I cant think of too many examples of people who have committed a crime as serious as his that would then walk straight into any job, let alone something in the £100k a year bracket.
I bet you can't think of anyone (apart from Hughes) that has ran over and killed somebody. So the rest of your point is moot.
If he had the same treatment and quality of life as anyone else who had done what he'd done I would have less of a problem with it.
How do you know he hasn't? He's served his time and went back to work in the job he does. If a chef or a binman killed somebody by dangerous driving, served their time and got out, they'd be free to go back to work as a chef or a binman, what is the difference?
He doesn't though, he served a jail stretch that was nowhere near appropriate for the crime he committed
Is was totally appropriate according to the sentences we normally hand out, he got 6 years. You often get less for manslaughter.
and walked straight back into a dream job.
So you're jealous aren't you? That's what it boils down to, you're jealous of what footballers earn etc. It's not his fault that is his trade and he's employable. If he was a butcher you wouldn't give a fuck. How shallow are you?
I can see what you're saying like, but it really gets me!
Well it shouldn't get you, he's been treated no differently to anyone else that has committed the crime that he did and has the same rights as anyone else.