Martin Steen, prosecuting, said people were socialising on an area of grass when Hahn’s girlfriend and Mr Bosley argued.‘Administered’ with such force, his pancreas was visible through the wound…
He said: “Mr Hahn was called and the two men were squaring up to each other.
“Mr Hahn went into a garage and collected two knives, which he administered to Mr Bosley.”
Christopher Smyth, defending, said that his client was provoked, and that there was a lack of premeditation and an element of excessive self-defence.That’ll be the two…count ’em, two knives…?
The judge said although Hahn admitted a serious specified offence, he did not deem him dangerous by law and believed he showed remorse.Does he believe in the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus too..?