A British teenager who was arrested for throwing a 6-year-old boy from the 10th floor of London’s Tate Modern reveals his evil plan. He states that he threw the boy with a full proof plan, the BBC reports on Friday. Jonty Bravery has autism and in custody. He repeatedly shares his plan which he had thought of a year ago. He states how he wanted to somehow kill somebody.
Bravery’s care provider, however, denied knowing about the teenager’s plan.
Falling from the 10th floor, the 6 -year-old kid suffered a broken arm, spine and legs. The incident horrified visitors which took place on August 4.
On Dec 6, Bravery (18) confessed his crime and pleaded guilty in front of the judge in London’s Central Criminal Court on December 6.
The 6-year-old boy has regained some movement and is able to talk, his family states. They add that the boy is still in pain and need time to recover properly.
At Bravery’s last court hearing Prosecutors state that it was “extraordinary” that the boy survived at all.
Bravery’s lawyer reveals his health condition to the court. He told the court that her client to have autistic spectrum disorder. Followed by obsessive-compulsive disorder. It might be possible he also has a personality disorder.
The court learns about his illusions of hearing voices asking him to hurt or kill people. Following this, the judge asked the defence to “prove” that Bravery is mentally unstable.
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