A man who was left partially blind after an acid attack in Truro is calling for tougher sentencing for offenders.
Andreas Christopheros suffered serious burns when a beaker of sulphuric acid was thrown in his face on his own doorstep.
His attacker David Phillips could be out of prison in five years.
Mr Christopheros is calling for tougher sentences for those who carry out vicious acid attack crimes.
David Phillips was jailed for life for the attack at his trial in 2015.
However, that was reduced by the Court of Appeal to 16 years. Phillips will be eligible for parole after serving half of that, so could be released in 2022.
Recently Mr Christopheros met his local MP Sarah Newton who is a Home Office minister.
Mr Christopheros, who is now 32, vividly remembers the attack which happened in December 2014 outside his home in Truro.
Police inquiries established that Phillips had wrongly believed a person he suspected of sexually assaulting a family member lived at Mr Christopheros' address.