I DO NOT know if the indignation over Charles Gilmour’s sentence is justified or not.
To put it into context we need to know what sentences the other offenders were given. He was not alone in this.
The mindless insult to the men and women who died so that he could be born free deserves its own punishment but it is not his only offence.
I wonder if as much fuss would have been made if, instead of a university student related to a popular entertainer, this had been an unemployed youth from an overcrowded, under-resourced housing estate.
M. OAKEY (Mrs)
Redford Avenue, Horsham