Sentencing the boy to 39 months and two weeks' detention, Recorder of Liverpool Judge Clement Goldstone QC said he accepted his remorse was genuine.But he added "However innocent you look now as you sit in your smart suit, you did not look innocent when you held up bank staff and terrorised them."
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