Was 16 months too harsh for Pink Floyd guitarist"s student protester son?


Was 16 months too harsh for Pink Floyd guitarist"s student protester son?

Was 16 months in jail too harsh for Pink Floyd guitarist”s student protester son Charlie Gilmour BEL MOONEY and AMANDA PLATELL take sides

9:31 AM on 4th August 2011

Scourge: Student protester Charlie Gilmour provoked outrage for swinging on the Cenotaph flag

Scourge: Student protester Charlie Gilmour provoked outrage for swinging on the Cenotaph flag

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Was 16 months in jail too harsh on Charlie Gilmour

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Supportive: Charlie Gilmour arrives at Kingston Crown Court with his father David Gilmour and mother Polly Samson

Supportive: Charlie Gilmour arrives at Kingston Crown Court with his father David Gilmour and mother Polly Samson

Enlarge Polly Samson expressed her fury at her son

Polly Samson expressed her fury at her son”s sentence on Twitter

Protest: Charlie Gilmour was jailed for 16 months after admitting violent disorder

Protest: Charlie Gilmour was jailed for 16 months after admitting violent disorder

NO: But for the fallen, he wouldn”t be free to protest. How can the Left defend this insult to all we hold dear, says AMANDA PLATELL Gilmour waves a flag as he runs down Horse Guards Road during the protest on December 9 last year

Gilmour waves a flag as he runs down Horse Guards Road during the protest on December 9 last year

Gilmour went on to attack a car carrying police protection officers in a convoy taking Prince Charles and Camilla to a West End theatre

Gilmour went on to attack a car carrying police protection officers in a convoy taking Prince Charles and Camilla to a West End theatre