Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

'How Can Thug Who Beat Son Be Freed after Just 14 Weeks?' ; Fury as Attacker Could Be Released Early Student Was Left with Horrific Injuries in Attack

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

'How Can Thug Who Beat Son Be Freed after Just 14 Weeks?' ; Fury as Attacker Could Be Released Early Student Was Left with Horrific Injuries in Attack

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ATHUG who brutally attacked a teenage student could be released from prison after spending just 14 weeks of a two-year sentence behind bars. Daniel Stringer-Prince and his family have angrily criticised the justice system after they were told that Ali Haydor has applied for early parole. Haydor, 22, led a gang attack which left trainee baker Daniel with sickening injuries, including a fractured skull and fractured eye sockets. He was punched at least twice by Haydor, before others repeatedly kicked and punched him. Takeaway worker Haydor, of Croft Street, Hyde, pleaded guilty to assault and was jailed for two years in December. But he has now applied to the Parole Board to be released on an electronic tag - and could be freed as early as April. Daniel, from Woodley, Stockport, said the development was an insult to him and his family. He said: "He should serve the full entitlement that he was ordered to serve - but 14 weeks is nothing.

I feel it is a bit of an insult for the damage he's done. …

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