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A man who kicked a football to the ground while he was asleep in the same room where his elderly mother was murdered by her husband has been sentenced to life in prison.
The man, who cannot be named, had already spent eight years in jail for a similar attack in which he punched and kicked a pregnant woman in the head.
He pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the attack on 26 March, which was filmed on a mobile phone and was later posted on YouTube by his wife.
The court heard the pair had a domestic dispute and had been arguing over a dispute over who was taking care of the baby when the altercation occurred.
The victim’s mother was found dead at the scene by passers-by, with her unborn baby lying in her arms.
She had been stabbed to death, and the man later confessed to the murder.
The judge at the High Court in Cardiff said he was “incredibly sorry” for what he had done and that his actions had caused the mother “deep pain and distress”.
The woman was “not in any position to defend herself”, the court heard.
The case attracted widespread public outrage and Mr Justice John Gillingham ordered the defendant, who has a previous conviction for a racially aggravated assault, to serve a minimum of 15 years in prison, suspended for five years.
It was the second time he had faced such a sentence.
Mr Justice Gillingam said the “gentle man” had “sought to humiliate” the woman and had acted with “disdain for the victim’s wellbeing”.
The judge added that he had seen the video “at a very sensitive time” for the woman.
He said the victim had suffered “massive physical injuries”, including broken ribs and internal bleeding, and “she was in agony”.
“She was a victim of an unprovoked attack,” the judge said.
“The victim was obviously in a state of shock and distress, she was in a position of great vulnerability and had no idea what had happened.”
The defendant’s actions had “severely” affected his ability to do his job, the judge added.
The attack on the elderly woman, who lived alone, was filmed by her son who lives in the UK, and uploaded on YouTube.
A video of the attack was viewed over 200,000 times in a matter of hours.
In the aftermath of the crime, the defendant posted the video to Facebook, writing: “My wife is gone.
My baby is gone, my friends are gone, and my home is gone as well.”
It was like the whole world was watching, but I did it for my family.
I did this for my baby.
It’s no different from the times I’ve been attacked before.
“The man’s lawyer said the case had been “distressing and difficult” for him.”
We’re hoping that the sentencing will bring some closure and hopefully the victim will now be able to move on with her life,” he said.