UPDATE: Kurt Pemberton gets four years for chopping girlfriend

Pemberton was sentenced on Friday morning

Bus driver Edison Kurt Pemberton was on March 17, 2017 sentenced to four years and seven months in jail for the November 2015 brutal cutlass attack on his then-girlfriend, Bianca Blanchard.

The incident took place at her workplace in Roseau.

Pemberton pleaded guilty the charge of grievous bodily harm with intent in January 2017.

Justice Victoria Charles-Clarke then ordered a social inquiry report on Pemberton.

That report painted him as a peaceful person and that incident was out of character.

Brief facts of the case

Bianca Blanchard and Edison Kurt Pemberton were in a relationship and the two lived together at a house in Pointe Michel.

On November 23, 2015 both left home at about 7:15 am on a bus driven by Pemberton. At about 10:00 am, Blanchard received a call while at work and as a result went to the Pointe Michel bus stop and boarded a bus for her home in Pointe Michel.

On arrival, she attempted to open the door but it was locked. She used her keys and on entry, met Pemberton in the house and he said to her, “somebody call you already.”

She also saw a young lady in her bedroom and asked her what she was doing in her house. Pemberton told her that he had brought her to use the washroom and the young lady repeated the same thing.

He then told the young lady to “go” and in the process held on to Blanchard who asked him to hand over the keys for the house, which he did. They both left the house and he followed her to the bus stop and insisted that he had nothing with the young lady.

The two took a bus and left for Roseau but stopped briefly at Newtown and then went back to work.

Pemberton then went to Blanchard’s workplace about an hour later asking for the key to the house so he could collect his belongings. She refused, telling him that he had damaged her furniture in her house the last time and the matter had gone to court and he was yet to pay the $10,000 fine.

She then called the Court section to verify if he had paid and was told no. She reminded him that if he did not behave she would be calling them to arrest him.

She also told him that later she would get the police and then have him come for his belongings.

Not pleased Pemberton told Blanchard that he would be back.

He returned later with a cutlass wrapped in cream paper and said to her, “you want me to go to jail…I will kill you and go jail.”

He then started hitting her with the cutlass and told her that her niece would be next.

He swung several blows towards her neck but she put up both her hands and started screaming.

Pemberton then left and went to the Roseau Police station and gave himself up to the police.

Among her injuries were a 20-cm wound to right hand; a 9-cm wound to right hand; a 6-and a 5-cm wound to left forearm among many other injuries.

She was immediately taken to surgery and spent a number of days at the Princess Margaret Hospital and was unable to use both hands.

The doctor said that she will never get 100 percent use of the hands again, both are now deformed and she is doing continuous therapy.

Mitigation

Pemberton’s lawyer Wayne Norde, in his mitigation, told the court the while he admits that the facts are “not pretty” he begged of the court to “temper justice with mercy” and be lenient on his client who was remorseful and willing to apologize to the victim in open court.

Norde also said that the behaviour was “uncharacteristic” of his client who felt that some “supernatural forces had beseeched him on that day.”

Sentencing

The maximum sentence is 10 years.

Justice Victoria Charles-Clarke said the aggravating aspects of the case were that the attack was premeditated, it was a case of domestic violence, a cutlass was used and the Blanchard continues to experience trauma and Pemberton was “unwilling to accept full responsibilities for his action, blaming it on supernatural forces.”

The Judge used seven years as her starting point and gave him the 1/3 reduction for his early guilty plea and sentenced him to four years and seven months.

She also ordered counseling for anger management.

The one year and four months spent on remand were taken as ‘time spent’ from the sentence.

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88 Comments

  1. MIA
    March 21, 2017

    That is crazy that man would spend the rest of his life in jail in the USA. only 4 1/2 jail time wow?

  2. my 2 cents
    March 21, 2017

    4 years? are you kidding me?4 years? no no no no no man!!!!!!

  3. March 21, 2017

    DNO, why the refusal to post my comment? It WAS not rude, or disrespectful in nay way, shape, or form? Why do you no post my comments? I see so many foolish things written on here, yet, you chose to not display mine? Is it because I am from the Grandbay area? Do you not expect anything good from Grand bay? Enlighten me, PLEASE! No wonder allu will remind behind God’s back; Favoritism is NOT COOL!

    ADMIN: You will just have to wait until it is published.

    • March 21, 2017

      Yeah, right. You know you trying to save face. :oops: It was NOT published, Admin. I posted three days prior, and it NEVER got published and you know this. Anyway, it is YOUR world and the rest of us, just live in it. Thanks for publishing the others.

  4. Be Good
    March 20, 2017

    he needs more time for this i’m sorry he should move on

  5. televangelists are false prophets
    March 20, 2017

    Shame. This country is too free.

  6. John Simeon
    March 20, 2017

    Say what we ant here. The young lady left her work and went to her home on the basis of certain information that she received. We can all assume that some neigbour/friend/passenger on the bus saw what was taking place and called her. That simple phone call or information caused the lady lifetime injuries and emotional pain. Shame on that person whoever you/they are. Your conscience will eat you to death. each time you see the young lady.

  7. Anon anon
    March 20, 2017

    If he committed buggery on her he would get 5 years.

  8. John Simeon
    March 20, 2017

    That is a sad day for justice in Dominica. Based on the facts of the case as reported here, there was every intention to seriously hurt the young lady including attempting to murder. Everything was done in cold blood in the very presence of her co-workers in an office fitted with security cameras.

    Like the ex-convict from La Plaine he might just circumvent the system with a display of “good behavior” at Stockfarm. That may just qualify him for a further reduction. CAHNGE THELAW TO MAKE IT PRROVIDE FOR A MINIMUM PERIOD OF INCASCERATION BEFORE ANY CONSIDERATION COULD BEGIVEN FOR AN EARLY RELEASE.

  9. RC
    March 20, 2017

    “Norde also said that the behaviour was “uncharacteristic” of his client who felt that some “supernatural forces had beseeched him on that day.”

    The lawyer must read the foregoing quotation and the next. Tell me what is out of character relative to this gentleman? “Pemberton then went to Blanchard’s workplace about an hour later asking for the key to the house so he could collect his belongings. She refused, telling him that he had damaged her furniture in her house the last time and the matter had gone to court and he was yet to pay the $10,000 fine”. That social enquiry report ( “a peaceful person and that incident was out of character”) is VERY SUSPECT. It cannot even come close to an objective report of the “animal” we are dealing with. Peaceful person?

  10. Souse
    March 19, 2017

    4 years? That’s it? This place is ridiculous and the judicial systems sucks….the judge should be ashamed….that is 20 years to start

  11. Concerned
    March 19, 2017

    How comes the social inquiry reported him as a peaceful person with no incident when according to Blanchard he had previously damaged her home most likely in a fit of anger??? Nonsense. A person who can get that enraged to be so brazen as to brutally attack their partner at their work place could never have had a spotless record. Life is a chain of events with each one leading up to the other. She should have left him a long time ago. He deserves his four years and more.

  12. Just saying
    March 19, 2017

    Sad Sad a man almost murder his girlfriend get 4 year in jail and man had sex with an other man and gets five year in jail sets of Hippocrates most of you people hide behind close door and do the same
    I am not for that buggery thing and don’t call it that, he had sex just with a male as him people we are are living in a world were same sex relationship is normal but trying to kill some one will never be

    • televangelists are false prophets
      March 20, 2017

      hypocrites. not hippo crates

  13. Joshua for P M #2
    March 19, 2017

    i am very disappointed at that sentence no wonder we have so much crime in this country, these mild sentence is sending no message to criminals such sentence should not be less than 15 years fine and confine.

  14. truth , shall set you free
    March 19, 2017

    a country where only the poor is prosecuted

  15. concern citizen
    March 19, 2017

    This is unbelievable. Only four years. If he had killed her, no number of years would have been enough. The man gave up himself to the police, that should indicate that something is terribly wrong with him. He needs help and he will be out and functional in four years. Things are so unfair. What if he hurts someone else.

  16. Clergy Man
    March 19, 2017

    Attempted murder gets the same sentence as marijuana possession?? What a country.

  17. CONSCIOUS
    March 19, 2017

    I read he had already destroyed her property in an earlier domestic case and restitution was $10,000. Yet she too him back and slept with him in her house. What is wrong with women?W;hat is wrong with the brain on their neck. I say to myself I can love any man but I love myself more. You have to be a little selfish in this world to survive.

  18. love life
    March 18, 2017

    Ladies, just be careful with who all put yourselves with.
    Don’t stay in a relationship where your life is threatened. And fellas let’s treat our women better than that we may not all have sister but we all came from a woman, and in no way would we like someone to do that to our Mothers.

  19. Anonymous
    March 18, 2017

    Yeah what a big joke of a criminal investigation Justice system! That’s why people will get away with murder. Smh

  20. Joshua For PM
    March 18, 2017

    Best they appeal that sentence . That’s nonsense … 10 years needed ………..thats ATTEMPTED MURDER ……..PREMEDITATED……………Ahhhhhhhhhhh………judge?

  21. BelleFran
    March 18, 2017

    Violence against women in DOMINICA is critical issue which must be prioritized in the judicial system….too many of the same. Rise up Women! Rise up! You deserve the best!

  22. right there
    March 18, 2017

    the aggravating factors alone should hve allowed for a higher sentence…it was premeditated done in broad daylight..the young lady will never have 100% use of her hand..and u give the guy 4 years and out of that 4yrs a year has to b removed for time spent…like really..and not to mention the prison decides on their own to always remove time 4 good behaviour automatically even though its not law…so in all kurt will be out in less than 2years..really thst is just bull …he should be doing a good 12yrs for that crime…#sheneedstogo #weneedamalejudge #thatjudgeisawasteoftime #sendherbackstlucia

  23. tru d bino q la
    March 18, 2017

    The punishment for such heinous acts has to have an impact on the perpetrator’s future behavior and in the absence of that, it is bound to be repeated even by others. Jail-time alone is not always the solution; in fact there never is a solution _ it is not like taking a toilet bowl from an abandoned house and can be recovered if you get caught or even relocating a nanny goat to your yard on the pretext that you saw a rope laying on the ground but did not know that the animal had attached itself at the other end. In this case, this entity has in essence, destroyed a fellow human both physically and psychologically. Some may call it a crime of passion or a case ‘possession’ but still that defense can not pass muster legally for it can not be proven. the convict is spiritually dead and needs ‘Light’. Years in the slammer will not turn on the switch. We need to find creative ways to deter such barbarism for it now seems to be a pattern. I recommend counseling even for those reading…

  24. Justice LeBlanc
    March 18, 2017

    In my opinion this sentence is not suitable for the crime against an innocent, defenseless woman in her workplace and second these types of sentences sends a very bad message to those who abuses women. On the contrary 100 years would not give her back everthing she has loss but it would definately teach him and others like him something to consider before doing these evil acts. Infact, in some ways she now lives the lifetime “sentence” with wound and pain that this so called person inflicked on her.

  25. ?????????
    March 18, 2017

    Stop judging. We do not know the condition of his heart. It is only God who knows and what we know of the characteristic of our Father towards us , who knows? Mercy and grace we do not deserve even Pemberton. But for God. He knows the condition of our hearts. We do not understand so many things in our own selves and our own understanding until it happens home or close to us and then we are the ones who want mercy for ours
    God is not like us. Let the Lord’s will be done. Also in the young woman lives. Pray for her for complete healing so God will be glorified. I pray that she resumes using her hands 100% again so Father be glorified. Young man should get closer and closer to God who can heal him of his bad temper.

  26. winston warrington
    March 18, 2017

    This is utter nonsense. We are looking at permanent disability of the victim. The victim was denied justice while the perpetrator was rewarded with leniency.

  27. Social Conscious
    March 18, 2017

    :?: I’m not sure I completely understand how this scenario worked itself down to just a four year sentence in a court of law. No matter how we look at it, there was a deadly weapon, premeditation, a prior guilty ruling with $10K, a threat, motive, a new guilty plea, and finally a victim with life long pain and suffering from the crime. Who was her lawyer? :-|
    This can’t be justice!! This can’t be Dominica!!!

  28. mine
    March 18, 2017

    A woman judge robbed another who was hurt on her job by an insane boyfriend. WOW! where is justice? He went to kill her and get only four years in jail real sad.

  29. My thoughts
    March 18, 2017

    Four years?!!! This is attempted murder!!! This man’s actions were premeditated. This is one of the reasons why some “boys” in DA believe they can do women whatever they want and get away with it. This man would have gotten more than 20 years for his actions in the US.

  30. Zor Bon La
    March 18, 2017

    While we all want to hang the …… in question, we still need to ask what is the responsibility of our young women. There was already an incident that landed before the courts. He was ordered to pay money for some damages so you knew of his violent nature. When we downplay events and say ‘he is not normally like that’ we actually encourage it. He had shown his character before so please don’t tell me he was a nice, nice boy. I do not condone any form of domestic violence. This young woman will now learn a powerful lesson; when a beast has already shown you his violent nature, do not take him back. Had you left the first time, there would not have been a second time. Good luck to you and as for the zaman, who chose to put a cutlass to a woman, I hope you find fulfillment in prison.

  31. Sweet
    March 18, 2017

    I thought Politics was upside down in our country but the JUSTICE system seems to have grabbed the Grammys for awarding someone who clearly attempted to kill the young lady only 4 years. Justice in Dominica is UPSIDE Down INSIDE OUT. 4years? Am gonna hope is a typo!

  32. spiteful
    March 18, 2017

    I agree with every one else that this man should have gotten the maximum time in jail for such a gruesome act but i must say that this young lady needed a reality check. After a man destroy all of your belongings (furniture) you took him to court and he owes you $10,000.00, What the hell are you still doing with that guy to even have him in your house with keys? Young ladies ask you’ll selves a question.

  33. Let The truth Be Told - Original
    March 18, 2017

    Reading this gave me the creeps of how he slashed her many times. He intended to kill her. Were his words not taken into account?
    Some lawyers have the nerve. He said the facts are not pretty and he asked the Court to temper justice with mercy?
    It is too bad she did not call the Police and asked to be accompanied to the house.
    So your live-in girlfriend was not enough for you? Shame! How old was this younger girl? I hope his girlfriend ditched him once and for all. This is a no-good man.
    Peaceful man and he had damaged her furniture? He almost killed her. Now her hands are deformed and she will never have 100 per cent use of them. Apology will not eliminate what he did and restore them to full use. What of her pain and suffering?
    The judge should have stuck to the seven years.
    Criminals do not deserve time off because they spend time in prison.
    When lawyer and judge die and stand before God for their judgment, woe to them!
    Her lawyer should appeal.

    • Let The truth Be Told - Original
      March 18, 2017

      This was an atrocious crime which has left an indelible mark on her hands; her entire body for that matter will be affected.
      If she does not have the use of her hands, she will not be able to work. How sad. Who will support her?
      Ten years should be the minimum sentence; no less.

      • John Simeon
        March 20, 2017

        To make matters worst. At he time he had an incomplete matter before the court in reference to violence he did to her furniture. The second time he maimed her I=at her work place in the presence of all and sundry. Next time! God forbid. Who knows!!

  34. Jasmine
    March 17, 2017

    Only in Dominica!!!!! Look a stupid country!!!!!!!!!!! Pure !!!!! 4 years for attempted murder ….there is no justice in this place!!!!!!!!!!

  35. Women Don't Play
    March 17, 2017

    1. This is attempted murder and his action was premeditated therefore, he should have received the maximum sentence under the law.
    2. What he did was in his character and there should have been no mitigating consideration: he damaged her furniture and was supposed to pay $10,000 in damages. Off course he had the propensity to harm her.
    3. You mean the judge did not even consider the woman’s inability to work and provide for herself as she was maimed by this ………. When he gets out of jail he will go on with his life while she will be dependent on others to do and provide for her.
    4. Women need to wise up!!! How can a man damage your furniture to the tune of $10,000 for whatever disagreement you may have had with him, and you taking him back and even allowing him to have a key to your house? He is so disrespectful he even brings other women to your house. Now look at your situation. WOMAN TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR LIVES!

  36. %
    March 17, 2017

    Mr deserved a full 20years of imprisonment!We Re not living in a real country…No respect for life,and the judicial system has FAILED Dominica full time.

  37. qstorm78
    March 17, 2017

    That’s madness.. such a vicious attack and the POS only gets 4 yrs? What does that say to the abusers out there? That’s a disgrace.

  38. Thisisbs
    March 17, 2017

    If she didnt put up her hands she would be dead. 4 years?????? This judge is insane!

  39. Nyer
    March 17, 2017

    How many years do people spend in jail for weed in DA?

  40. Silent Observer
    March 17, 2017

    That is a message to all the women out there in abusive and domestic violent relationships. The warning signs were there. You took him court to pay for your belongings he damaged and didn’t pay yet still he came back in that same house with new stuff. That was the beginning or not. Women get out before it’s too late!

  41. ttesa n
    March 17, 2017

    Maybe the judge will serve the rest of his sentence. 4 yrs. is like flying from here to Africa. Too short.

  42. Way Papa
    March 17, 2017

    Cant she sue him in civil court? But again is little money she will get! It is those waste of time things that making people take the law in their hnds

  43. Locs Girl
    March 17, 2017

    I stopped reading from this point “his client who felt that some “supernatural forces had beseeched him on that day.” That is just pure ! That’s not enough jail time. The lady will never be the same while he continues to live life fully functional behind bars.

  44. March 17, 2017

    So sad and extremely serious :!:

    What I see here are (1) Attempted murder, and (2) a death threat. (I would call it a death threat.)

    I do not know Dominican law but in Canada both these offences would land him in prison for a long time.

    It does not appear to me that the man was in danger so it was not self defence. The cutlass was uncalled for. This was hate. But yes, there was a supernatural force at work.

    Sincerely, Rev. Donald Hill.

  45. Da4real
    March 17, 2017

    Why didn’t the judge just treat him to dinner and movie nite at her residence? Where is the justice? Off course he was remorseful. He played you judge as a fiddle. When will people start paying for their crimes?. This is encouraging criminals to commit more crimes because they never pay for their crimes. Dominica is really a lawless nation.

  46. noneyah
    March 17, 2017

    Ask her y she leave her work to come to fight she could walk. Away

  47. Da4real
    March 17, 2017

    Steal some mangoes =15 years…. Smoke some weed=10 years…..rape someone 5 years…..stabb someone 2 years….kill someone and you go free…..twisted justice. Dominicas legal system a big joke

  48. beautiful lady
    March 17, 2017

    This is not right, I guess he is laughing, knowing that vhe told her he will take jail for her and knowing that he only got four years candidate she is deform right now, well, well, well poor woman

  49. Me
    March 17, 2017

    Only 4 years imprisonment for attempted murder? The woman almost lost her life…..now her arms are deformed because they were used to protect her life and you all mean to tell me that the perpetrator gets only 4 years in prison? Common….Either something is terribly wrong with the justice system in Dominica or folks are paying way more money just to get a slap on the wrist. If it were me….and me….I would have filed a huge lawsuit on the damn country….the laws would change. Murderers walk free whilst thieves sit and rot in jail in that country..That’s a shame

  50. March 17, 2017

    We why ate we dominican not Dean the government to change law we place them there to work for us time to act

  51. March 17, 2017

    Well Dominica sweet papa.

  52. MR. PROLIFIC
    March 17, 2017

    If we view this at another angel! this other woman who said she came to use bathroom should have been the one in hospital. Whilst this low life man get his sentence

    • March 17, 2017

      angle

    • star
      March 17, 2017

      if she had attacked the woman it would have been another story.. she simply demanded her keys and left..if we look at it how u want us to look at it it would be bianca serving time… and people would be screaming stop fight for man

    • Let The truth Be Told - Original
      March 18, 2017

      He knew what he was up to why he locked the door and would not open it. That man is very bold and also heartless. It may not have been the first time he did such a thing. The girlfriend is not a violent person. Otherwise the girl would have ended up in the hospital or . . . . .

  53. ??
    March 17, 2017

    That judge must be out of her mind. That was attempted murder and lady no long has full function of her hands. Why didn’t the judge start at 10 if she was going to give him a discount? I don’t care how nice this guy was in the past what took place is inexcusable and deserved much more time.

    • RC
      March 20, 2017

      She started at ten years. But with a guilty plea, a third is automatically deducted and then he has already been in prison for a while. The law needs to change. It should start at 25

  54. Femmedominique
    March 17, 2017

    Papa God. Wow what pain what pain DA heart is hurting

    • Me
      March 17, 2017

      Why do you think there are so many natural disasters happening lately? In my younger days growing up in Dominica, there would be rain for days and only rivers overflowed their banks. Crops were green and healthy. Now , all you hear is the entire island floods after 1hr of rainfall, landslides here and there and where there were no waterfalls, there are rivers and waterfalls. People cut other people up like they in a butcher factory,…those who survive are left deformed some way some how. Murderers and attempted murderers get less than 10 yrs in prison. . Remorseful my arse….he is remorseful now because knows his butt might rot in prison.

  55. star
    March 17, 2017

    judge as a woman yourself you should more than anyone understand what this girl has gone though.. u guess no sympathy eh.. woman not even standing up with women.. no solidarity.. he deserved his maximum sentence.. he intended to kill her… how is this out of character when he was first charged for destroying all her belongings in the same house?….what a shame yet again in this lovely justice system we have in dominica

    • concern citizen
      March 17, 2017

      I support U 100%+

  56. TBM
    March 17, 2017

    This does not seem fair. Was it too difficult to build a case of attempted murder against Edison? What was Edison’s intention when he returned to Bianca’s place of employment with a cutlass and used it against her saying that he will kill her and go to jail?
    Bianca is scarred for life, emotionally and physically and is just lucky to be alive.

    • John Simeon
      March 20, 2017

      Totally agree with you. The system is not working for crimes as heinous as these. We need to do something before this man … God knows what’s in his heart

  57. March 17, 2017

    No woman should have to face such monstrosities. No person should have to live through that. Treating a domestic abuser is almost as difficult as treating an alcohol/substance abuser. As short and ridiculous as this sentence may be, I hope you ponder on your actions and seek reform.

  58. Me and Me alone
    March 17, 2017

    I would not even send him jail because she is encouraging his behavior. The first time he was charged it is alleged she payed the 10 gran or so and It is also alleged that she has visited him at the prison. when he gets out things will not change for them. I know .

    • star
      March 17, 2017

      stop judging people… no matter how many times she has forgave him are you saying it was right for him to attempt to kill her… we are humans we have feelings.. we work on emotion.. but to brutalize someone like that with intent to kill is outrageous..

  59. March 17, 2017

    Sit in Stock Farm, eat and get fat on taxpayers’ monies for four short years, get round like rolling pin and come back out and do the same thing again? That making sense?

  60. blessings
    March 17, 2017

    4 years alone???? He deserve at least 10!!!!!!!

  61. March 17, 2017

    Four years? Seriously? This is why these dogs will continue to commit such atrocities. They most times get away scot-free!

  62. HM
    March 17, 2017

    Lawless, Lawless, Lawless Country. Just reading this is infuriating :twisted:

  63. March 17, 2017

    All avoidable situations. However, foolish pride blinds us and we allow these things to happen to us. You could have walked away and take a drive in the country side to cool off a bit. Who knows? she may have forgiven you for your mistake, and life would go on. No but you big , bad and macho so you had to go after her. Farewell and have fun.

  64. An Act of Contrition
    March 17, 2017

    Boy what you did is very bad and deserve much hasher penalty. But then again how on Earth should I condemn you for your crime when our big boys who deserve hell and still more for crimes against the nation walking and talking like saints?

    • Let The truth Be Told - Original
      March 18, 2017

      If you feel so, there is no comparison. You should not have commented at all.

  65. jahlapwet
    March 17, 2017

    hmm so attempted murder is accepted here now hmm

  66. March 17, 2017

    Just four years ?,what a shame , no remorse for such a brutal crime , and just four year of watching T.V and getting three meals, and bed.[ nonsense].

  67. NUWPl
    March 17, 2017

    Well given ur present health condition home miss Judy Frampton ensure u get ur stuff up dre. That is wat happen when people act them think. Y didn’t u just think and then act? Y dis u go to the office and acted foolish? I don’t feel sorry for people who act then think. Take a page from PM books brotger. He thinks think again then act. Just notice the trend of those who act then think. Some of them paid a lot in court and is paying and have over 200 thousand more coming for them to pay in some weeks time. And still 5 more cases coming on dre. Heat. Dat is wen ppl just act without thinking first. So hope u learn and other people learn as well. I wish u well given ur present condition sir. May god bless u young man. Over 4 years going to waste when u could be making ur money and paying ur loan and taking care of ur family. But we learn the hard way at times. Atlas u didn’t waste the courts time. U not a boldface novice. U humble and admitted u did wrong so u got dat. Is u appeal…

  68. zandoli
    March 17, 2017

    4 years and 7 months? Wow!! That is all I can say.

  69. DA girl
    March 17, 2017

    Four years??!! Alone??!! That is attempted murder!! A joke dat man?

  70. Macko Maketh Man
    March 17, 2017

    Lol round of applause to our amazing Judicial System..!! 4 years for such a heinous act

  71. MI
    March 17, 2017

    so if i chop up somebody by time i 36 i out. well nobody better mess with me i can go take a rest and come back still young.

    • Assasin
      March 18, 2017

      Yes and by your 37 birthday your dead

  72. Fairness for all
    March 17, 2017

    I don’t think that is long enough. That girl is no doubt emotionally traumatised, will be put off having another man in her life, has been through surgery, has to live with the outcome of what he did there. I think he should have got longer for that.

  73. passqueen
    March 17, 2017

    not sure but i think i heard the young lady is gripple so you mean the judge just tell another man go and a woman up and get 4 yrs wow which is only 2 years jail and drug man is 10 15 and 20 years they want to hand down :oops:

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