Detective Superintendent Stuart Blaik says defendants 'never showed remorse' | PC Andrew Harper
Telegraph, 31 Jul 2020
Detective Superintendent Stuart Blaik of Thames Valley Police made a statement following their sentencing for his manslaughter.
Three teenage thieves who dragged a newly married police officer to his death have been jailed at the Old Bailey.
Henry Long, 19, who was driving the car that was towing a stolen quad bike, was jailed for 16-years, while his accomplices Albert Bowers and Jessie Cole were each given 13-years.
The judge said while it was a case of manslaughter it was very close to murder in its seriousness and he rejected that they were remorseful over the officer's death.
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