& # 39; Clap onto the wrist & # 39 ;: the anger of the family as an unlicensed teenager who murdered a pregnant mother when he fled the police in a stolen car, was released from prison early
- Sarah Paino was killed after a teenager was plowed into her car in Hobart, 2016
- The 15-year-old driver drove a stolen car through a red light before hitting Paino
- He was released from prison earlier this month after serving less than four years
- Paino was pregnant and her baby survived a caesarean section
The family of a pregnant mother who was killed by a driver without a license is furious after hearing that the perpetrator was released from prison early.
Sarah Paino was 24 years old when the teenager fleeing from the police hit her car after driving a red light in Hobart in January 2016.
Mrs. Paino died during the crash, but her baby Caleb was miraculously rescued after caesarean section.
Her murderer, who was then 15, was released conditionally earlier this month after a five-year prison sentence for manslaughter.
Sarah Paino (pictured with partner Daniel and son Jordan) was killed in January 2016 after a teenage driver's license had been plowed into her car
The teenager who drove three other passengers in a stolen SUV drove more than double the speed limit of 200 km / h.
Paino's two-year-old toddler was also in the car, but survived with minor injuries.
Mrs. Paino's father spoke about his destruction after his daughter's murderer was released from prison.
& # 39; We have to live with it every day – try to tell a five- and three-year-old child that their mum is watching them from heaven, & # 39; said Mr. Paino The Mercury.
& # 39; I don't think I could ever forgive him. He has expressed no regrets in court and I expect that he will just brush it away now that he has been released. & # 39;
Mr. Paino said that the decision of the Parole Board did not give his daughter justice and would allow other teenagers to act with little attention to the consequences.
The driver hit Mrs. Paino after fleeing the police in a stolen car and running through a red light
& # 39; It sends a message to other teenagers that they only get a slap on the wrist and a few years in prison for stealing a car and killing someone. & # 39;
The mother of two had dropped off her partner, Daniel Stirling, to work at a bakery before she was tragically killed in the collision.
& # 39; They said to me: & # 39; We have bad news. Your partner, Sarah, died in a car accident & # 39; & # 39 ;, & # 39; Mr. Stirling told the Sunday Night program after Sarah's death.
& # 39; My body went numb and I only said & # 39; & # 39; she is pregnant, she is pregnant & # 39; & # 39;. & # 39;
Mrs. Paino drove 33 weeks pregnant with her two year old toddler, Jordan, (photo) in the car before she was hit by the teenager
When the teenager was convicted, Justice Helen Wood said he had been exposed to drugs such as cannabis and alcohol from the age of 12.
He was eligible for conditional release in July last year, but was refused because of his & # 39; offensive behavior and addictions & # 39; had to tackle.
The Parole Board heard that during the two years he spent in the detention center he showed little remorse for his crime.
After being transferred to adult jail, he participated in addiction and aggression programs that were believed to have improved his attitude and behavior.
His word of honor expires in January 2021.
Many paid tribute to Sarah Paino (photo), who was only 24 when she was killed during the crash
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