A six-year boy was near death, when he 4. august 2019 was thrown out from a balcony on the tenth floor of the Tate Modern in London.
the Boy - who was with the family on vacation from France - survived despite a stroke, several broken bones and permanent damage.
- You came to udsigtsaltanen, looked around, and saw the victim and his family, and went over to him and threw him over the railing, the judge said McGowan in sentencing according to the BBC.
- You can not imagine the fear he must have experienced, and the horror that his parents felt the judge said, who described the offender Jonty Bravery as a 'serious danger' to the public.
Bravery planned to kill and seemed to be pleased to be notorious.
Photo credit: Daniel Sorabji/Ritzau Scanpix
Monitoring showed Bravery to follow young children around and look over the railing, like a video also showed the victim running in front of his family in the direction of Bravery.
Bravery total, the six-year-old up and threw him over without hesitation.
the Boy fell 30 feet and landed on another balcony below on the fifth floor.
today, sitting the boy in the wheelchair and expected to need help and support around the clock until 2022.
Photo credit: DANIEL SORABJI / Ritzau Scanpix