Sick bastard

#3
Was just reading that before I came on here, it's ******* horrible. Hope they lock the bastard up and throw away the key.
 
#4
"He said I was his 'best mate'. I don't understand why you would hurt someone you were supposed to care about."

Ms Nash had been attacked before by Jenkin and had helped in his release from jail for previous offences.

"I've done so much for him and this is how he's repaid me," she said.

As a victim of domestic violence, she appealed to other woman in similar situations to "get out before it's too late".

"It isn't going to get better, it's only going to get worse," she said.
Couldn't agree more, but still they stay.
 
#6
Words fail me.
 
#8
An eye for an eye has never been more appropriate.
 
#10
Ms Nash told police there had been violence in the relationship before and that she thought she could change Jenkin.
A terrible price to pay for stupidity, but there seems an endless parade of them. If you want to depress yourself into a decline, try reading Theodore Dalrymple's book 'Life at the Bottom' on the life of the underclass.
 
#11
I hope he's locked away for a long time for what he did. I tend to say that our judiciary are independent and they sentence people according to the evidence presented at the trial where most of us are not present. Clearly in this instance, an example through a very long sentence would be appropriate of what can happen to you when you do something so terrible to someone.
 
#12
It's not often you'll see me type this but words fail me.

Sickening.
 
#13
I'm not a fan of the hang em and flog em brigade most of the time as it's nutters who are as sick in the head as the offenders, but some crimes make you want to skip due process and proceed to a bullet in the back of the head and a shallow grave for the protection of humanity in general.
 
#14
A terrible price to pay for stupidity, but there seems an endless parade of them. If you want to depress yourself into a decline, try reading Theodore Dalrymple's book 'Life at the Bottom' on the life of the underclass.
It is not as clear cut and simple as you imply! My current partner was in a violent relationship with an ******** of a husband. He beat her up, ripped out chunks of hair etc. The problem was, as she put it, it was not regular nor were there patterns! When I said she should have left the ****** as soon as it started, she said that yes she agrees, but it becomes a form of attention - not very well explained, but hope you get the gist. I would gladly do the same to the twat and to the one in the OP's story!!!
 
#15
It's not often you'll see me type this but words fail me.

Sickening.
Sorry but I don't see how you can be even a bit surprised by this. An average week sees two women murdered by the toe-rags they live with, usually kicked to death and frequently mutilated. The only remarkable thing about this case is that she survived to give evidence.
 
#16
a prime case for an IPP sentance, except they have stopped giving them out. also having gone guilty stright away he automaticly gets 1/3 off
 
#17
It is not as clear cut and simple as you imply! My current partner was in a violent relationship with an ******** of a husband. He beat her up, ripped out chunks of hair etc. The problem was, as she put it, it was not regular nor were there patterns! When I said she should have left the ****** as soon as it started, she said that yes she agrees, but it becomes a form of attention - not very well explained, but hope you get the gist. I would gladly do the same to the twat and to the one in the OP's story!!!
In Dalrymple's book, he is talking to a victim of sporadic domestic violence (he worked for many years as a shrink in an inner-city hospital and in a prison), who spends some time making excuses for the scrote. At one point she says, "It's not his fault he can't control himself when he gets angry."

Dalrymple asks. "would he do it here then, in front of me?" and finally she twigs. He could control himself, he just liked beating up women.
 
#18
Yes and its 1/3 off GBH not attempted murder. Then he will get half off for good behaviour. Doubtless in less than 10 years he will repeat the offence on some other poor unfortunate.
 
#19
Sod normal sentencing I want him put through the system with the head shrinkers and locked away in Rampton with all the other untreatables that pose a risk to the public.
 

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