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A MUM screamed in horror when she found her teenage son in bed soaked in blood and urine after he was brutally beaten up after a party. Horror -stricken Mrs Green immediately called 999 and an ambulance rushed the seriously-injured youngster to Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, Norfolk.
A serial thug who savagely battered a teenager in a crime which shocked Scotland has been jailed again for attacking the victim’s friend – after trying to say sorry.
Brian Ramsay, 28, floored the pal moments after trying to pass on apologies for the brutal assault on Angus Gallacher, then 18, who suffered 13 skull fractures.
After being told he should apologise to his victim face to face, vicious Ramsay laid out William Robertson with a punch then stamped on his head.
Ramsay, who has an appalling criminal record, was jailed for eight months at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.
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But the brute is likely to be back on the street in no time as he had already been on remand for five months.
After the sheriff imposed the sentence, Ramsay gave a thumbs up behind his back to his partner – who is due to give birth to their child next week – as she sat in the public gallery.
In 2015, we told how Ramsay – who was wearing an electronic tag – beat Good Samaritan Angus to a
Along with the skull injuries, Angus was left with three broken fingers, fractured ribs and a damaged ear drum.
The kind-hearted teenager had found Ramsay lying in a garage forecourt in Gorebridge, Midlothian, in October 2014 and helped him across the road.
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But Ramsay turned on him before dragging him to a nearby house where he beat him again.
The Record also revealed Ramsay was on a tagging order four months earlier when he attacked ailing grandad Iain Hutchison, but kept his liberty.
On Monday, the court was told he assaulted William at about 2.10am on January 27 this year in Gorebridge.
Fiscal depute Rosie Cook said William was returning from a night out with another pal when their cab stopped in Swan Crescent.
By chance, Ramsay was on the road in his vehicle. The court heard he approached William, a friend of Angus, to make an apology.
Ms Cook said: “It appears the accused told him if you see him (Angus), tell him he’s going to have to accept it.
“The complainer (William) told him, ‘Do it yourself’. At this point the complainer was fearful and exited the taxi.”
The court heard Ramsay punched him with a “closed fist to his left eye”, sending him staggering and falling to the ground.
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A source has told Dublin Live that a 'corrosive substance' was used during the terrifying incident, which took place around 4pm. The second man received serious facial injuries following the attack on Jamestown Road with Gardai launching an investigation into how the frightening incident started.Terrified locals watched on helplessly as the two men were tended to at the scene by ambulance personnel following the alleged acid attack before being rushed to the Mater Hospital for further treatment.
Then the guy says 'I'll fiddle with your kids' and then he just started on him. "The reason he was so badly injured was because he had a steel toe cap on "My partner and I knew he was going to get battered because he was looking for a fight from the start." The eyewitness says that the drunk was
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Ms Cook added: “When he was on the ground, he felt a stamp on his head from the accused.”
Face bloody, William managed to get back in the taxi.
His girlfriend took him to hospital later that day for treatment for bruising and swelling. Ross Gardner, defending Ramsay, said his client had approached the victim with “the best intentions to offer an apology”.
He said: “The apology was offered and not accepted.
“With the benefit of hindsight, these type of best intentions are seldom successful at 2am.”
Gardner said Ramsay had been on remand for exactly five months – the equivalent of a 10-month jail term.
Ramsay, described as an inmate at Edinburgh’s Saughton Prison, pleaded guilty to assaulting William to his injury before being sentenced to eight months by Sheriff Donald Corke. It’s likely Ramsay will be out to attend his child’s birth and enjoy Christmas.
In 2017, we told how Ramsay went on a crime rampage just weeks after his early release from prison.
Ramsay, who had been serving 39 months when he was let out barely halfway, almost immediately teamed up with fellow lags as part of an organised crime gang which terrorised Edinburgh and the Lothians.
The professional mob specialised in break-ins and high-end car thefts.
These cars, including a £45,000 BMW X4 and £36,000 Audi Q3 from one address, were then used as getaway vehicles for further burglaries.During one escape from police, Ramsay drove at up to 50mph on the wrong side of the road and into the path of oncoming traffic in Edinburgh.
The next day, Ramsay evaded police cars by mounting pavements and taking blind corners at speed while nearly crashing into a Police Scotland vehicle.
Ramsay admitted 26 offences from two indictments, which included 72 charges.
He was sent back to jail to complete 556 days, with a further two years added on.
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