Fri, 08 Feb 2013 11:19a.m.
The man who fatally attacked Kapiti teenager Izak Millanta was sent to prison for six years at the High Court in Wellington today.
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9/02/2013 11:55:57 a.m.
I loved the summing up by the judge where with his criminal record and assaulting two others who could have been killed aswell he still gave 6 years as a sentence but will be out in 2 years on parole!
That judge has only insulted the family who are serving a life sentence for the loss of their son.
8/02/2013 8:02:11 p.m.
i'm so happy they have finally put someone away even though 6 years is not long enough, izak was a awesome guy and friend to me and everyday i still get upset about not seeing him anymore and his prison sentance should be longer for taking someones son and friend away
8/02/2013 7:00:12 p.m.
The murder victims family can't control their emotions? And they should be able to? Thats crazy. I really feel for the victims family. 6 years for murder...not enough. My god, what is going on here
8/02/2013 12:47:37 p.m.
@Erm, couldn't agree more, maybe it's time there was a major overhaul of the Nanny Judiciary in this country, or have they been instructed to keep the costs down by reducing sentences. Just shows how backward this Nanny Country is.
8/02/2013 11:49:18 a.m.
Why oh why oh why do judges continue to bend over backwards to take the side of the criminals? Six years for taking a life - and eligible for parole in less than two. A sham and a national disgrace. Remorse? Maybe for being caught, but not for his actions.
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