Chelsea supporters banned and jailed

www.ultras-tifo.netBanned and jailed after Chelsea vs Cardiff in 2010.

 

Several Chelsea supporters banner or jailed after match against Cardiff in 2010.

 

 

After some football violence after the FA Cup match between Chelsea and Cardiff in February 2010 the cops have done a heavy investigation to take the guys behind this brawl. Photos and movies got published, not censured at all. Full name + some info has also been published. (Ultras-Tifo have no reason to publish full name and info about the lads here).


In total 24 lads have been sentenced for taking part in violence this day.

Ten of them committed violent disorder, while 12 were sentenced for affray and the other two for public disorder.

All were banned from football grounds for between three and eight years.

Another 10 men were sentenced last month and 95 people were charged in all following the match, which was the clubs' first meeting in 18 years.

 

The defendants sentenced for violent disorder were:

"S.B" 49 – sentenced to 18 months and banned from football for six years

"J.C" 49 – sentenced to 12 months and banned from football for six years

"I.C" 50 – sentenced to 14 months and banned from football for six years

"D.F" 40 – sentenced to 18 months and banned from football for six years

"S.H" 23 – sentenced to two years and banned from football for six years

"L.H" 40 – sentenced to 14 months and banned from football for six years

"J.L" 30 – sentenced to 14 months and banned from football for six years

"J.M" 43 – sentenced to two years and banned from football for six years

"B.S" 20 – sentenced to eight months in a young offenders’ institution and banned from football for six years

"N.W" 21 – sentenced to 14 months and banned from football for six years

 

The defendants sentenced for affray were:
"M.C" 45 – sentenced to eight months and banned from football for six years

"A.D" 37 – six-month sentence, suspended for 18 months, plus 120 hours’ community service and £250 costs, and banned from football for four years

"J.D" 45 – sentenced to eight months and banned from football for six years

"C.D" 44 – sentenced to two counts of 12 months, to run concurrently, and banned from football for eight years

"M.G" 48 – eight-month sentence, suspended for two years, plus 200 hours’ community service and £1,500 costs, and banned from football for three years

"A.G" 26 – sentenced to eight months and banned from football for six years

"R.J.K" 40 – six-month sentence, suspended for 18 months, plus 120 hours’ community service and £250 costs, and banned from football for five years

"C.M" – sentenced to six months and banned from football for six years

"J.M" 42 – eight-month sentence, suspended for two years, plus 240 hours’ community service and £1,500 costs, and banned from football for three years

"A.R" 21 – sentenced to 14 months in a young offenders’ institution and banned from football for six years

"T.T" 20 – sentenced to six months in a young offenders’ institution and banned from football for six years

"G.W" 47 – sentenced to eight months and and banned from football for eight years

 

The defendants sentenced for public disorder were:

"M.C" 47 – sentenced to 50 hours’ community service, plus 12 months’ supervision and £100 costs, and banned from football for three years

"B.H" 48 – sentenced to 120 hours’ community service, plus a 12-month community order and £250 costs, and banned from football for three years

 

Movies used as court evidence:

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Source: www.riotonline.com

 

Do you think the punish would been the same if some normal guys had a brawl a night...?