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seems to me what he did was a pretty serious crime. he in effect kidnapped his girlfriend and rode onto the track with her begging him to stop. he put her and everyone else life in serious jeopardy and then when he left the track and his girlfriend had to be treated for a panic attack - he laughed. and then.. to add insult to injury. he posted the whole thing on Youtube. You might think the penalty for this was over the top.. but its no more over the top than what this plonker did. And so.. the punishment for him was as much about stopping anyone else from doing this as anything. He didn't exactly help himself by showing no remorse for his actions either.


But, I imagine putting it up on YT was the actual reason he was jailed.. had he not done that, then more than likely a fine and possibly a suspended sentence.


The Mans an idiot... At least she's rid of him and so can have a nice christmas.. while he's banged up. :mrgreen:


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-30082212

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Remember that lad who drove his girlfreinds vw polo onto brandshatch in the middle of a race?

He got 8months.

You don't get that for serious crimes.

 

He put his gf in a medical centre from a subsequent panic attack that you could hear in the video.


He endangered peoples lives whilst recklessly not giving a shit what they thought or giving them the option to get out of the car.

I'd have given him the jail sentence and banned him from driving for the next 10 years. He's a little psycho. imo

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And the moron that killed a young biker.......whilst driving without insurance, no license, in a car that Police described as unroadworty got a 2 year suspended.......hmmmm.....justice system in this country is a joke at times!

Not saying this knob didn't deserve a custodial......but there seems to be no consistency in sentencing..... :roll:

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And the moron that killed a young biker.......whilst driving without insurance, no license, in a car that Police described as unroadworty got a 2 year suspended.......hmmmm.....justice system in this country is a joke at times!

Not saying this knob didn't deserve a custodial......but there seems to be no consistency in sentencing..... :roll:

 

The Judges have to act within the guidelines... which are set out by the Government.


the maximum sentence for dangerous driving is a maximum of two years in prison.


causing death by dangerous driving is a maximum 5 years in prison.


the maximum sentence for public nuisance is life in prison!!


So you're right to be outraged.. it IS outrageous.


If you want the law changed. so that dangerous driving is given the penalty it deserves.. and who can argue with that? Then harass your MP. because its those idiots who have allowed this sorry state of affairs to come to pass. But.. good luck with that. the government don't care. defraud the taxman by a grand and you go to jail. defraud the taxman by millions and they give you easy terms and you only have to pay back a percentage. such is our justice system.. and such are the complete idiots we have in charge of it.


Im pretty sure the judges are equally outraged. After all.. they see up close and personal the after effects. on the families and friends.

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