t pleasant but I’m sure many of them (the jurors) lead more sheltered lives than me and you who work here. It was an unpleasant, angry outburst, but I think making any more fuss will be more trouble than it’s worth.WTFF…? What does any of that actually mean?
“I think those jurors know what goes on in some parts of the world. I don’t think I’m going to say any more.”
Can I get an English translation?