Very lenient sentences, indeed.Rather lenient sentences. So these are first generation migrants?
Dare I say they will serve less than that, in prison.All five were jailed at Birmingham Crown Court on Tuesday for a total of 10 years and four months after being convicted of violent disorder.
Faal, 21, of Coventry, was jailed for two years while Lidiu, 20, of Walsall, West Mids., was caged for two years and three months.
Lebert, 23, of no fixed address, was jailed for 20 months and Lynvest, 22, of Birmingham, was jailed for two years and three months.
As to are they "first generation migrants?" Who knows, they could have been born here or legal or illegal, migrants, I doubt the media on the whole want to know much less inform. If they are legal migrants then deportation post sentence should be considered.
If they illegal migrants then the sad truth is that getting them deported is likely to be a long and costly too the public purse. Sadly many of the naive left wont care as the public purse is only maintained by the tax payer, and they cannot equate that the public purse, is not bottomless.