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Pink Floyd Member’s Son Loses Jail Term Appeal

06:31 AM Friday 10/28/11 | |

Judges have upheld the 16-month jail sentence given to the son of Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour for a violent rampage during student protests last year.

Charlie Gilmour was one of thousands of students who demonstrated in December against rising university tuition fees. He was among a group that broke away from the main demonstration and attacked the convoy carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla.

Gilmour also was photographed hanging from a Union flag on the Cenotaph, a memorial to British war dead.

The 21-year-old Cambridge University student pleaded guilty to violent disorder but challenged the length of his sentence.

  • Charlie Gilmour

    Participating in a demonstration in central London against government plans to triple tuition fees.
    December 9, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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But the Court of Appeal said Friday that the sentence was neither “manifestly excessive (nor) wrong in principle.”


Comments

  1. DeltaSigChi4 wrote:

    01:12 PM, Oct 28, 2011

    The real losers are those that allow those in power to shove their dicks in their asses, sans lubrication. But to each their own. Some people like getting fucked by authority.

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  2. Jeffrey B wrote:

    12:16 PM, Oct 28, 2011

    Just some chump trying to get crazy...what a loser.

  3. Evster wrote:

    11:20 AM, Oct 28, 2011

    I know this is a foreign concept to most Americans, but it's called EMPATHY.

  4. hughwereright wrote:

    09:41 AM, Oct 28, 2011

    Protesting rising university tuition fees?  You have got to be kidding.  This ***'s father could buy him an entire university, campus and all.



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