Justice for Bailey: Appeal against the lenient sentence given to Nathan William Forrest
Nathan William Forrest was sentenced to 6 years non parole period for the manslaughter of Bailey James Constable. Nathan William Forrest struck Bailey across the head and body while he bathed him on the 1st of April 2011 in his home in Warren N.S.W, the actions Nathan William Forrest chose that night resulted in the death of this 4 year old boy we ask that an appeal be granted for the following reasons:
1: Nathan willingly injected a drug that gave him violent outbursts;
2: Nathan choose to bathe Bailey on the 1st of April 2011 knowing he was under the influence of amphetamines and agitated;
3: Nathan struck Bailey on the head and body more than once and as little as 4 times;
4: Nathan lied to medical professionals hampering resuscitation efforts;
5: Nathan showed no remorse after the fact, he was witnessed using drugs and alcohol while enjoying social events;
6: Nathan lied to police for the 5 weeks preceding Bailey's death hindering closure for family;
7: Nathan winked and smiled when handed the 6 year non parole period sentence he was openly over joyed with such a light sentence, this shows no remorse or potential for rehabilitation in such a short term as remorse for a crime would be where one would start;
8: Bailey was 4 years old not even 20kg when Nathan William Forrest beat him with such force he died from as stated in the autopsy "multiple injuries".
We ask that the appeal against the leniency of Nathan William Forrest's sentence be granted.
We ask that an appeal is granted for the above reasons as discussed in the background and we respectfully dispute justice Elizabeth Fullerton's sentence and ask that a heavier sentence be handed to Nathan William Forrest for reasons as discussed in the background to this petition.
The Justice for Bailey: Appeal against the lenient sentence given to Nathan William Forrest petition to LLoyd Babb Director of Public Prosecutions was written by Help us give Bailey a voice and is in the category Justice at GoPetition.