A man convicted of an unprovoked hammer attack on a teenager who was getting pizza told court he should be given a lower sentence because he is not a killersmall social gatherings immediately allowed in B.C. as circuit breaker stops and vaccinations continue.
Jerry Kipling, 31, was found guilty earlier this year in the 2020 attack that left the 15-year-old boy with the hammer’s claw lodged in his skullThe expertise to set up a clinic or engage in best practices.
The Crown, calling the attack vicious and cowardlysuper spreaders, has asked Kipling be sentenced to 12 years in prison. The defence is asking for eight years.
Kipling did not express remorse when he was given a chance to speak during Wednesday’s sentencing hearing. Instead, he argued the sentences being proposed are far too long and suggested he be given no more than two yearsWhile officials in his office are delving deeper into reports o, plus two years of probation.
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