Mulattoes follow in the footsteps of their black ancestors, as a general rule. The mulatto thug who killed Oliver Dearlove certainly inherited the violence gene. His brother is a killer too.
The girlfriend of a man who was killed with a single punch has spoken of her heartbreak as his attacker was jailed for six years.
Trevor Timon, 31, threw a killer punch at former Coutt’s banker Oliver Dearlove, 30, who died less than 24 hours later.
Dearlove’s girlfriend delivered an emotional statement in court as Timon was sentenced to six years in prison.
Dearlove’s long-term girlfriend Claire Wheatley, told the court that one punch took away the love of her life.
She said: ‘His death was not the result of an unfortunate event such as a car accident or life-long illness but as the result of a senseless act of one individual in one moment of time, with no real meaning or justification.
‘We are all familiar with the phrase a broken heart. The difference is my heart is not broken, it feels more like it has been obliterated.’
She added: ‘This pain never leaves, it stays with me from the moment I fall asleep, with only the sparing grace of those few moments when I first wake in the morning before I am soon reminded that I am to face another day without him.
‘Every dream and every plan Oli and I had has been destroyed.
‘He was everything to me.’
Dearlove collapsed immediately from the ‘catastrophic’ injury, and was pronounced dead less than 24 hours later.
Before delivering the fatal punch, Timon warned Dearlove ‘if you don’t move on, I’ll knock you out’ in Blackheath, south east London, just after midnight on the Sunday of the August Bank holiday weekend last year.
Timon admitted manslaughter but denied murder, which he was cleared of at the Old Bailey on Wednesday.
Jailing Timon, Judge Mark Dennis QC said: ‘This was a senseless death that occurred as a result of an act borne out of a deep flaw in your character.
‘He was defenceless to the punch. He had displayed no intention to engage in aggression or violence. It was therefore an unprovoked and gratuitous act.’
Trevor Timon, pictured, tried the old “They were racist toward me junk in court.” It didn’t work.
Jurors heard he had previous convictions for violence, including for battery in 2010 for knocking a woman unconscious after telling her ‘I’m going to bang you out’.
Timon has a total of 12 previous convictions for offences against people and property. It has also emerged that his brother is in prison for murder.
Trevor Timon is a good example of “bad blood.” Mixed race individuals often take on the worst characteristics of the darker races. Timon took on the violent, aggressive nature of the black from whom he is descended.
As one of the commenters at Metro News noted, he’ll be out in three years. And he will kill again unless somebody makes up their mind to kill him first. Maybe one of his thug buddies will do the world a favor.
You can see the fear in the Timon’s pit bull’s eyes in this picture. Dogs know people. Timons is pure evil.