Star Hobson’s mother is ‘at risk of prison attack by someone with little to lose,’ according to reports

Star Hobson’s mother is ‘at risk of prison attack by someone with little to lose,’ according to reports

Frankie Smith, 20, received an eight-year sentence for permitting her daughter's death.

Savannah Brockhill, 28, battered Star to death after months of neglect and abuse.

Smith will likely need to be labelled a ‘vulnerable prisoner' since he has harmed children.
She may become a target in New Hall Prison in Yorkshire, where notorious killer Rose West is housed.

‘She's a marked woman and someone will soon get her,' a source told The Sun.

‘She's on the lifers' wing, so plenty of ladies with nothing to lose will attack her for a few chocolate bars or toiletries.'
Last week, it was revealed that heroic prison officials saved the life of wicked Brockhill when she fell in prison.

When the murderer had seizures in custody, personnel acted twice.

She was given CPR, forcing her to face justice for Star's death.

'Star's injuries were so horrible they couldn't revive her,' her great-grandfather told The Sun.

‘Brockhill is preserved. What a pity!'

The government may seek to extend Smith's sentence.

The attorney general can ask the courts to increase a sentence if it is deemed too light.
Minister Gillian Keegan, whose portfolio includes childcare, told LBC that Smith's sentence of only eight years ‘doesn't sound like fair.

‘It's an incredible case,' Ms Keegan remarked.

‘And poor Arthur (Labinjo-Hughes). It's really incredible.

The judge and jury have evidently made their… They just handed down the penalty, but I suppose the attorney general can do the same.'

The government's senior lawyer is expected to advocate for a longer term for the two men charged with Arthur Labinjo-Hughes' death.

Emma Tustin, 32, was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 29 years and her father, Thomas Hughes, 29, was sentenced to 21 years.

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