“The defendants are not representative of the majority of young people in Medway.”

Once, that would have been true:

Maibvisira, from Gillingham, Ephrain Akinwunmi-Streets, 17, from Sittingbourne, Kent, Tyler Ralph, also 17 and from Stevenage in Hertfordshire, Shezakia Daley, 17 and from Gillingham, and 16-year-old Jordan Dania, from Croydon, south London, were found guilty of murder and violent disorder.

Akinwunmi-Streets, known as Velz, was also convicted of an affray committed six days before Kyle died.

Good old Kentish families, all…

An order preventing the identification of the juvenile defendants was lifted today by Judge Adele Williams at the request of the media and on conviction.

It’s not like we didn’t know already exactly what sort of people they’d be….

During the trial, Judge Williams was told that threats had been made by defendants to each other as well as prison officers.

One also threatened to escape and so security was heightened in the packed courtroom.

Pity that security wasn’t offered to the public by past judges…

Just six months before Kyle died, Ralph slashed a man to his head in a knife attack in broad daylight at a McDonald’s in Penge, south east London.

He also pushed an elderly woman to the ground inside the fast food restaurant and was subsequently sentenced to a youth rehabilitation order for assault causing actual bodily harm, affray, battery and possession of a blade.

Three years earlier, at the age of 13, Ralph was also convicted of possession of a bladed article and given a four-month referral order.

So much for ‘possession of a knife will see you taken off the streets’…

All five will be sentenced on Thursday 14 June.

Expect yet more leniency.

5 comments for ““The defendants are not representative of the majority of young people in Medway.”

  1. john in cheshire
    June 13, 2018 at 11:41 am

    The return of capital punishment is a major part of the solution; it won’t stop Travis animals reverting to type but at least they won’t do it again. The other party of the solution is to deport these creatures, rehashed of where they were born.

    But neither suggestion will be adopted while we are in thrall to collectivism, ungodliness and islam.

  2. Errol
    June 13, 2018 at 3:58 pm

    Prison is a waste, killing them wrong – give the state an inch, it’ll never stop.

    O, the pubishment should be flogging. Beat them until bones break and skin is little more than blood then *keep going*, day after day with the same punishment until the learn that if they behave this way, this is their punishment.

    When they’re nothing but twitching, mewling wretches, begging and flinching, then they can be released. I’d suggest another beating just to be sure. These are scum, and should be treated as such.

  3. Pcar
    June 13, 2018 at 11:34 pm

    imho Juveniles should Not have automatic immunity of identification. Justice should be equal, fair and open.

    Tommy receives 13 months jail on trumped up charge. This guy assaults and injures plod, found guilty and at liberty

    Equal and fair justice for all?

  4. Hereward Unbowed.
    June 14, 2018 at 6:31 pm

    Liberal bleeding hearts, hands across the water lets all light a candle and mope in some silence in faux saccharined sentiment. Then, the lemming lefties would never allow corporal punishment, especially not if it really hurt, it was said that the wheal the birch dealt, that, the scar never properly healed.

    No punishment, another enlightened beak, it is then and by tacit admission, it’s OK to carry a knife and stab people, the authorities don’t care a f**k, really they don’t, and anyway, it’s all relative innit they bench would have it.

    For the love of God, if this is the wonderful better Britain and caring society they all rant on about making (in Westminster) then I don’t want any more of it, I’ve had my fill.

    • Pcar
      June 15, 2018 at 12:20 am

      Well said Sir

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