A ‘wicked’ school business manager who caused children’s education to suffer when she stole over £119,000 has...
Been given a swinging sentence, pour encourager les autres?
Oh, wait, I'm dreaming again.
...kept her freedom.
Mr Recorder Anthony Kelbrick told her: ‘There is no doubt that your actions, over a long, long time, putting it simply, were wicked.
‘I accept now you are genuinely remorseful but that may, of course, be because of where you now find yourself.’
Then it's not genuine, is it?
The judge said despite the seriousness of the offence, he was persuaded that Anderson was capable of rehabilitation and sentenced her to two years imprisonment, suspended for two years, with rehabilitation requirements and a four month curfew.
What's the point of a curfew?H/T: David Bain via email