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05 Jan 15 22:02
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http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/Jail-teenager-carried-machete-Plymouth-street/story-22864650-detail/story.html

A TEENAGER was sent to prison for four months today after he was found carrying a machete in the street.

Date September 2014

lets move forward to New Years Eve

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2897119/Pair-appear-court-charged-axe-murder-builder-outside-pub-New-Year-s-Eve.html

Surely this cant be the Same Donald Pemberton ,quite unbeleivable ...

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By:
Ibrahima Sonko
When: 05 Jan 15 22:06
No doubt the authorities will learn lessons from this  terrible crime. Sad
By:
casemoney
When: 05 Jan 15 22:11
totally innocent victim ,unprovoked attack etc

The maximum penalty for an adult carrying a knife is 4 years in prison and a fine of £5,000.

So they gave him 4 months for carrying a machete Plain let him out after fk knows how long Plain

The blood of these people is on the hands of the Judge and the Defence lawyer imo Let hope they have a happy new year ..
By:
leazes67
When: 05 Jan 15 22:11
both incidents in plymouth....same name.
looks very much like you have linked the two.
By:
casemoney
When: 05 Jan 15 22:13
Julia Cox, speaking in defence at Plymouth Magistrates’ Court, told the judge how Pemberton had purchased the machete from a friend on June 13.

She said he wanted it as a “decorative item” for his bedroom.
By:
casemoney
When: 05 Jan 15 22:15
deffo the same bloke leaze beyond belief
By:
Ibrahima Sonko
When: 05 Jan 15 22:17
“He showed it to his friend but kept it primarily in its sheaf,” she added.

“It was not fully removed and it was not brandished, nor were any threats made. He tells me he had no intention of using it.
By:
Crisp77
When: 05 Jan 15 22:18
Confused

You had another set of erotic novels for Xmas Sonko
By:
leazes67
When: 05 Jan 15 22:25
Post-mortem revealed he died of a stab wound to the 'back of the chest'

to the back of the chest??
in other words stabbed in the back.
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:26
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO EVEN OWN A MACHETE????????????.....................beyond me....Tell me about it! PLEASE.
By:
guinness2dear
When: 05 Jan 15 22:30
Good work casemoney.

What an absolute shíthole of a society we all live in.
By:
Burton-Brewers
When: 05 Jan 15 22:34
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO EVEN OWN A MACHETE

they're very good for splitting wood
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:41
Who chops wood thee days?
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:41
*these.....sorry
By:
Burton-Brewers
When: 05 Jan 15 22:42
my wife does sometimes and she found it easier than using an axe
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:45
What does she use Buerton-Brewers?
By:
guinness2dear
When: 05 Jan 15 22:45
My ex didn't need an axe
By:
Burton-Brewers
When: 05 Jan 15 22:48
well it's a machete I don't know what make it is
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:49
Machete? - that has to be somewhat extreme......don't you think?
By:
Burton-Brewers
When: 05 Jan 15 22:51
well it's easier than getting her to karate chop the wood
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 22:55
Burton-Brewers - I can imagine!!!!!!!!! you must be  very, very proud........................... Crazy
By:
Burton-Brewers
When: 05 Jan 15 22:58
that's kind of you to say Dewey, yes I am she's a great wife and mother
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 23:02
Burton-Brewers.....That's very, very good to hear..... these daysHappy
By:
alun2005
When: 05 Jan 15 23:08
I'm sure that even as we discuss this, a well-oiled army of persons will be mobilised for the defence of the criminal(s) cited in the above cases, looking for the slightest trivial technical or procedural error to preserve his Human Right to be a Criminal. And all no doubt funded by the taxpayer, completely against the wishes of the vast majority.
By:
call me a taxi
When: 05 Jan 15 23:18
dewey    05 Jan 15 22:26 
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO EVEN OWN A MACHETE????????????.....................beyond me....Tell me about it! PLEASE.


He's got no chance against my samurai sword.

Purely in the house for decorative purposes.
By:
casemoney
When: 05 Jan 15 23:20
Guy who died has facebook page Iv'e sent the admin the link regarding the  4 month sentence wonder if his friends and family know ..
By:
dewey
When: 05 Jan 15 23:52
call me a taxi - you're particular  post renders me Speechless.................................(this is what we're up against these days).  Is it any wonder?
By:
tobermory
When: 05 Jan 15 23:59
and then there was this too......


Plymouth teenager spared jail for Christmas Eve assault

By Plymouth Herald  |  Posted: January 13, 2014

By SAM BLACKLEDGE Herald reporter

A TEENAGER who launched an unprovoked attack on another man on Christmas Eve has been spared jail.

Donald Pemberton, aged 19, of Victoria Road, St Budeaux, punched the man in the face before being tackled by police officers who had been called to the scene.


Plymouth Magistrates’ Court heard that Pemberton was walking along Union Street when he came across another group of revellers.

Prosecutor Michael Brown said: “Mr Pemberton became aggressive towards them, shouting ‘Come on then, let’s have it’. The aggrieved describes Mr Pemberton lunging towards them."

Pemberton punched the victim once to the side of the face, causing a cut to his upper left cheek and a swollen nose.

Mr Brown said: “Two officers were called to the incident and he was described as behaving aggressively towards them. PC Rowland was receiving lunges and swings from the defendant. PC Canning tried to deploy his Taser, the defendant tried to grab the Taser out of the his hand and the officer suffered an injured thumb.

“Mr Pemberton said he was too drunk to remember what was happening.”

Pemberton admitted assault by beating and resisting an officer in the execution of his duty by giving a false name when asked for his details.

Graham Kinchin, for Pemberton, said: “This is a young man of just 19 years of age. He lives with his parents, he has put in an application to join the army.

“This particular incident is one that my client unfortunately could not recall. It was captured on CCTV which is not available, but my client does not wish to delay matters any further and is happy to accept his guilt.”

Mr Kinchin added: “If only the court could sentence to two years in the army, I think that would be sufficient for this young man.”

District Judge Ian Strongman told Pemberton: “This was an unprovoked attack on somebody having an evening out. You were drunk, you caused serious injury and when the police started to arrest you you behaved badly towards them. You tried to grab the Taser and gave a false name when asked about your details. You are within a whisker of me saying that a custodial sentence is appropriate.”

Pemberton was handed a 12 month community order with 150 hours unpaid work, and fined a total of £260.
By:
Eeternaloptimist
When: 05 Jan 15 23:59
Indeed. Samurai swords can be very dangerous. I always make sure my sawn off's cartridges are under the bed with it rather than in it. You can't be too careful. Laugh
By:
dewey
When: 06 Jan 15 00:04
People are so very, very clever these days....aren't they?!!!!!!Devil
By:
guinness2dear
When: 06 Jan 15 00:07
They should make defence lawyers act as guarantors to clients future behaviour..

There ye go, justice system sorted in one fell swoop...
By:
call me a taxi
When: 06 Jan 15 00:11
dewey    05 Jan 15 23:52 
call me a taxi - you're particular  post renders me Speechless.................................(this is what we're up against these days).  Is it any wonder?


I used to live in east London dewey, and the reason I have a samurai sword is that when we moved out of London I left my Indian cavalry sabre hanging on the gas meter in the utility room.

My samurai sword is for decoration, but if anybody came on to my property uninvited I'd soon get it off the stand it suits on.
By:
akabula
When: 06 Jan 15 00:12
Seems a right cant that lad Tobermory.
I see him flicking the fingers when getting taken into court.
Hopefully put away for a long time.
By:
casemoney
When: 06 Jan 15 01:05
Pemberton admitted assault by beating and resisting an officer in the execution of his duty...

unreal assaulting a police officer and he walks ,never mind attacking some poor innocent fcker ,twice this lump of **** should have been banged up ,yet still left free to roam the streets and cause carnage Plain truly beyond belief ...
By:
Eeternaloptimist
When: 06 Jan 15 01:31
Time was they'd have that cnunt in the back of the van and taught him a lesson and he may well have changed his ways. Scrotes are emboldened by their untouchability and the justice system encourages them.
By:
casemoney
When: 06 Jan 15 01:47
Agree Eternal u attacked a copper in my day ,you got the shyte kicked out of you Plain
By:
minardi
When: 06 Jan 15 02:00
si i think from all this we can assume that despite numerous previous costs  .. Pemberton has now killed and will be held in bars at significant more cost until he is let out to do it again .. surely a once in a ife time knees up for him with a few in the nick will sort all this out .. i say this as i knew a psycho like him in town i grew up in ... but i really think the answer is to let him look after his defending lawyers kids as she clearly thinks he is a very nice guy ...
By:
minardi
When: 06 Jan 15 02:02
Eternal - this one is a wrong un  .. the sooner he is six foot under the better ... nothing will sort him out
By:
Paddy Hair
When: 06 Jan 15 02:06
CMAT should you ever require a new forum name, I suggest Grasshopper.
I bet you could take both wings off a fly before he knew the first one had gone.
By:
Capt__F
When: 07 Jan 15 00:42
same person terrible story should not be out again
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