Killer teen who jumped on victim's head 'like it was a trampoline' dies in jail

Killer teen who jumped on victim's head 'like it was a trampoline' dies in jail
 

One of the youngest killers in Scottish history has died in prison – having spent half his life behind bars.
Thomas Shields was just 15 when he attacked a teenager in the street, thrashing him with a metal pole and jumping on his head “like a trampoline”.
The murderer was given a life sentence in 2004, with a recommendation he serve 18 years but it is understood this was later reduced to 14.
When he died on Monday, Shields was 30 and preparing for release from Castle Huntly open prison, near Dundee.
Announcing the death, the Scottish Prison Service said: “Next of kin have been informed and... read more

 
6 October 2017 in Regional, Views: 65
Source: Daily Record
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