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Spinning a brutal assault in Manchester

by | 18th, January 2012

JOSEPH O’Reilly was attacked in Manchester City centre by Daniel Chrapkowski, Thomas Lane and Oliver O’Neill. The victim, who was out on a night with his girlfriend, had asked them why they kicking over bins. They responded by beating him up so that he suffered bleeding on the brain, had a metal plate fitted to his face and spent one month in hospital.

The matter came before Manchester Crown Court. The court heard that Oliver O’Neill has earlier beaten up Daniel Ruggerio, a 26-year-old chef, who had intervened when he saw O’Neill and “two pals abusing a worker”. Only the  Manchester Evening News  reports the details:

Mr Ruggerio tried to calm the situation, but when he left the store O’Neill punched him to the floor before kicking him four times in the head. Samuel Kamdem, the security guard, told police, ‘I thought he was going to kill him’. 

While on bail for that, O’Neill and his two associates attacked Joseph O’Reilly.

Joseph O’Reilly was punched and kicked the victim in the stomach before O’Neill kicked him in the face as he lay helpless. Two pals who joined him in the second attack, Daniel Chrapowski and Thomas Lane, have been spared jail.

Chrapowski, 24, of Totnes Avenue, Bramhall admitted a charge of grievous bodily harm and was given a 12-month suspended sentence. He will be electronically tagged for two months and perform 160 hours unpaid work. Lane,

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