Great White Victims' Relatives Protest 'Lenient' Sentence
Michael will serve four years in a minimum security prison, while his sibling has been handed a suspended 10-year sentence. But Jay McLaughlin, the brother-in-law of victims Sandy and Michael Hoogasian, insists they've been left off too lightly and berates Judge Francis Darigan for not considering relatives' feelings.
He fumes, "Lady Justice in Rhode Island is blind, but she's also deaf."
Both Derderian brothers have expressed remorse at the tragic event. Jeffrey said before sentencing: "The fire moved so fast. I was scared. I wish I did a better job. There are many days that I wish I didn't make it out of that building, because if I didn't, maybe some of these families would feel better. I know you would have liked it if I died too."
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