A confrontational video reveals the second when an aged man stabbed his son-in-law a number of occasions at a busy prepare station in a “flagrant act of vigilance.”
Warren Greenup was sentenced to eight years in jail earlier this month for trying to kill Cameron Parkin in revenge for alleged home violence in opposition to his daughter.
The 74-year-old pleaded responsible to inflicting damage with intent to homicide after telling police he wished to slit his son-in-law’s throat and “kill the bastard.”
CCTV footage from Sydney Central Station reveals the second Greenup tried to hold out his heinous plan on the afternoon of December 4, 2021.
A confrontational video reveals the second an aged man stabbed his son-in-law a number of occasions at a busy prepare station in a ‘blatant act of vigilance’
At round 2 p.m., surveillance footage reveals Greenup sporting a white T-shirt and lengthy beige shorts as he wanders close to the doorway to the busy prepare station.
As Mr. Parkin stops to speak to a lady on the entrance, the older man fumbles in a purple canvas bag on his shoulder.
He walks over to the youthful man and withdraws his hand to disclose that he’s holding a big knife with a white deal with.
The CCTV footage reveals Greenup placing his arm again earlier than stabbing the knife in Mr. Parkin’s again, taking him unexpectedly.
The two males wrestle and Mr. Parkin punches his father-in-law within the face, inflicting him to fall backwards right into a metal bollard.
Mr. Parkin backs away and grabs his aspect, the place his navy blue shirt is bloodstained darkish crimson.
The video footage reveals Greenup getting again on his toes and approaching Mr. Parkin because the son-in-law backs up.
CCTV footage from Sydney Central Station reveals the second Warren Greenup tried to hold out his heinous plan on the afternoon of December 4, 2021
The CCTV footage reveals Greenup placing his arm again earlier than stabbing the knife in Mr Parkin’s again, shocking him.
The youthful man rushes into the terminal trying over his shoulder at his attacker and holding his arms up as if to deflect one other assault.
Greenup comes after him with the purple canvas bag containing a month’s price of his meds, which he had ready realizing he could be arrested.
The court docket paperwork present that Mr. Parkin ran down the corridor yelling “Help me, I’ve been stabbed” because the 74-year-old chased after him with the knife nonetheless in his hand.
A courageous bystander lastly manages to persuade the older man to place down the knife and sit down, and Mr. Parkin walks again to the prepare station entrance.
Surveillance footage reveals him with a big moist bloodstain masking a lot of his again and one other stain on the suitable half of his shirt.
His hand can be lined in blood from holding the stab wound to his aspect.
Judge Warwick Hunt instructed the court docket that none of his wounds have been “really life-threatening.”
The two males struggled earlier than Mr. Parkin punched the older man as he held the knife
When police arrived on the scene, Greenup candidly mentioned he had been planning to stab his son-in-law “for a while.”
“He has been a real asshole to my daughter,” the court docket heard to officers.
“I didn’t do what I came out for. I wanted to kill that son of a bitch.’
The 74-year-old admitted that he intended to surprise his son-in-law and slit his throat, but the victim ran away before he could carry out the plan.
During Greenup’s sentencing, Judge Hunt said he was ‘seeking retribution’ for Mr Parkin’s alleged acts of domestic violence against his daughter.
Judge Hunt told the court that Greenup had heard from his daughter about the “repeated and prolonged abuse” she had suffered by the hands of Mr Parkin and that he took it upon himself to commit the “blatant act of vigilance”.
The choose dominated that there was ‘a certain amount of provocation’, however Greenup had overreacted.
Medical reviews submitted to the court docket advised that “the level of overreaction” could possibly be attributed to the aged man’s melancholy, which “made a material contribution” to his assassination try.
The surveillance footage reveals Mr Parkin with a big moist bloodstain masking a lot of his again and one other stain on the suitable half of his shirt
Greenup was sentenced to eight years in jail for trying to kill Cameron Parkin (pictured) in revenge for alleged home violence in opposition to his daughter
The court docket was instructed his decision-making processes have been influenced by his psychological sickness and he thought-about the stabbing of his son-in-law to be “an attempt to protect his daughter.”
Judge Hunt concluded that the 74-year-old didn’t remorse his actions and didn’t rule out attacking his son-in-law once more.
Greenup was sentenced to a minimal of 4 years and 9 months. He is eligible for launch in September 2026.
His spouse and daughter wiped away tears and hugged after the decision was pronounced.