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The pre-sentencing report set guidelines from 19 months to more than three years in prison, reports say.
Davis, 24, was convicted of beating a white man after a black kid darted out in front of his truck.
The victim, Steven Utash, 54, left the cab of his vehicle to aid the boy but his kindness was met with typical ghetto mob violence.
Davis was among those who beat Utash and will spend a mere year in jail for his crime; a slap on the wrist in exchange for a violent beating. It's what the predatory left calls social justice -- or disparate impact.
Utash's family shook their heads in disgust at the sentencing.
The sentencing is one of the more recent harbingers of the future for white as we succumb to jungle justice at the hands of social engineers and cultural Marxism.
The sentence was handed down by Judge James Callahan.
From our source we read:
One of four Detroit men who admitted to taking part in April's severe beating of Steven Utash received a sentence below the legal guidelines Thursday despite the prosecutor's objection.
James Deontae Davis, 24, was given a year in jail or work release with five years of probation after an "honest expression of remorse and apologies," said Judge James Callahan of Wayne County Circuit Court. A pre-sentencing report set guidelines from 19 months to more than three years in prison.
Davis and Latrez Cummings, 19, were to be the last two sentenced in the brutal beating that left Utash, 54, in a coma for 10 days in April. Callahan delayed Cummings' sentencing to July 17 as lawyers try to confirm whether he was enrolled in school remotely at the time of the April 2 beating, as he claims.
Utash continues to recover from severe head injuries, suffered when he was knocked off his feet and pummeled after he hit a 10-year-old boy who stepped off a curb in front of his truck. The boy, who has not been identified, was hospitalized briefly after the incident but was expected to make a full recovery, police have said.
Utash's relatives said he has brain damage resulting from the beating that as many as 20 people participated in. He was hospitalized for six weeks and spent part of the time in critical condition.
Two of Utash's family members were in court but didn't speak. They could be seen shaking their heads as the Davis sentencing proceeded.
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