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A man who was【超级中特2017全年通 】 jailed as a boy for the brutal murder of a dad-of-five has failed in a court bid for an early shot at parole. Jordan Carroll wa

s 15 when he and an older friend battered 43-year-old Michael Eccles as he walked home from 【今晚开奖号码结果 】a shop in January 2009. Car

roll, now 22, and Carl Keatley, now 28, followed Mr Eccles from【好彩堂跑狗彩图总绘 】 the shop in the Dimbles area of Lichfield, Staffordshire, and set about him. He was k【六开彩开奖结平码记录 】nocked over and repeatedly ki【2020年台湾码开奖查询 】cked an【老猴骑马倒着走一肖 】d stampe【香港马会资料王中王管家婆彩图 】d on 【包肖怎么赔 】just yards from his own home. So savage was the attack that Carroll left his footprints i【三九上下看 蛇逃犬紧追打一生肖 】mprinted on Mr Eccles’ face and chin. The thugs’ victim suffered a 【推荐最准期期十码 】shattered eye socket, collapsed lung, broken ribs and stamping injuries, and later died in hospital. Jailed: Jordan Ca【2019年115期跑狗图图 】rroll was sentenced to a minimum of 11 years behind bars for Michael Eccles murder【50元四肖全中多少 】 (Image: PA) In October 2009, at Birmingham Crown Court, t【饿虎吞羊打一肖 】he teenager was convicted of murder and sentenced to a

minimum of 11 years behi【2020年87期跑狗图彩报 】nd bars . The dec【香港跑狗报高清图网站 】ision meant it would be 2020 before Carroll, formerly also from Lichfield, could even appl【清高跑狗图150期 】y for his freedom. Last week, after a review of the cas【流浪江湖打一肖 】e in Lo

ndon, Mrs Justice MacGowan refused to grant a reduction to

allow【《辉煌三肖六码》 】 an earlier chance of release, the Birmingham Mail reports . Although he had do

ne well in prison, Carroll’s progress was not ‘exceptional and unforeseen’, she said. “There is no doubt that Jordan Carroll has made very real and substantial progress,” she said. “He has volunteered for, and successfully completed, all the courses that are avai【tk26欣欣图库总合资料 】【马会来料频果报 】lable to【香港银财神报玄机图 】 him to address his offending behaviour, as well 【马会波色资料查询 】as practical and educational courses. He has undertaken positions of responsibility in custody and has

demonstrated increasing maturity and awareness. “All of this is very much to his credit and will stand him in good 【土行孙夫妻阵亡打一肖 】stead when, in due course, the Parole Board 【今年特马数字表 】considers the 【香港赛马会什么时候 】question of his release on licence”. Dad-of-five: Michael【2020第二十七期跑狗图 】 Eccles, 43, died in hospital from【香港内部透特四肖四码 】 injuri【2o17年澳门葡京赌侠诗 】es sustained in the a【滕州火车站北边足疗按摩 】ttack But she concluded: “This, however, is not a case in which it is possible to recommend any 【2017年特马开奖资料 】reduction in Jordan Carroll’s tariff.” The judge said she had also read a sta【2019年复式二中二公式表 】tement 【2020年129期玄机跑狗图 】from Mr Eccles’ family in coming to her decision. Speaking after Carroll was sentenced for murder,【赛马会活多久 】 M【1白小姐平码三中三 】r Eccles’ brother-in-law John Bayliss launched a stinging attack

on the Gove【香港球彩台直播软件 】rnment’s approach to dealing with anti-social behaviour. “We as a family are 【大刀皇杀10码 】very disappointed with the sentences that have been passed down,” he said. “It is no surprise that innocent people are b【三肖六码开奖资料 】ein【2017白小姐季刊 】g murdered when the consequences are so fe【246zl天天好彩免费全 】eble. “This is not justice. These evil people have been foun

d guilty of murder and have shown no remorse at all. The Government must see that society is broken. Until there are some se

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ent【四不像玄机图44期 】ences given out for his murder added insult to injury. “I don’t care if it is a fist, a boot, a knife or a gun,”

said Yvonne, who was with Michael for 25 years. “In the absence of capital punishme

n【(香港来料)鼠报{正版} 】t, life should mean life.”