Martial arts fighter Aarron Peet (pictured), 19, received yet another suspended sentence for attacking two students in a racist assault
A thug has avoided jail for his third appearance in court for a violent crime.
Martial arts fighter Aarron Peet, 19, received yet another suspended sentence for attacking two students in a racist assault.
Carol Hall, 59, whose disabled son Scott died after being kicked and punched by the thug in an unprovoked battering in Durham, said she was ‘sickened’ by the decision.
She told the Mirror: ‘How did he not go to jail this time after yet another violent attack? What is the point of yet another suspended sentence?
‘You just wonder what he has to do to go to jail.
‘It is unbelievable he gets yet another slap on the wrists. I just cannot understand the criminal justice system, and how it works.
‘It sickens me that he now thinks of himself as a fighter and promotes his bouts on Facebook.’
Peet was only 15 when he