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Parents of UK gallery attack victim express "horror" of crime as perpetrator sentenced to life


"How can someone explain to a child that someone deliberately tried to kill him?", ask the parents of the French boy who was thrown off a viewing platform at London's Tate Modern art gallery by a troubled British teenager. In a statement read out by a police officer after perpetrator Jonty Bravery was sentenced to life in prison, the parents express the "fear and horror" caused by the crime. SOUNDBITE

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