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edward fire extinguisher throwing student jailed for 2 years 8 months.

Marty1981 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Student protester Edward woolard jailed today for nearly 3 years for his act on November 10th.
A fair sentence I believe for this heinous act that could have easily killed.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
Good
banned#2
Great news :)
banned#3
Oh and

inb4 the anarchists.
15 Likes #4
Way OTT compared to sentences given to some that have actually hurt someone.

Those women involved in the paedophile ring yesterday got less didn't they.

Edited By: greg_68 on Jan 11, 2011 13:42
banned 1 Like #5
Inb4 Plum says it was a setup and the police to blame for standing below him.

Hopefully a few more thugs will be rounded up and given similar sentances.
#6
Sends clear message to all future protests hopefully step out of line and spend considerable time at her majestys pleasure.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/8252480/Tuition-fees-sixth-form-student-jailed-for-throwing-fire-extinguisher.html

Edited By: Marty1981 on Jan 11, 2011 13:51
banned 7 Likes #7
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.

I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.

Edited By: master_chief on Jan 11, 2011 13:49
banned#8
He had no criminal record had never been to a demonstration before....seems to big a sentence considering no one was injured by his actions.
#9
should have just got the police to drop an extinguisher from a roof top. give him a hard hat though, keeps h&s happy.
#10
slamdunkin
He had no criminal record had never been to a demonstration before....seems to big a sentence considering no one was injured by his actions.

Yet appeared to go with intent on anarchy

Wish it was a sign of things to come from a soft touch justice system all round
#11
Agreed completey OTT sentence, was a very stupid thing to do but its been done to make an example and its only really shown that I would get less for drink driving.........

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-12163611

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-11375512

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10581657

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10351366

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/8684620.stm



Edited By: Alfonse on Jan 11, 2011 14:00
banned#12
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't

Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.
#13
What a numpty, He could of at least waited and hit Cameroon on the head..!!!
banned#14
Hahaha. Hope someone slashes him up in prison.

Scum.
#15
Alfonse
Agreed completey OTT sentence, was a very stupid thing to do but its been done to make an example and its only really shown that I would get less for drink driving.........

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-northamptonshire-12163611


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-11375512


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10581657


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10351366


Totally agree
#16
master_chief
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't
Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.

Yes, will stop idiots fighting then won't it?
#17
wow - OTT sentence. Wonder what his mum thinks about making him admit the offences.
#18
whatsThePoint
master_chief
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't
Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.


Fights are usually between 2 people aware that punchs will be throw but not many people look out for a fire extinguisher falling from the sky
Plus yes you do get punished just as heavy for hitting someone at random


explain yourself on this story then, Drink driver, no license, insurance kills pedestrian, 36 weeks in jail.........................

STFU

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/8684620.stm

Edited By: Alfonse on Jan 11, 2011 14:12
banned#19
whatsThePoint
master_chief
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't
Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.
Fights are usually between 2 people aware that punchs will be throw but not many people look out for a fire extinguisher falling from the skyPlus yes you do get punished just as heavy for hitting someone at random

Link to case of someone with no previous convictio randomly hitting someone and receiving a harsher sentence? I've seen someone get a good whack outside a pub in front of police, guy was arrested as expected but never received a custodial sentence,
#20
How is 2 years 8 months OTT for attempted murder....

Edited By: scoff on Jan 11, 2011 14:14
#21
scoff
How is 2 years 8 months OTT for attemted murder....


you have to prove intent, silly
#22
Good, I could go on the street and start spraying bullets and miss people. I'd get an even harder sentence.
#23
Alfonse
whatsThePoint
master_chief
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't
Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.


Fights are usually between 2 people aware that punchs will be throw but not many people look out for a fire extinguisher falling from the sky
Plus yes you do get punished just as heavy for hitting someone at random


explain yourself on this story then, Drink driver, no license, insurance kills pedestrian, 36 weeks in jail.........................

STFU

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/8684620.stm


What is your point though this sentence too harsh for hurling fire extinguisher or that sentence too soft?
The 36 weeks is way too soft imo but this one is fair
#24
scoff
How is 2 years 8 months OTT for attempted murder....


That woud not be OTT for attempted murder but that is not what he was guilty of.
#25
scoff
How is 2 years 8 months OTT for attempted murder....


Was he attempting to murder someone or just throwing a fire extinguisher from a roof??
#26
nikkib123
scoff
How is 2 years 8 months OTT for attempted murder....
Was he attempting to murder someone or just throwing a fire extinguisher from a roof??

From the roof of a building he broke into and at people gathered below, big difference!
[mod][Moderator] 3 Likes #27
I know who I'd rather have loose on the streets out of a young student who was being very stupid or a woman who sexually abuses children, this sentence may be the correct one for the crime, but not all sentences are, the justice system needs a complete overhaul
1 Like #28
you clowns are actually unbelievable, you think it's totally right that he is getting 3 years for throwing a fire extinguisher that didn't hurt anyone (don't give me the "what if" bull crap - because at the end of the day NO ONE GOT HURT)

Yes it was stupid and yes he should be punished but FML, 3 years? pedophiles, rapists, drink drivers and killers get off with less or nothing at all.

The system is corrupted and it's sad that ya'll don't see it.
#29
He didn't try to kill he expertly " lobbed it into a gap in the crowd" his words in defense

Just happened to be near the police
banned#30
Politically motivated decision, to suggest otherwise is just foolish.
banned#31
Lets hope he wins his appeal.
#32
He looks like a big soft nancy. I guess our prisons are not too similar to the likes of TV ones such as Oz, but I bet he will have a hard time anyway. It will be a painful lesson for him, but one that he will learn.

Will he be someone's b*tch?
#33
mus_ne
you clowns are actually unbelievable, you think it's totally right that he is getting 3 years for throwing a fire extinguisher that didn't hurt anyone (don't give me the "what if" bull crap - because at the end of the day NO ONE GOT HURT)

Yes it was stupid and yes he should be punished but FML, 3 years? pedophiles, rapists, drink drivers and killers get off with less or nothing at all.

The system is corrupted and it's sad that ya'll don't see it.

Tbh its a life sentence as who would employ him. Also it took a likely few acts of criminality to find himself in Tory hq on the roof with an empty fire extinguisher.
#34
I'm all for punishing crimes in a suitable manner but what is 3 years in prison going to do for this bloke. Surely in this day and age there must be a more sutable punishment for this type of crime. It's going to end up costing the tax payer £100,000's to keep him there, seems madness to me in the 21st century.
#35
whatsThePoint
Alfonse
whatsThePoint
master_chief
whatsThePoint
master_chief
Very harsh. He needed a good slap on the wrist but this sentence just seems very vindictive.I'm sure I could find a hundred more leanient sentences for arguably more serious crimes which actually involve real physical or mental harm.
Would you say give him a slap if it hit and killed someone, it was luck rather than planned that it didn't
Local guy got killed after being punched once, the guy who punched him is up for manslaughter now. Do we give heavy sentences to everyone ever involved in a fight as there's a possibility of serious injury, it's just luck that the person punched doesn't suffer a serious injury.
Fights are usually between 2 people aware that punchs will be throw but not many people look out for a fire extinguisher falling from the skyPlus yes you do get punished just as heavy for hitting someone at random
explain yourself on this story then, Drink driver, no license, insurance kills pedestrian, 36 weeks in jail.........................STFUhttp://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/8684620.stm


Nothing to explain, everyone knows that for each just sentence as in this thread there will be an unjust sentence that doesn't fit the crime, we all know its a mess but at least they got it right this time


fail, nevermind
#36
greg_68
I'm all for punishing crimes in a suitable manner but what is 3 years in prison going to do for this bloke. Surely in this day and age there must be a more sutable punishment for this type of crime. It's going to end up costing the tax payer £100,000's to keep him there, seems madness to me in the 21st century.

There is I will volunteer to lob the empty fire extinguisher at him and am sure many others will
banned 3 Likes #37
greg_68
Way OTT compared to sentences given to some that have actually hurt someone.

Those women involved in the paedophile ring yesterday got less didn't they.

I disagree and think the sentence was right. Other sentences are far too lenient.
#38
Wow it amazes how people seem to have such strong support for an unjust sentence, yet fail to even acknowledge stories about drunk drivers,peadophiles and murders getting off for nothing?

I mean if you care so much about the welfare of the public (as your stating by supporting the sentence) then surely pedophiles abusing their children, drunk drivers etc... should be of higher priority to you, Should you not be as vocal about those stories?

Edited By: krazie2004 on Jan 11, 2011 14:51
#39
krazie2004
Wow it amazes how people seem to have such strong suppor for an unjust sentence, yet fail to even acknowledge stories about drunk drivers,peadophiles and murders getting off for nothing?I mean if you care so much about the welfare of the public (as your stating by supporting the sentence) then surely pedophiles abusing their children, drunk drivers etc... should be of higher priority to you, no?

They should also get stronger sentences, yes, but we are arguing over this sentence so irrelevant really.
#40
(although i also think its a bit harsh but makes a change from being too lenient!)

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