TWO members of a Melbourne-based neo-Nazi skinhead group have received jail sentences for attacking a Vietnamese student earlier this year.
Two members of a Melbourne-based neo-Nazi skinhead group have received jail sentences for attacking a Vietnamese student with a brick in June this year.
Reports say both men pleaded guilty to intentionally causing serious injury to the 21-year-old international student in Moonee Ponds.
The victim was on his way home from work in Ascot Vale when Shannon Hudson, 21, and Wayne O’Brien, 20, stabbed, kicked and punched him repeatedly until he was unconscious.
The men reportedly told police they were members of a group called the “Crazy White Boys”.
Hudson has been sentenced to 10-and-a-half years in jail, while O’Brien has received a maximum four-and-a-half year term with a two-and-a-half year minimum.
What do you think of the outcome of this case? Does the punishment fit the crime?