Non-violence crusader Danny Green wants ‘slow death’ for convicted Pajich-Sweetman murderer

Danny Green didn't pull any punches on Facebook. Photo: Getty
Danny Green didn't pull any punches on Facebook. Photo: Getty

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PERTH boxing champion Danny Green has launched a scathing attack on convicted Aaron Pajich-Sweetman murderer Trudi Lenon, who is recovering in hospital after being bashed and burned on New Year’s Day.

Ms Lenon (43) was convicted of Mr Pajich’s murder, along with her co-accused Jemma Lilley (26), and she was attacked in Bandyup prison while awaiting sentencing.

Green, who is the face of a national campaign to stop one-punch assaults, called Ms Lenon a “foul mutt” and said he hoped she got an infection and an infection and died “a horrid and slow and obscenely painful death”.

“I’m willing to write what many think,” Green wrote.

And even though he advocates non-violence, Green said he approved of the jail attack.

“My hat is off to whoever carried out this act,” he wrote.

“I’m tired of our putrid constitution forcing the law into the hands of the community.

“This poor young man. The way his life ended was just incomprehensible.”

The majority of the comments were approving of Green’s stance, and more than 2700 people had ‘liked’ the post.

Aaron’s stepmother Veronica Desmond was one who expressed gratitude for Green’s post.

“Thank you for your support Danny,” she wrote.

“I’m Aaron’s Mum and life is very difficult now much more than it was.”