Peter's mother Maureen said he had been left with 'no life left' after the attack
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Family of one-punch victim 'unhappy' at sentencing

The family of a man left disabled by a one-punch attack have said they are "very unhappy" with the sentence imposed on the man responsible.

Peter Morrison, 38, suffered a fractured skull, bleeding and bruising of the brain and a stroke.

Mr Morrison was punched once by Teddy Roulston, 30, from Ballycolman estate in Strabane, County Tyrone.

Roulston has been jailed for two years and four months.

Speaking after the sentencing, Peter's mother Maureen said she and other members of the family were "very unhappy with the sentence imposed".

BBC News NI's Ita Dungan reports.

  • 30 Jun 2015