Detective Inspector Emma Pitts of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit said: 'This case highlights the heartbreaking consequences of being involved in such unnecessary violence in the heat of the moment. I hope Mr Lapinskas's family are now able to get some closure.'Really?
Two sets of our imported enrichers from the blighted EU brawling in the street at silly o'clock. Nice!
Today Mr Budurus was handed a 16-month prison sentence suspended for 18 months, after admitting to manslaughter at an earlier hearing at Cambridge Crown Court on March 16.
He was also handed a 20-day rehabilitation activity requirement.He rushed out of his house to start a brawl, killed someone, and doesn't go to jail?
Why, no. You see, it was all the victim's fault.
Sentencing Judge David Farrell QC said the situation was caused by the victim who was drunk and damaging Budurus's car.That merits the death penalty now, does it?
In a statement after the court hearing, Mr Lapinskas's brother Gintaras said: 'Although we understand the plea to manslaughter, there is no excuse to take someone's life.
'As a family it has been a very stressful time for us, but we are pleased justice has been done and hope that we can start to move on and get some closure from today's sentencing.'If you think 'justice has been done' here, what must it be like in your home country!