Kmart paedophile’s eight-year sentence to be appealed
The Queensland Attorney-General will appeal the “manifestly inadequate” jail sentence handed to the man who abducted a seven-year-old girl from Kmart and sexually assaulted her.
Sterling Free lured the girl from the toy aisle of a Kmart store at Westfield North Lakes and took her to bushland about 30 minutes away and sexually assaulted her before returning her to the centre.
The 27-year-old father of two was given an eight-year jail term, with eligibility for parole in two years.
BREAKING | Queensland’s Attorney General says she’ll appeal the 8 year jail sentence handed to Kmart abductor Sterling Free.
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Ray Hadley applauds the decision to appeal the sentence.
“It was completely and utterly inadequate, the sentencing in court on this matter, just absolutely dreadful.
“A paedophile given a slap on the wrist.”
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