http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7975921.stm 'Antonette Richardson was jailed for 18 months and Tony Virasami was sentenced to four years for manslaughter. Southwark Crown Court heard Richardson called ex-boyfriend Virasami to the Sainsbury's store in Merton where he mistakenly punched Kevin Tripp. Judge Geoffrey Rivlin QC said the sentences reflected the "shock and concern felt by the public at large". ' er, no mate... because if it reflected the concern (I'm not shocked, becuase this type of thing seems to be par for the course these days) they'd be doing twenty years each minimum, as serial recidivists. and they wouldnt be out in six either as they would be at the moment. as it is, if she does more than six months I'll be gobsmacked, and he'll do less than two. how long is it before the one of the victims families takes matters into their own hand? and who would find them guilty at the subsequent trial, when CPS invariably try and get them sent down for life??