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Friday, 23 April 2010

Race attack rail passenger from Hertfordshire jailed

A rail passenger has been jailed for five months for racially abusing a ticket inspector in Hertfordshire.

Charles Law, 50, of Stratfield Road, Borehamwood, was found guilty last month of racially-aggravated assault at Elstree and Borehamwood station.
Judge Stephen Warner, at St Albans Crown Court, said Law's behaviour was "unwarranted and unacceptable".
He jailed him for three months and a further two months for being in breach of a previous conditional discharge.
The court that found him guilty of the offence committed at the station on 29 July 2009, heard that Law had stabbed and killed his brother in 2002.
During the trial, Zimbabwe-born Hilton Materke said: "He went into a tirade of abuse at me. He said, 'You are a black man and shouldn't ask a white man for a ticket'."

BBC News