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BENNETT’S FAMILY AND LAWYER have accused the judge of ignoring their claims to the court about the wrongfulness of his previous convictions for murder and sex offences.
Sentencing Ben Glyn, 41, to life in jail without parole for the 2006 murders of Ben Cooper and Richard Bennett, a mother-of-four, Judge Anthony Hughes told the court he was no different from the people in prison today.
He accepted the deaths could not have been prevented but said it could have been prevented by people who would have had Ben’s good judgement when he went ahead with the sexual offences and murder but failed to act after being diagnosed with a mental disorder.
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The family of Ben Glyn, whose father Richard was killed in 2011 in the back of his Mercedes car after he was assaulted, gave evidence to the court at the Old Bailey today.
One of Mr Glyn’s lawyers, Tony Della Rocca, said: “My client didn’t do this to himself, he didn’t do this out of hatred for hi바카라s father or any particular political viewpoint.
“They knew he더킹카지노 would continue with his own evil deeds but it is no different to them. I can’t see the difference. He was a murderer, he did it for the same reason he did it to his father. He was a paedophile.
“He had the mind of a psychopath, he was out of control. He was the type of person who could see the future and stop things before they happened. If there had been a chance to stop him they would have.
“I don’t think he did any of this for personal gain, he just wanted to stop others going forward with the same wickedness he had gone through. His mental state as it was then was not that of a man who could be reasoned with, his mind was just going mad.
“He didn’t look in the mirror, he had no self awareness and he didn’t have that fear. He just wanted to kill the world and for people in prison to stop.”
Judge Hughes said he was satisfied Ben was mentally ill when he murdered, the inquest heard.
He said: “I have never, in my life, given a negative verdict to mental illness. The jury saw beyond the evidence, and it is not only their testimony but it is beyond the opinion of those who are called on during a hearing