Bloke calls judge ‘fat d***head’ as he’s jailed for killing security guard

A gobby killer called a judge a "fat d***head" as he was sent down for his part in brutally beating a security guard to death.

Two brothers in their twenties and a 15-year-old boy who punched and kicked a man to death were sentenced at Liverpool Crown Court on Thursday.

And the Liverpool ECHO reported that the teenage boy, who can't be named for legal reasons, was convicted of murder by the jury after just three hours and 41 minutes of deliberation.

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Jay Byrne, 26, from Southport, and Joseph Byrne, 25, of no fixed abode, pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Christopher Molloy, although both were cleared of murder after a trial.

Jay Byrne was sentenced to 10-and-a-half years imprisonment for manslaughter.

When escorted out of the dock, Jay Byrne said to the Judge: “Keep your 10% you fat d***head”, referring to the discount he received on his sentence for his guilty plea.

His brother was given a custodial sentence of nine years and nine months, plus an extended licence of four years, to be served consecutively.

Prosecution said Mr Molloy had been in a verbal altercation with the men and, after the initial confrontation, he went to a nearby McDonald's but was refused entry.

Mr Molloy left the McDonald's and was then assaulted, initially punched by Joseph Byrne, the court heard.

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A short time later, he was kicked to the head by Jay Byrne and the youth.

Stella Hayden, prosecuting, said: “Both the build up and the violence itself was captured by CCTV footage which was played at the trial.

“It was an act committed on the streets, an unprovoked attack when Mr Molloy was seeking to walk away.”

Despite attempts to save Mr Molloy’s life over the course of a week, the 55-year-old died at 3.50am on July 19 last year.

A victim's personal statement written by Christopher Molloy Senior, the victim’s dad, was read by the prosecution.

It read: “Christopher was a very good son to me, he was always there for me when I needed him most. I miss him so much. When something happens I always think I will tell Christopher, but then I remember he is no longer with us."

The teenager was sentenced to life with a minimum term of eight years.


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