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Crown wanted tougher sentences than those handed to two Stanley Cup rioters -- and now, it's going after them.
Crown has filed for permission to appeal the sentences of Alexander Peepre and Lincoln Kennedy-Williams.
Peepre was considered one of the instigators of the riot and last month, was handed 60 days in jail to be served on weekends, and 15 months probation.
Lincoln Kennedy-Williams was sentenced to 90 days in jail to be served on weekends and 15 months probation.
Crown had wanted 9 months in jail for Peepre and 6 months for Kennedy-Williams.
A tentative hearing date is set for November 29th.
Crown adds it reviewed the cases of Camille Cacnio and Sean Burkett, but decided it is unlikely an appeal court would vary the sentences and impose something harsher.