One-punch killer Kieran Loveridge granted parole

One-punch killer Kieran Loveridge granted parole

Kieran Loveridge, the man convicted of manslaughter over the 2012 one-punch killing of 18-year-old Thomas Kelly, has been granted parole.

Loveridge will be released from custody later this month after a decision this morning by the NSW Parole Board.

Neither the state nor Kelly’s parents opposed granting parole to Loveridge, while the Serious Offenders Review Council and Community Correction both supported it.

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Under his parole conditions, Loveridge is not allowed to drink alcohol, contact Kelly’s family or his co-offenders, nor visit the City of Sydney and Shoalhaven local government areas.

He is also barred from going to the suburb of Neutral Bay, and from having any contact with bikie gangs.

More to come. 

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