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Angry father flings chair at judge who hands his toddlers killer a low setence

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

An angry father has hurled a chair at a female judge after she handed the killer of his daughter and parents a lenient sentence.

The motorist killed the toddler and both her grandparents in a collision after he was driving 75MPH in a 50MPH zone in the Netherlands.

The father shouted B**L***T and the hurled the chair at the judge.

The father of two year old daughter became angry in court as a lenient sentence was handed to the killer. The killer who had shown no remorse in the trial was handed a 120 hours community service and 60 days in custody for three deaths,

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