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Glenn Knappen has just left the Wattle Hotel (photo) in Upper Coomera when he was attacked

Thug plunging a man's head into a 7-Eleven avoids jail after a nauseating attack that exposes his victim's brain

  • Chase Brooks, convicted drug dealer 21, brutally knocked Knappen down
  • Cracking was brutally disabled and left with a 6 mm hole in his skull
  • His attacker was fired with only a conditional sentence of three months
  • However, the destroyed victim said out of court: & # 39; I have a life sentence & # 39;
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A young criminal who left a man with a permanent hole in his brain after a cruel attack has avoided jail.

The convicted drug dealer Chase Brooks (21) brutally beat Knappen outside a 7-Eleven in the Gold Coast suburb of Upper Coomera last year.

Knappen was eliminated and left with a 6 mm hole in his skull that will never heal.

Glenn Knappen has just left the Wattle Hotel (photo) in Upper Coomera when he was attacked

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Glenn Knappen has just left the Wattle Hotel (photo) in Upper Coomera when he was attacked

Brooks, who was in conditional release at the time of the attack, pleaded guilty on Thursday of committing personal injury – but was sentenced to three months in prison.

However, his destroyed victim said out of court: & # 39; I have a life sentence & # 39 ;.

Southport District Court heard the attack happened at 1 am on April 2 last year, the Gold Coast Bulletin.

Mr. Knappen waited for a taxi with some friends outside of a 7-11 when Brooks and his friends approached.

An argument broke out between the two groups before Knappen waved a window cleaner at them and shouted at them to leave.

Brooks then knocked him to the ground and fell to the floor, the court heard.

A young criminal who left a man with a permanent hole in his brain after a cruel attack has avoided jail. The case was heard in the Southport District Court
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A young criminal who left a man with a permanent hole in his brain after a cruel attack has avoided jail. The case was heard in the Southport District Court

A young criminal who left a man with a permanent hole in his brain after a cruel attack has avoided jail. The case was heard in the Southport District Court

Knappen protected himself on the ground while a barrage of blows rained until he was knocked down.

& # 39; The attack continued on the ground and left it in a state that dominated very much & # 39 ;, chancellor Matt Hynes said.

Knappen suffered four skull wounds and cuts in the face. He was hospitalized for four days and is still recovering.

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At the time of the attack, Brooks was on conditional release after serving nine months behind bars for drug trafficking, the court heard.

The criminal also threatened to beat a coward a magistrate, the public prosecutor said.

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