Minimum sentences, minimum justice – Zenith Chambers

Posted October 30th, 2012 in criminal justice, firearms, news, sentencing by sally

“A five year old girl, Thusha Kamaleswaran, was shot through the spine and paralysed from the waist down for life, in March 2011. She was in her uncle’s shop in Stockwell, London, when two bullets were fired from a gun by a gang member from outside into the shop. Three men were put on trial for the shooting, and convicted at the Old Bailey on 26th March 2012. The jury at the trial were shown CCTV footage of Thusha skipping happily in the aisle in her pink dress and red cardigan shortly before she was struck. ”

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Zenith Chambers, 23rd October 2012