Looks like Hilary Penfold is perpetuating the way she started in the ACT Supreme Court [According to a story on the ABC].
- The ACT Supreme Court heard that after an argument with a group of off duty police officers outside a Dickson fast food shop, Bullock chased one of the men and hit him a number of times.
The court was told he was feeling resentful about the way his sister had been treated by the group.
Two and a half years ago, Bullock was convicted of assaulting a Sydney man at a bar in Civic in 2005.
The victim, 23-year-old Mohamed Kamely, was later found dead in his hotel room.
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Today Justice Hilary Penfold said Bullock had taken steps to avoid offending and gave Bullock an 18 month good behaviour order.
I mean the guy ‘had taken steps to stop re-offending’ (the key word here to stop ‘re-offending’, not ‘offending’). The guy gets convicted of an assault 2 years previously in which someone ended up dying and still doesn’t learn his lesson? At what point will a court in this town make someone actually take responsibility for their actions. If he had taken steps he wouldn’t re-offend.