The mother of a thug who killed an autistic man with one punch has dismissed the attack as "not a big deal" according to a report in the Daily Mail.
The newspaper reported that Sherron O’Hagan, mother of Lewis Gill who killed Andrew Young in an unprovoked attack, said the incident would soon be the "lining of chips".
The mother of a man who died after being hit by a single punch has spoken to ITV Meridian about her son's death.
Lewis Gill admitted manslaughter and was jailed for four years after punching and killing Andrew Young, who had Asperger's syndrome.
Mr Young's mother Pamela says she was horrified when she saw CCTV of the incident which led to her son's death.
The Attorney General's Office has confirmed it is looking into the four-and-a-half -year sentence given to Lewis Gill, 20, after pleading guilty to manslaughter for a punch that killed a 40-year-old man.
A statement said:
– Attorney General's Office
The Attorney General’s Office has received a number of requests to look at the sentence given to Lewis Gill.
If a sentence given in a Crown Court appears to be very low, or unduly lenient, anyone can ask the Attorney General to examine the sentence, within 28 days of sentencing.
This process has now started. We have asked the CPS to send us more information this case.