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Yak Dut (photo) was being chased by female police officers when they allegedly saw him driving a missing-wheeled Volkswagen in February last year in Mill Park near Melbourne

Young people bashing two female agents run free after they say he can get away with anything & # 39; because he is black

  • The police followed Yak Dut when they saw him driving a car with a missing wheel
  • The 21-year-old stopped in front of his house and attacked the female officers
  • The South Morang man claimed that he would not spend time in prison because he is black
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Yak Dut (photo) was being chased by female police officers when they allegedly saw him driving a missing-wheeled Volkswagen in February last year in Mill Park near Melbourne

Yak Dut (photo) was being chased by female police officers when they allegedly saw him driving a missing-wheeled Volkswagen in February last year in Mill Park near Melbourne

A man who bashed and threatened to kill two female police officers before telling the police that he would not be locked up because he had gone black from prison.

Yak Dut was chased by the female police when they saw him driving a missing wheel in Volkswagen last February in Mill Park, near Melbourne.

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Dut, then 21, stopped outside his home in South Morang and attacked the officers so violently that they were taken to the hospital.

After his arrest, he threatened to chase the women and kill them with their own weapons.

Dut was convinced that he would avoid prison because he was born in Kenya with dark skin.

& # 39; I am getting away with everything because I am black. I will play the race card, & he said to the police.

The then 21-year-old (photo) stopped outside his home in South Morang and allegedly attacked the officers so violently that they were admitted to the hospital

The then 21-year-old (photo) stopped outside his home in South Morang and allegedly attacked the officers so violently that they were admitted to the hospital

The then 21-year-old (photo) stopped outside his home in South Morang and allegedly attacked the officers so violently that they were admitted to the hospital

Dut appeared on Friday in the County Court of Victoria, where he was sentenced to 12 months behind bars, but was able to walk free because of the time he had already served.

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He has been in prison since his arrest in February 2018.

The 22-year-old has a two-year community correction assignment and 150 hours of community service, The Herald Sun. reported.

Judge Wendy Wilmoth said that the age of Dut was an important factor in her conviction.

& # 39; It is widely recognized that the recovery of a young person is of great importance to the community & # 39 ;, she said.

& # 39; A long prison sentence would do nothing to improve those prospects, especially since you have been in custody for 18 months. & # 39;

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During his hearing, the female officers, 36 and 57 years old, broke while telling the events.

One said that Dut kept kicking her, even after she fell to the floor, trying to grab her gun.

The female officers, 36 and 57 years old, each broke down at the County Court as they told the events, claiming to have trauma as a result of the attack that left them with injuries in the hospital (photo)

The female officers, 36 and 57 years old, each broke down at the County Court as they told the events, claiming to have trauma as a result of the attack that left them with injuries in the hospital (photo)

The female officers, 36 and 57 years old, each broke down at the County Court as they told the events, claiming to have trauma as a result of the attack that left them with injuries in the hospital (photo)

Her partner said the family now lives in constant fear that the 22-year-old will find the officer and kill her.

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& # 39; He has no respect for authority and appears to have a hatred for women, & # 39; said a victim.

Both officers had non-life-threatening injuries, but the 36-year-old man would have suffered ligament damage in her neck.

During his arrest, he named the officers & # 39; pigs & # 39; and & # 39; racist c **** & # 39 ;.

Dut pleaded guilty to two counts of deliberately causing injury and threats to kill, along with up to 24 other violations.

Dut has been in custody for a year and three months, but is confident that he can walk on the street again because he was born in Kenya with very dark skin (photo: the Volkswagen Dut was driving when he was chased by the police)

Dut has been in custody for a year and three months, but is confident that he can walk on the street again because he was born in Kenya with very dark skin (photo: the Volkswagen Dut was driving when he was chased by the police)

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Dut has been in custody for a year and three months, but is confident that he can walk on the street again because he was born in Kenya with very dark skin (photo: the Volkswagen Dut was driving when he was chased by the police)

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