Three-year old Tiffany Wright was neglected and left in what prosecutors called “filth and squalor” by her mother and stepfather in the Sheffield pub they ran. She died of bronchial pneumonia directly attributable to chronic malnutrition.
Sabrina Hirst, 22, was jailed for 12 years for manslaughter. Robert Hirst, 44, got five years for child cruelty. The death penalty would have been more appropriate, if it still existed in the UK, that is.
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Luke Aujila, 21, argued with Gian Chand Bajar over the cab fare before he drove towards him as he lay hurt in the road in Gravesend, Kent, in May 2007.
Aujila, of Dorchester Road, Gravesend, admitted the manslaughter of the 71-year-old but had denied murder.
A father and son have been convicted of killing a 21-year-old man in a McDonald’s restaurant.
Richard Moore died after suffering a blow to the neck in the restaurant in Hay Hill, Norwich, on 21 March.
They have both been remanded in custody and will be sentenced at a date to be fixed later this month.
A rope around the neck would be appropriate.