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Lenient sentences under review

Friday, August 7, 2009

Sheffield Heeley MP Meg Munn has received notice that the Attorney General and Solicitor General (Law Officers) have requested the court papers in the Michelle Lambe and Jordan Dearman case. This is in response to Meg’s request that the sentencing of the convicted pair were extremely lenient and should be reviewed.


Meg said:


“I am pleased that the Law Officers are to review the case to see if they agree with me that the sentences are far too lenient for the crime they committed. I am hopeful that they will come to the same conclusion and refer the sentences passed to the Court of Appeal for review.”


Michelle Lambe was sentenced to 9 years in July after ordering two teenagers to set fire to the property on Albert Road in January. Jordan Dearman, and another teenager who cannot be named for legal reasons, visited the property dressed in black and armed with two plastic pop bottles filled with model engine fuel. They broke in and poured the fuel around the doorway before setting it alight - creating a "volatile" fire which spread quickly.

53-year-old Kane McTell, along with Barry Nicholson, 67, and Trevor Richardson, 37, were trapped inside the building and died either at the scene or later in hospital from their injuries.

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