Friday, March 15, 2013
THUG BEAT HIS GIRLFRIEND IN PUBLIC AND IS PUT ON PROBATION – Hitting anyone, let alone a woman, is an act of a person with so little moral fortitude that they are simply not human. I often find that people who are violent are also those with such small IQ’s that they simply cannot articulate their feeling and therefore lash out in a moronic outburst of pure rage.
Toby Hayden, pictured left, is an animal. No, I take that back, animals are nothing like Toby Hayden, he is in fact sub-human and the likes of him should be taken to the deepest darkest hole we can find and thrown in and forgotten about.
Here is someone, certainly not a man, who beat his girlfriend within an inch of her life all because the cash machine wouldn’t give him any cash.
His partner of 2 years, Loretta Butterworth, 22, took such a beating that it could quite easily have ended her life. As you can see from the picture below, her injuries are nothing short of horrific.
Hayden, at the time of the attack, was extremely drunk and flew into an almost unstoppable rage after repeated attempts to obtain money from a bank cash machine. It was only when passers-by heard her screaming and pleading for help were the police called.
Once the police arrived on the scene things didn’t get much better. He lashed out at both Police Officers by spitting, throwing punches and even trying to gouge one of the officers’ eyes out.
Considering the horrific turn of event, the injuries cased to Loretta and the Police Officers, you might think that it would be a foregone conclusion that Toby would be spending a serious amount of time in jail.
Unfortunately, and what has become the norm in the UK, the Judge sentenced Toby to just 200 hours community service with an 18 month order to hold the peace. The Judge remarked that a ‘community sentence order’ would be a far tougher punishment than imprisonment.
Prosecutors were not really surprised at the sentence, even though they pointed out to the Judge that Toby was in fact already on a ‘suspended sentence for a previous violent crime’, considering that the average criminal in prison, within the UK, has no less than 11 convictions and suspended sentence before being imprisoned.
Toby, it was reported, had no remorse for the incident and was happily smiling as he once again avoided prison for his violent behaviour.
Of course Toby’s legal defence team played the ‘liberal – this is a poor and misunderstood person with an alcohol problem’ which certain appeared to do the trick with the judge and that is the clear and unequivocal proof that our development of a ‘liberal’ society does not work – unless you are the criminal.
The judge, while having his hands firmly tied by all manner of legislation that prevents the imprisonment of such people, did point out that if a custodial sentence had been given he would have been freed within just 4 weeks and therefore the community service order was in fact the tougher option.
For most decent and hardworking folk it is almost unconceivable that such a person can commit such a heinous crime and walk away without any real punishment. Unfortunately our prisons are already over crowed and as the UK’s violent crime rate continues to soar, especially with respects to continuous influx of immigrants with criminal pasts and intent, the situation, until the laws are changed will not get any better.
Why, after trying decades of a ‘liberal’ system, which has created this whole mess, do we insist on supporting the idea that people like Toby Hayden, are ever going to change their ways unless we give them a firm reason to do so.
It is time; as a matter of fact it is beyond time, that the UK reintroduces the Birch or a similar system as in Singapore where criminals are caned. I can tell you that this type of punishment is extremely violent and yet its deterrent in Singapore is highly effective.
We could of course allow the likes to Toby Hayden to continue to go unpunished until his violent temper results in the life of an innocent person, but for the liberal do-gooders I guess this wouldn’t matter providing A) it wasn’t them on the receiving and and; B) it doesn’t affect Toby’s human rights.
How far has our society fallen when we openly accept this type of violence to be a way of life in the UK?