A teenager with a history of violent crime has been jailed for life for murdering a talented schoolboy while under supervision for an earlier attack.They are really going to have to call it something else...
Still, maybe it was just schoolboy squabbles? Not exactly:
The judge disclosed in his sentencing how Chin, of Finsbury Park, north London, had a criminal history dating back to January 2004 when he was caught carrying a snooker ball in a sock.Not really any surprise that he went on to kill someone; after all, who had ever taught him that his behaviour was unacceptable? Not his parents, and certainly not the Justice system in the UK...
The following April he threatened a man with a hollow bar and was given a warning for affray.
In September 2006 he was given a 12-month supervision order after kicking a shopkeeper unconscious when challenged for stealing some food from outside the store.
The order was still in force when he carried out the murder the following June.
Wasn't very good supervision, then. Perhaps "stupor vision" might best describe the entire way this person's violent career has been handled to date...
"caught carrying a snooker ball in a sock."
Heh. Nice one!
At the height of an English summer, you could be forgiven for thinking that they had...
You wanna talk socks? "I'm not having this conversation!" jeff Sinclair, 'Babylon Squared')
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