Campaign launched to review "lenient" sentence of Dudley postman

A campaign has been launched to review the sentence of a Dudley postman who killed a Halesowen father-of-eight after falling asleep at the wheel.

David Hinton was struck by a vehicle just seconds after putting his young son into a baby seat in the back of his parked Peugeot.

Sajid Hussain, from Blackacre Road was handed eight months in prison, suspended for two years, after pleading guilty to causing death by careless driving.

But campaign founder Mark Scott said he would like to have the lenient sentence overturned and a proper sentence given to Hussain who killed a family man leaving a widow and eight young children.



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