Skip to comments.CCTV Punch Attacks: Michael Ayoade Jailed
Posted on 02/26/2013 5:46:45 AM PST by the scotsman
'A man who punched a teenage girl and a female student, leaving them unconscious on the ground, has been jailed for four years.
Michael Ayoade, 35, was caught on CCTV staging the random attacks in Plaistow, east London.
In the second attack on November 13 last year, he jogged up behind a 16-year-old girl in the High Street and punched her in the head. The teenager fell to the ground, breaking three of her teeth.
A year earlier, Ayoade punched a university student in the side of the head at Plaistow tube station. His victim, Daniella Montieth, was taken to hospital with a broken tooth.
Passing sentence at Inner London Crown Court, Judge Roger Chapple said Ayoade, of Greengate Street, Plaistow, had launched "vicious, unprovoked attacks on young, lone females".'
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What are the chances he’ll experience getting sucker punched in the head, while in prison?
good place for him
Fixed it fer ya.
Is this similar to the sick knockout “game” that some blacks are perpetrating in the US? A group of blacks seek out a lone white person to punch out (or an Asian will do), and score points if they knock the person out with one punch. They target weaker victims - women, the elderly - in their vile attacks.
If fact they love the fear and mayhem created by these thugs because the low level street crime distracts from the high level crimes being committed in the halls of power.
To be honest, these days, 4 yrs is a good sentence. Some more liberal judges might haqve given him as little as 6 months for each crime. I’d like a heavier sentence, but to be honest, I am fairly happy with 4 years.
It is not a “good” sentence by any stretch of the imagination. 5 years for each offense served consecutively would be a “good” sentence.
And the fact that you’re “fairly happy” with only four years is indicative of the cultural rot afflicting Britian’s population.
I am happy BECAUSE I know the light sentences given these days. I DID say I would have preferred a heavier sentence. I was ‘happy;’ in that context, not happy per se. You are reading too much of my soul from one post, mate.
BTW, I seem to remember an American who slaughtered an entire village of women and children 40+ years ago, and what did he get?. House arrest. And lauded by half the country as a hero.
Or does Limeytown only get the rot?.
Yes, quite similar. In the UK, the practice is known as “happy slapping”, because it started out just with kids running up and slapping random people while their friends recorded it on their phones. Now, it has progressed to randomly punching people in the head. I don’t think there is as much of a racial element to it as there is in the US though.
I believe you’re referring to Lt. Calley and the village of Mi Lai in Viet Nam. In my view the good Lt. was perfectly justified burning that place to the ground and killing everyone in it. He should have gotten a medal.
“If you harbor terrorists, you are a terrorist.” I believe your own PM said something like that. The people in Mi Lai were harboring, aiding, and abetting communists who were killing American troops. They sowed the wind and reaped a whirlwind.
Limeytown ain’t the only place that’s rotting to be sure. But y’all sure have your own very distinctive odor.
My Lai was justified?.
Wow, just wow.
I agree. After the killing, capture, mutiliation and torture of several of LT Calley’s troops the civilized thing to do would have been to back off and call in a snake-and-nape air strike.
That American troops were being killed by VietCong is not in doubt. But there cannot be any justification for the slaughter of 500 men, women and children that day.
How can Americans rage about terrorism, 9-11, WTC93, the USS Cole and Nazi war crimes, then justify that slaughter
is frankly incredible.
Calley may be a hero to you.
Men like Hugh Thompson are mine.
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