Off to prison: Man kicked a baby in the HEAD and punched strangers during ‘drug-fuelled’ rampage

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Mitchell Keith Robinson who is an obvious fan of Jackie Chan/Bruce Lee channeled the ‘karate skill’ in him as he put on some acts under an influence.

The 30-year-old man kicked an 11-month-old baby in the head and assaulted several passengers on a train in a rapid series of indiscriminate attacks on passengers in Brisbane’s northeast on November 28, 2021.

How He Unsettled The Train

CCTV footage showed Robinson walking through the carriage’s aisle before punching a random passenger as they sat on a seat.

He then kicked the baby held in its mother’s arms. The mother was also assaulted before Robinson punched another person, and grappled with people who intervened.

Police were then called to Northgate train station to subdue him, yet he rebelled.

CCTV captured the moment Robinson was refusing to exit from a police vehicle while kicking at officers. He was later placed in a medically induced coma due to drug-fuelled psychosis.

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Court Ruling

The prosecutor wanted Robinson should be given a seven-year sentence to protect the community and police but ….

The ‘action man’ has been sentenced to almost five years in prison after he pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Brisbane District Court to five counts of assault occasioning bodily harm, serious assault on police, common assault and obstructing police.

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