Friday, January 6, 2017

This is why the UK doesn't need to follow the USSA's bad example

I can understand why there are so many dumbassed Brits; after all, 'Murkans are largely British descendants. They want a public registry. Well, this story is a good reason not to have one.

Oh, note he only got 12 years for this crime.

Vigilante killer punched man to death while he was hooked up to a DIALYSIS machine in his own home because he wrongly thought he was a paedophile

By James Dunn For Mailonline
PUBLISHED: 12:54 EST, 15 December 2016 | UPDATED: 03:18 EST, 16 December 2016

A killer punched a man to death while he was hooked up to a dialysis machine because he mistakenly thought the victim was a paedophile.

Adam Goodridge, 30, turned up at Paul Sandford's home in Maltby, South Yorkshire and made the accusation, which police said was 'unfounded', a court heard.

He threatened to Kill Mr Sandford, 38, unless he move out of the area within a week but then immediately began his attack - despite him using the dialysis machine.

Adam Goodridge, 30, was today jailed for 12 years for manslaughter. Goodridge attacked Paul Sandford because he thought he was a paedophile

Goodridge even photographed the injuries he caused then told Mr Sandford's friends to tell paramedics that he had fallen in the bath before leaving his home.

Mr Sandford was admitted to hospital with a bleed on the brain, a fractured eye socket and severe cuts and bruising to his face and hands on October 30. He died in hospital five days later. 

Goodridge was found guilty on Wednesday of manslaughter and today jailed for 12 years at Sheffield Crown Court.

Detective Inspector Simon Palmer, Senior Investigating Officer at South Yorkshire Police, said: 'I am pleased with today's sentence, and that Goodridge will be incarcerated for a very long time for the brutal attack he carried out on Mr Sandford.

'On sentencing, the Judge made a comment regarding Goodridges' motive relating to his mistaken belief regarding Mr Sandford's character, however I'd like to reiterate that allegations made in relation to this were unfounded.

'Mr Sandford was a well-liked man and due to illness he was incredibly vulnerable. Goodridge took advantage of that, and robbed his friends and family of the time they had left with him.

'I hope that today's sentence can go some way towards helping them find closure and start to rebuild their lives.'


Anonymous said...

Goodridge and the 4 Chicago gang who beat up their disabled victims make Edgar Welch look like a dress rehearsal.

Look at Mundanematts rants from the Edgar Welch Scandal. Look Mundanematt was pissed at politicians for exploiting mentally insane people over Pizzagate and Comet Pingpong. His rants were True at the time but it got worse in 2017.

Anonymous said...

Now the Menendez Brothers claim Abuse from Parents. Wait these people are vigilantes too??? using self defense???

From ABC News

Prosecutors alleged that the brothers, who lived a life of privilege, murdered their parents out of greed, hoping to get their hands on the family fortune, while the defense argued the brothers’ acted in self-defense after years enduring their parents’ abuse.

"My own father, he was a person of means and stature, and my mother was sort of a socialite-type person, a country club type person," Lyle told ABC News. "No one’s going to intervene in how they raise their family."

Erik testified that he and his brother lived in fear of their father, who they claimed had sexually abused him. Erik said he had been abused for many years and that the brothers believed their father would have killed them to prevent the family secret from getting out. They testified that their mother knew what their father was doing and did nothing to stop it.

"Very quickly as you get older… each secret gets closeted away, each traumatic experience you just closet it away," Lyle Menendez told ABC News. "Because that’s the only way you can sort of survive it."

Lyle claimed that the shared experiences of alleged abuse by their father bonded him and his brother "through secrets."

"It’s so painful and complicated and confusing," he said. "We have an intimacy related to that shared experience… [and] the bond become very great and intense."

"I’m the older brother so I find myself trying to protect Erik quite a bit through childhood, but pretty much trying to survive," Lyle continued. "It was pretty crushing to in the end to realize that I had not been able to protect to or save him from such horrible abuse as I thought. I thought we had sort of survived early childhood pretty well and that turned out not to be true."

Kitty Menendez's brother Brian Anderson denied his nephews' claims that they were abused at home.

"There was certainly no indication of any kind that there was ever any abuse," Anderson told ABC News in a recent interview. "It just didn’t happen. It just didn’t happen. I think the motive was strictly money."

Anonymous said...

Look at the Menendez Brothers they just claimed that their parents were pedophiles. Wait I thought these two people who killed their parents were accused of robbing and murdering their parents for the thrill and greed during their trials nearly 30 years ago. We just gave them a cover to justify their crimes? Or we have not seen the entire family's psychological damage. Damn these people are like the rich brats version of JP orlewicz.

Anonymous said...

Damn we need more backgrounds on both of them the victim and Goodridge and see how did the allegation even came into play.

Anonymous said...

This ain't the first time that a disabled person was targeted because of false allegations of child rape. Back in 2013 the same shit happened and the victim was an Iranian refugee in the UK with back problems.

Anonymous said...

And now Jamaica is debating over RSO laws.

Anonymous said...

And now Jamaica is debating over RSO Laws you might want to see this one Absolute Zero united.

Anonymous said...

Perv who travelled 200-miles to meet '13-year-old girl' for sex is snared by vigilantes
A senior police officer described the "truly shocking, senseless and despicable" attack as the worst he had ever seen in his 21 year career.

Today Luke Mansell, 23, Nathan Bates, 19, Daniel Doyle, 24, Dean Butler, 23, Gavin Smith, 19, Titley and the 17-year-old youth, who cannot be named, were jailed at Stafford Crown Court.

They all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to cause grievous bodily harm with intent and false imprisonment.

Sentencing, Mr Justice Dove said each of the defendants played a part on the "appalling" treatment of the victim.

He added: "He was horribly injured and none of you did anything to seek help and assistance for him. You showed him no humanity.

"You left him only returning to inflict more terrible violence upon him.

"He should have received your help, support and encouragement. Instead a vicious lie was spread about him that he was a paedophile.

"There is not and never was any truth in that but you appear to have latched on to that to justify your vile and sadistic torture of him.

"It led to cruel and degrading violence on that young man. It was at best vigilantiasm and at its heart was sadistic torture.

"The gratuitous violence and torture went on and on. I have no doubt he would have thought you were going to kill him. He had every reason to think so."

Titley had befriended the victim and offered him a place to stay before the allegations were made he was a child abuser.

The court heard at no point was pity shown towards him and the defendants repeatedly returned to torture and abuse him.

The victim has suffered "long lasting mental and physical harm" as a result of the horrific ordeal.

Detective Inspector Mark Bellamy, from West Mercia Police, said: "The victim in this case was subjected to a truly shocking and senseless attack over a prolonged period of time, the like of which I have never seen in 21 years as a police officer.

"The horrific ordeal that he experienced will have a long-lasting effect, both physically and psychologically, and I would like to pay tribute to his outstanding bravery.

"I would also like to make it clear that no allegations of sexual assault have ever been received by police regarding this man.

"Incidents of this nature are fortunately rare in the area served by West Mercia Police and a robust and comprehensive investigation was conducted by our officers to ensure the perpetrators faced justice for their despicable actions."

"The victim in this case was subjected to a truly shocking and senseless attack over a prolonged period of time, the like of which I have never seen in 21 years as a police officer.
"The horrific ordeal that he experienced will have a long-lasting effect, both physically and psychologically, and I would like to pay tribute to his outstanding bravery.
"I would also like to make it clear that no allegations of sexual assault have ever been received by police regarding this man."
Detective Inspector Mark Bellamy, From West Mercia Police
Superintendent Tom Harding, Local Policing Commander for Telford and Wrekin, said: "Within a number of hours of a report being made to police that an unknown male had been assaulted at an unknown location, officers located the victim.

"We immediately put the necessary resources in place and our officers worked effectively and quickly in order to find him and detain those responsible.

"While the nature of this horrific crime will undoubtedly shock the local community I would like to reassure people that our response and investigation was immediate, robust and effective.

"In conjunction with our partner agencies, we will always work tirelessly to protect people from harm and ensure offenders are held accountable for their actions through the criminal justice system.

Anonymous said...

Update on Davao Death Squad.

Anonymous said...

Wow Why is it middle to poor countries vigilantes go after the Drug addicts. But in Rich Countries Vigilantes go after RSO's

Anthony Rowbotham, 45, took the law into his own hands when he launched a sustained attack on the man inside Costcutter, in Chatham Road, Hartlepool. Rowbotham approached the man and said “we don’t want your kind around here” before headbutting and repeatedly punching the victim. Emma Atkinson, prosecuting, told Teesside Crown Court: “He cut the bridge of his nose and at one point [the victim] is effectively bent over the counter when the defendant comes back and repeatedly punches him and effectively gets him in what looks like a headlock. “We submit this was a sustained and repeated assault.” The assault on February 26 took place in front of two female members of staff who tried to intervene. Costcutter, Chatham Road, Hartlepool The victim suffered a cut and bloody nose but did not require medical treatment. Miss Atkinson said when Rowbotham was questioned by police he claimed the victim had been selling drugs in the local community. She said: “In essence he said he just stumbled upon [the victim]. He accepted punching him in the head. “He said he wanted him to leave the shop and the town.” But the court heard there was no evidence to support Rowbotham’s claims. And the judge said there was “a degree of hypocrisy” about what he did as he had previous convictions for possession of drugs and production of cannabis from 2008. Rowbotham, of Oakley Gardens, Hartlepool, pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm at a previous hearing. Duncan McReddie, mitigating, said: “Within his own limitations he did what he thought was the best for the local community. “He now accepts unequivocally that direct action of that type is not community activism and it’s not to be tolerated by these courts.” He added Rowbotham was a hard-working family man who supports six children, and runs a youth football team to help steer young people away from trouble. Recorder of Middlesbrough Judge Simon Bourne-Arton said: “It wasn’t completely unprovoked and that reason was a misjudged sense by you to take the law into your own hands.” Rowbotham was given six months prison suspended for two years and slapped with a restraining order not to contact the victim or enter the shop for five years.

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