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Remembering Joe Cinque

By I-filed 26 October 2010 44

Let’s not forget that 13 years ago tomorrow, in a duplex in Antill St Downer/Dickson, student Joe Cinque died at the hands of criminal narcissist law student Anu Singh – who got away scot free and failed to take responsibility to any degree.

Joe Cinque’s parents in Newcastle would probably like to know that Canberra still abhors the crime and the chilling aftermath that let him down so badly.

Worth noting once again that the law students present at that dinner are now practising law, and had their identities suppressed. I hope they have grown up and will spare a thought for Joe and express some regret.

I was reminded to post this with the recall that the Canberra ratepayer paid all the VOC compensation for Joe’s parents, probably $100,000. Anu Singh presumably earns a living – why isn’t she required to pay the money back?

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bundah 10:32 pm 29 Oct 12

LSWCHP said :

bundah said :

At that time the maximum for manslaughter was 20 years and if i had been related to Cinque i would be outraged that she was freed after 4 years.

I’m not related to Poor Mr Cinque at all, but I’m still outraged by that manifestly inadequate sentence. I was gobsmacked at the time, and nothing has changed my opinion.

May his poor parents find some peace, and may that monstrous woman end up rotting, sooner rather than later.

If that was a family member would it be fair to say that the wadcutter would be unleashed and justice served?

LSWCHP 8:43 pm 29 Oct 12

bundah said :

At that time the maximum for manslaughter was 20 years and if i had been related to Cinque i would be outraged that she was freed after 4 years.

I’m not related to Poor Mr Cinque at all, but I’m still outraged by that manifestly inadequate sentence. I was gobsmacked at the time, and nothing has changed my opinion.

May his poor parents find some peace, and may that monstrous woman end up rotting, sooner rather than later.

Hacketthead 7:48 pm 29 Oct 12

I started reading Helen Garner’s book yesterday, I am about halfway through it now. I didn’t realise that the anniversary of Joe’s murder was this weekend which has just passed. Even though this case is now fifteen years old, I cannot express how angry I feel. Singh is a disgusting excuse for a human being.

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