Tattooed gangster trying to kidnap a female jogger while walking around armed with a box cutter because court rules lock him up, & # 39; absolutely zip & # 39;
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- Marcel Geros is free after an attempt to attack a woman in September last year
- Geros received intensive supervision in Christchurch on Tuesday
- Geros had previously served time for the serious bashen of a 73-year-old man
A judge has chosen not to send a violent face-tattooed gangster to prison after trying to kidnap a jogger – because he thinks it won't do him any good.
Marcel Sydney Geros, 27, attacked and tried to kidnap a woman while running through Ray Blank Park, Christchurch, last September.
Geros was previously imprisoned for seven years after robbing and basking 73-year-old Alexander Cameron in such a way that he needed almost complete care for almost three years.
Marcel Sydney Geros (photo) attacked and tried to kidnap a woman in Christchurch last September
Geros, who named his gang & # 39; BPNZ & # 39; tattooed on his face, was detained for ten months after his arrest last year.
He was armed with a box cutter when he attacked the woman who managed to fight him.
Judge Raoul Neave of the District Court of Christchurch gave Geros an intensive prison sentence on Tuesday after he was found guilty of charges of kidnapping and assault.
If Geros had received a prison sentence, he could have applied for early release.
Geros (photo), who had a gang of tattoos on his face, was detained for ten months after his attack and received an intensive prison sentence on Tuesday
Thanks to intensive supervision, Geros is closely monitored for two years and his movements around Christchurch are limited.
"He has incredibly complex needs and unless and until they are addressed, he becomes a major problem for the community," said Judge Neave at the District Court of Christchurch, as reported by stuff.
& # 39; If I send him to jail, absolutely zip will happen, apart from the fact that he will be out before we know it. I am not willing to think about that. & # 39;
Judge Neave said he was impressed by Geros and his efforts to remove himself from his former gang life, and said he had made progress while in custody.
Geros had a troubled background according to a cultural report and will receive treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and mental health problems.
Cameron, who attacked Geros in 2008, died in 2013. His brother John said he doubted Geros would recover from his violent past.
& # 39; He's not damn good. I don't see him change, & said Mr. Alexander.
Geros was previously imprisoned for seven years after he robbed and bashed 73-year-old Alexander Cameron (photo)
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