Two Men Mocked A Judge On Facebook After They Got Suspended Sentences. Then She Called Them Back…

Two Men Mocked A Judge On Facebook After They Got Suspended Sentences. Then She Called Them Back…

The problem with some youth these days is that they do not take the judicial system seriously.

For instance, these drug dealing brothers mocked a judge after they got suspended sentence, but they never expected what happened next.

Two brothers hauled back to court for mocking a judge on Facebook after she decided not to send them to prison for drug dealing have now been jailed for two years.

Forty minutes after Daniel Sledden, 27, received a suspended jail term from Judge Beverley Lunt, he posted online: ‘Cannot believe my luck 2 year suspended sentance (sic) beats the 3 year jail yes pal! Beverly [sic] Lunt go suck my ****’.

Soon after, his brother, Samuel, 22, wrote: ‘What a day it’s been Burnley crown court! Up ur **** aha nice 2 year suspended…’

The defendants, from Accrington, Lancashire, were recalled for a sentence review when the remarks were brought to the attention of the judge after she previously heard their expressions of remorse for offending.

On Friday, Judge Lunt said: ‘The question I have to ask myself is this, if I had not known their real feelings at being in court would I have accepted their remorse and contrition, and suspended the sentence. And the answer is of course not.

‘Each of the posts indicate they have not changed at all. They have not taken on board anything or learned any responsibility.’

The Sleddens originally received a two-year jail term, suspended for two years, after they admitted being concerned in the supply of cannabis between May and September 2014.

Both will now serve two years after the suspension was lifted by Judge Lunt.

Don’t you just love seeing two thugs having the law stuck to them? This is frontier justice right here!

John Binder

John Binder is a news and political blogger for Right Wing News. Additionally, he is a New Orleans political reporter for TheHayride.com and a news blogger for ProgressivesToday.com.

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