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The images showed the boy to rise abruptly before Buckworth released several punches. The couple fell over in a flower bed as they grabbed before other guards tore them apart

Pathetic moment, a prison guard, 55, unleashes a flurry of punches at an upset teenager – before telling a judge that the attack & # 39; self-defense & # 39; used to be

  • Guard hit boy at Frank Baxter Juvenile Justice Center in Kariong, NSW
  • Peter Buckworth, 55, threw a series of punches at 17-year-old in November
  • Shocking CCTV images showed how they fought before the guards tore them apart
  • Buckworth was found guilty of mistreatment with physical injury
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This is the moment when a prison guard called a teenager and repeatedly struck him in a brutal attack.

CCTV recordings of the Frank Baxter Juvenile Justice Center in Kariong, New South Wales, showed a 17-year-old boy sitting outside with his head in his hands.

The teenager was upset that his room had been searched by guards and refused to enter.

He was comforted by a junior guard when Officer Peter Buckworth, 55, passed by when he arrived for his service at 9.30 p.m. on November 10 last year.

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The images showed the boy to rise abruptly before Buckworth released several punches. The couple fell over in a flower bed as they grabbed before other guards tore them apart

The images showed the boy to rise abruptly before Buckworth released several punches. The couple fell over in a flower bed as they grabbed before other guards tore them apart

Buckworth later returned outside and exchanged words with the boy.

The images obtained by the Express Advocate, the boy got up abruptly before Buckworth released several punches.

The couple fell over in a flower bed as they grabbed before other guards tore them apart.

Buckworth, from Tumbi Umbi on the Central Coast, was found guilty of physical injury in July.

He claimed that he was acting in self-defense and that the boy had told a psychiatric nurse that he wanted to kill a guard.

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He appealed his conviction, but it was confirmed last month.

A magistrate said his answer & # 39; not reasonable & # 39; was and ordered him to give a two-year community promotion and pay a $ 500 fine.

Buckworth, from Tumbi Umbi on the Central Coast, was found guilty of physical injury in July

Buckworth, from Tumbi Umbi on the Central Coast, was found guilty of physical injury in July

Buckworth, from Tumbi Umbi on the Central Coast, was found guilty of physical injury in July

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