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Cyclist attackers have been jailed for a combined total of more than23 years



 
 
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Old July 5th 20, 02:17 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Mason[_6_]
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Default Cyclist attackers have been jailed for a combined total of more than23 years

What a good judge and even better sentences.
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Three men have been jailed for a combined total of more than 23 years after they were found guilty of launching a violent sword attack on a cyclist in a Cambridgeshire park.

Jordan Roberts, Ulili Ramalho and Umberto Femminilo were arrested last spring (2019) as part of an investigation into a joint-enterprise attack on a man in Bretton, Peterborough.

Roberts, 19, admitted he was with a group of others on the evening of 24 April and pleaded guilty to being involved in violent disorder, however, he denied causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent.

Ramalho, 23, and Femminilo, 18, denied being involved in the attack on the 42-year-old victim who was left with a six-inch slash to his arm.

At around 6.10pm on the night of the attack police were called by a member of the public, saying they believed there had been a stabbing in Essendyke.

The victim had been cycling in the area of Bretton Park when he was chased by a group of several men. Once he realised he was being chased he stopped to confront the group, who launched the attack.

One of the group swung a samurai-style sword toward the victim's head, resulting in a deep slash to his arm after he attempted to defend himself.

Other members of the group also pulled out knives, however the victim managed to run away where a member of the public helped him to safety.

DC Zoe Slater said: "This was a terrifying attack on an innocent member of the public who was going about his own business.

"The weapons used by this group could have caused much more serious injuries, or even the loss of life, but thankfully the victim managed to get to safety.

"I am pleading with the public to get in touch with us if they know someone who carries a weapon - the information can be passed on anonymously and it could save a life."

Ramalho, of Horton Walk in Westwood, and Femminilo, of Smallwood in Ravensthorpe, were both found guilty of causing GBH with intent following a trial at Peterborough Crown Court in January.

On Friday (July 3), Ramahlo was sentenced to seven years in prison, while Femminilo was jailed for three-and-a-half years.

Roberts, of Greenam in Bretton, admitted violent disorder but was later found guilty of causing GBH with intent at the end of the trial.

Today (July 5) he was sentenced to nine years in prison for these offences.

Dante Foster, 18, of Willonhold in Ravensthorpe, was found guilty of violent disorder following the trial. He will be sentenced at a later date not yet confirmed.

A fifth person, 18-year-old Mussa Balde, of Blackmead in Orton Malborne, was found not guilty of violent disorder following the trial.

Roberts was also sentenced for another instance of causing GBH with intent, however he pleaded guilty to a lesser offence of causing GBH without intent which was accepted in court.

He also admitted assaulting an emergency worker after he kicked a police officer who was arresting him. Roberts was sentenced to an additional four years in prison which will be added to the nine-year sentence, bringing his total setence (SIC) to 13 years in prison.

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Old July 5th 20, 02:34 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Cyclist attackers have been jailed for a combined total of more than 23 years

On 05/07/2020 14:17, Simon Mason wrote:
What a good judge and even better sentences.
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Three men have been jailed for a combined total of more than 23 years after they were found guilty of launching a violent sword attack on a cyclist in a Cambridgeshire park.

Jordan Roberts, Ulili Ramalho and Umberto Femminilo were arrested last spring (2019) as part of an investigation into a joint-enterprise attack on a man in Bretton, Peterborough.

Roberts, 19, admitted he was with a group of others on the evening of 24 April and pleaded guilty to being involved in violent disorder, however, he denied causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) with intent.

Ramalho, 23, and Femminilo, 18, denied being involved in the attack on the 42-year-old victim who was left with a six-inch slash to his arm.

At around 6.10pm on the night of the attack police were called by a member of the public, saying they believed there had been a stabbing in Essendyke.

The victim had been cycling in the area of Bretton Park when he was chased by a group of several men. Once he realised he was being chased he stopped to confront the group, who launched the attack.

One of the group swung a samurai-style sword toward the victim's head, resulting in a deep slash to his arm after he attempted to defend himself.

Other members of the group also pulled out knives, however the victim managed to run away where a member of the public helped him to safety.

DC Zoe Slater said: "This was a terrifying attack on an innocent member of the public who was going about his own business.

"The weapons used by this group could have caused much more serious injuries, or even the loss of life, but thankfully the victim managed to get to safety.

"I am pleading with the public to get in touch with us if they know someone who carries a weapon - the information can be passed on anonymously and it could save a life."

Ramalho, of Horton Walk in Westwood, and Femminilo, of Smallwood in Ravensthorpe, were both found guilty of causing GBH with intent following a trial at Peterborough Crown Court in January.

On Friday (July 3), Ramahlo was sentenced to seven years in prison, while Femminilo was jailed for three-and-a-half years.

Roberts, of Greenam in Bretton, admitted violent disorder but was later found guilty of causing GBH with intent at the end of the trial.

Today (July 5) he was sentenced to nine years in prison for these offences.

Dante Foster, 18, of Willonhold in Ravensthorpe, was found guilty of violent disorder following the trial. He will be sentenced at a later date not yet confirmed.

A fifth person, 18-year-old Mussa Balde, of Blackmead in Orton Malborne, was found not guilty of violent disorder following the trial.

Roberts was also sentenced for another instance of causing GBH with intent, however he pleaded guilty to a lesser offence of causing GBH without intent which was accepted in court.

He also admitted assaulting an emergency worker after he kicked a police officer who was arresting him. Roberts was sentenced to an additional four years in prison which will be added to the nine-year sentence, bringing his total setence (SIC) to 13 years in prison.

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Roberts, of Greenam in Bretton, admitted violent disorder but was later
found guilty of causing GBH with intent at the end of the trial.
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I'm surprised you didn't see the need to add [sic] (or even "(SIC)") to
the end of that.
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Old July 5th 20, 05:24 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Cyclist attackers have been jailed for a combined total of morethan 23 years

On Sunday, July 5, 2020 at 2:17:30 PM UTC+1, Simon Mason wrote:

"I am pleading with the public to get in touch with us if they know someone who carries a weapon - the information can be passed on anonymously and it could save a life."


Who wants to anonymously report Mr Pounder for carrying a sharpened chisel in his back pocket?
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Old July 5th 20, 05:30 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
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Default Cyclist attackers have been jailed for a combined total of more than 23 years

On Sun, 05 Jul 2020 16:24:59 GMT, Simon Mason
wrote:

On Sunday, July 5, 2020 at 2:17:30 PM UTC+1, Simon Mason wrote:

"I am pleading with the public to get in touch with us if they know
someone who carries a weapon - the information can be passed on
anonymously and it could save a life."


Who wants to anonymously report Mr Pounder for carrying a sharpened
chisel in his back pocket?


He should do the decent thing and turn himself in. I feel sorry for the
dog.

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