Australian photographer gets 10-month sentence

 An Australian man has gotten a 10-month prison sentence for shooting and deriding cops as they lay dying at an accident scene. 

A month ago Richard Pusey conceded to the uncommon charge of offending public respectability, just as different offenses. 

The 42-year-old has effectively been in guardianship for almost 300 days, so he will probably finish his sentence in no time. 

The condemning adjudicator called his activities "coldhearted, barbarous and shameful". 

All things considered, groups of the casualties were frustrated with the length of the sentence for a situation that has blended colossal public displeasure. 

A month ago, Judge Trevor Wraight said the media had slandered Pusey to where he was "presumably the most abhorred man in Australia".

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