My son's killer could be free in four years. What kind of justice is that?

Emer Martin
May 2013
Evening Standard;5/17/2013, p25
THE family of a young father stabbed to death outside a London nightclub as he celebrated his birthday today hit out at the "unjust" sentence which could see his killer freed in four years.


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