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Leighton Amies Knifed Tomasz Oleszak Deep In His Chest In Nature Park In Gateshead


As the increasing of getting shot, killed, and murdered teenagers and younger children on small things. It creates horror in the hearts of parents as well as in frightened children. Parents are also scared to send their children anywhere but they have to and worried until they did not come home safely. And when children did not come home they get worried and scared as parents feel. But what happened when they heard that their child is lost his life and did not come back how they felt? And think how today children use a knife as a toy without realizing and thinking they hurt others. we are talking about this because a case happened again also.

A 14-year-old boy who teenage bragged I’ve wetted your boy” after stabbing a teenager has been convicted of murder and named after a judge ruled it was in the public interest and should act as a deterrent to young people carrying knives. A boy killed who was 14 years old named Tomaz Oleszak and the culprit also a teenager whose name is Leighton Amies.

Leighton Amies knifed Tomasz Oleszak

Leighton Amies was stabbed and killed by Amies last October in the nature park Gateshead. To know more details and information about this case please scroll down the page and continue to read.

Leighton Amies Knifed Tomasz Oleszak Deep In His Chest In Nature Park In Gateshead

According to the reports, Amies then aged 14, was walking through Whitehills Nature Park with his girlfriend at around 8 pm when a group of youths followed them. He was carrying a  sharp kitchen knife in his jacket pocket which he had explained he picked up at home for reassurance and used to slash Tomaz when he came under attack from a group. Amies shouted to the gang “I’ve wetted your boy” after landing the fatal blow. This is not to be taken lightly they should have taken strict action against this so other teenage children have to create fear in their hearts and also for understanding the law.

According to initials, we get the news that in the court, Peter Makepeace KC, defending, had told jurors Amies had not looked for trouble and asked the jury to put themselves in his situation: aged 14, attacked by a group, in the dark, not knowing if any of the gang were armed. This is a 14-year-old under group attack and having to make terrible decisions at a moment’s notice. The jury also sentenced Amies to a charge of attempting to cause critical bodily harm. The defendant had previously admitted to carrying a blade. The judge praised jurors for their dedication during the trial and acknowledged it had been an emotional experience, and offered to exempt them from jury service for five years. for more updates stay tuned with us.


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