By Tony Winterburn • 26 June 2020 • 13:03
Jonty Bravery, now 18, was said to “have a big smile on his face” in the wake of the attack and told the boy’s father “Yes I am mad.”
The Old Bailey previously heard that Jonty Bravery, 17 at the time of the attack, who is an autistic teenager, had spent more than 15 minutes stalking potential victims at the London tourist attraction.
Bravery was said to have “scooped [the victim] up and, without any hesitation, carried him straight to the railings and threw him over.” Stunned witnesses looked on as the boy fell on to a platform below, he had admitted charges against him and the Judge, when sentencing, said Bravery was “Very likely never to be released.”
A statement from a lawyer for the French boys parents says he is still receiving treatment for his injuries.
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