Parmvir Singh Chahil, caught on video allegedly punching and kicking an autistic man, showed up in court Monday bruised from beatings he took in jail, the Toronto Sun reports.
“He got his butt kicked inside [Maplehurst jail] over the weekend,” a Canada Corrections insider told the Sun. “Maplehurst inmates read the papers and watch TV, too.”
Chalil entered the courtroom in Ontario covered as much as possible to hide his body from reporters and cameras. He tried to keep his head down but could not hide the bruises and cuts on his face and his swollen right ear . . .
Three men, who are thought to be Chalil, Ronjot Singh Dhami and one other yet to be identified, allegedly committed an “unprovoked” attack on a man with autism at bus station in Mississauga, Canada. The victim was taking off a pair of roller skates when three men attacked him with kicks and punches that broke the victim’s nose, CP24 News reports.
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