HE SHOWED NO REMORSE.
NORTH Wales Police said Francesco Prevete was without doubt a
dangerous individual who would quite rightly spend 23 years behind bars.
Family liaison officer DC Laura Griffiths, reading a statement outside
Mold Crown Court after yesterday's sentence, said: "On behalf
of the police, I would like to extend our deepest sympathy to
Craig's family and friends. "I can't imagine what they
have been going through over the last year but I would like to commend them for their understanding and dignity, particularly during this very
difficult trial. "I hope this verdict and sentence allows them to
move forward and attempt to rebuild their lives.
Today, Francesco Prevete is contemplating the next 23 years behind
bars. Throughout this investigation, he has shown no remorse whatsoever
for his actions on June 26 2013, which left Craig Maddocks with horrific
injuries which ultimately resulted in his death. "He (Prevete) is
without doubt a dangerous individual and will rightly spend the next 23
years behind bars." The officer said that she would like to thank
all the witnesses who came forward.
"It's a credit to their character and clearly a
demonstration the vast majority of us want to live safe and peaceful