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"You two have not got that excuse. You are in your 40s and should have recognised the likely consequences of your actions."
Kelsall pleaded guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent and assault occasioning actual bodily harm at a previous hearing.
"I don't believe they are really sorry. Kelsall has got a string ofviolent convictions so I don't really believe in his apology. I am pleased with the sentence and for someone who has so many previous convictions to be off the streets. I definitely feel safer now."
Sentencing, Judge Knopf said: "This was an explosion of violence against two young people. The CCTV recording speaks for itself and demonstrates the value of CCTV in assisting the courts in getting to the truth.
Bolton Crown Court heard how Kelsall, a fairground worker, had notched up 38 previous convictions, including Nike Polo Shirt Red
A young woman who was subjected to a vicious attack on board a tram while wearing Goth style clothing has said she can not forgive her 'vile' attackers.
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She said: "I think they are both vile, I don't have any nice emotions or words for them. What can you say about people like that?"
The court heard all four had been drinking and words had been exchanged on the Prestwich platform, spilling onto the tram when they all boarded.
Speaking after the verdict, Melody, 22, from Whitefield said that although she welcomed the sentence she could not accept the apologies of her attackers.
six for violence against a person.
The video showed Kelsall, of Cornwood Close, Cheetham Hill, head butting Melody before viciously stamping on her head as she lay in the aisle between two seats.
Thugs Kenneth Kelsall, 47, and Gareth Farrar, 43, were jailed for six years nine months and two years two months respectively for what Judge Elliot Knopf described as an "explosion of violence."
The sickening attack was captured on CCTV and shown to the court.
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presenting no threat is stamped upon. These types of actions leave a mark on our society and are often caused by young people because of immaturity and a lack of life experience.
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Farrar, had earlier pleaded guilty to assault causing actual bodily harm.
Melody McDermott suffered a fractured eye socket after being head butted to the floor of a Metrolink carriage and repeatedly stamped upon in Nike Tracksuit Pants Mens
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Sophie Lancaster, from Rossendale, was 20 when she was kicked and stamped to death in a Bacup park by a gang who targeted her and her boyfriend, Robert Maltby, because of their Goth style of clothing.
"It has damaged my faith in society. It is something I never thought I'd experience myself but unfortunately it is something a lot of people have to face. A few bad people can have a massive impact."
Farrar, of Ellingham Close, Beswick, was also shown repeatedly punching Melody's friend, Stephen Stafford, 30.
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