Prisoner mourning loss of hamster took part in £12,000 jail protest, court told



A distressed inmate mourning the loss of his pet hamster took part in a two-hour jail protest which caused £12,000 in damage.
Kyle Blackie, 23, was one of four prisoners at HMP Stocken in Rutland who climbed on to netting with a mattress, food and Monopoly on April 14 last year at around 6pm.
Craig Mercer, 26, and Shane Green, 25, were jailed for 22 months each at a previous hearing after admitting affray and criminal damage, while Anthony Bailey, 32, received a 20-month jail term.
The court had previously heard that the group smashed furniture and light fittings, and that Blackie... read more

 
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