Jack Powell is an unpleasant individual. The Swansea based nazi is one of the infamous family of nazi Boneheads infamous for their violence and musical exploits as a band called the Rednecks. Jack, the baby of the family, should be looking forward to being a father. A rare pleasure for neo-nazis. Instead, the 22 year old attacked the mother of his unborn child and has now been jailed for 16 weeks. (…) Just as his mate and fellow National Front member Shaun Jones did a couple of months ago too. Swansea Magistrates’ Court heard yesterday that the 22-year-old had appeared calm when he turned up at his partner’s home, and she felt confident to let him in despite the can of Fosters lager in in his hand. He then unleashed his violence on her. His brief actually asked the court to pay him “due credit” for pleading guilty.
via hope not hate: Welsh Nazi stubbed out cigarette on pregnant girlfriend
siehe auch: Man stubbed out cigarette on pregnant woman and then hit her across the head with a tablet. A FATHER-to-be who attacked the mother of his unborn child has been jailed for 16 weeks. Jack Powell stubbed out a cigarette on the shoulder of his former partner before hitting her across the head with an electronic tablet when he flew into a rage on Sunday night. Swansea Magistrates’ Court heard today that the 22-year-old had appeared calm when he turned up at her home, and she felt confident to let him in despite the can of Fosters lager in in his hand. (…) During the attack he also damaged several parts of the home. His former partner fled the house and called police.(…) The court heard he had previous convictions for assaults. “We find the offences are so serious that only a custodial sentence can be justified,” Magistrate Ross Evans said. “It was an attack in a domestic setting and it was a sustained attack.” He was jailed for 16 weeks for common assault and criminal damage and four weeks for criminal damage, to be served at the same time. Magistrates explained they had reduced the sentence after his guilty plea, but ordered him to pay a total of £500 in fines, compensation and court fees.