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Life sentence for man who six people doodreed in Australian Melbourne

The man who in January 2017 in Melbourne with his car, six people doodreed and dozens of people injured is by an Australian court and sentenced to a six-fold life imprisonment.

He was in november found guilty.

“This is one of the worst examples of mass murder in Australian history”, said the judge against James Gargasoulas during the session about the condemnation in Melbourne.

The now 29-year-old Gargasoulas has a history of drug use, and violence.

He rode in the centre of the Australian city of Melbourne deliberately at pedestrians. Among the dead were a 10-year-old girl and a baby. He had no terrorist motives.

The offender was shortly before the massacre on the images to see that he’s reckless, joe. Gargasoulas could end up by the police, who fired shots, to be stopped and arrested.

The convicted person may be about 46 years before the first parole request.

See also:
Australian man convicted for mass murder with a car in Melbourne

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