Thug Who Shot Little Five Year-Old Girl Complains Prison Is Unfair

A homicidal thug thinks prison life is unfair. At the risk of sounding like Captain Obvious, it’s SUPPOSED to be unfair, genius. It’s SUPPOSED to be almost as unfair as SHOOTING AND DISABLING A FIVE YEAR-OLD GIRL FOR LIFE. No matter how “unfair” prison is, it can never be as unfair as trying to kill a little girl. Deal with it.

From the Mirror:

A gangster serving a life sentence for shooting a five-year-old girl has complained he is being treated unfairly by jail bosses.

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Kazeem Kolawole – convicted along with two others for grievous bodily harm and the attempted murder of little Thusha Kamaleswaran – says staff are refusing to let him visit pals in other cells.

In a crime which shocked Britain, the gang shot Thusha as she played in a shop in Stockwell, south London, when they were hunting a mob rival five years ago.

Now Kolawole, 23, has written a self-pitying rant from his cell at maximum security HMP Long Lartin, Worcs, claiming he has been unfairly branded a “trouble ­maker”.

He said, in a letter to prison mag Inside Time, that the situation was causing him “stress”. He wrote: “This is detrimental to a person’s mental health.”

Thusha, from Hainault, North East London, suffered life-changing injuries. She was hospitalised for more than a year and confined to a wheelchair.

This guy should have zero ability to speak to the public. He has no business complaining about anything. He can still walk. Which is more than his victim can say. A sweet and beautiful girl is confined to a wheelchair because of his itchy trigger finger. Time for a reality check. What if this had been your daughter and you read his “complaint” letter?

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Sonja Bochow

I live in Newark, DE, am married, and the mother of four children; Liam, Brenna, Keira and Erin. I am also a full time Bible teacher and have a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from West Chester University.

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