Madora Bay man pleads guilty to one-punch attack that killed Mandurah chef

Jake Mosley pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
Jake Mosley pleaded guilty to manslaughter.

A 28-year-old Madora Bay man has pleaded guilty to the one-punch-attack that killed a 27-year-old Mandurah chef.

Jason Goodwin was playing pool at Silver Sands Tavern about 4pm when Jake Mosley punched him in the face.

Jason Goodwin

Mr Goodwin fell and hit his head on the corner of the pool table.

Mr Goodwin was admitted to hospital with a fractured skull and brain haemorrhage which led to his death seven days later.

Mosley entered a plea of guilty to manslaughter at Perth Supreme Court today.

Detectives initiated a two day manhunt to find Mosley following the attack.

The maximum sentence for a one-punch-attack was doubled due to a campaign by Mr Goodwin’s parents following his death.

Mosley will be sentenced on December 20.

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