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Mr Jervis said at about 5.30am the two were seen on the club's CCTV, arguing on the steps, as Mr Vennell tried to go back in.
Martin went to his sister's home, covered in blood, and told her he had nearly killed someone.
The second man, Kyle McGauley, then 18, had joined the chase despite not knowing Martin.
Kate Brunner, defending, said: "Mr Martin recognises that he has caused unfathomable pain and suffering, not only to those attacked but also to their loved ones.
She said he had suffered "gross violence", inflicted on him by a number of people, from when he was as young as five.
The judge said he would only be released when doctors and the parole board believed he was no longer a risk to the public, which was unlikely to be for a long time.
numerous cuts and bruises.
Mr Vennell was found unconscious in a pool of blood close to the churchyard, and was rushed to the Royal United Hospital in Bath.
Initially Martin will go to a secure hospital and when he is better or no longer treatable he will be transferred to prison.
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Judge Euan Ambrose said: "There is a significant risk of you committing further offences and causing serious harm in the future. You are, in my estimation, a very dangerous young man."
Referring to a psychiatrist's report, he said it told him "future violence could be life threatening or worse".
Speaking after sentencing, Mr Vennell's family said: "No sentence will ever be long enough for the injuries that Jason received and the everyday battle he has in front of him. As a result of the
"The defendant was observed by two witnesses dragging the limp body of Mr Vennell along by his outstretched arms.
When he was disarmed, he continued to assault one of the men who had fallen to the ground with kicks, stamps and punches. One of the men suffered a fractured eye socket, eight broken teeth and
After knocking Jason Vennell unconscious, he was seen dragging him along the road before kicking him in the head.
a park in Warminster after a night out when Martin, brandishing a baseball bat, walked up and started hitting Nike Air Max 90 Mesh Black
The court heard the initial attack took place out of sight of town centre CCTV, but Nike Air Max 90 Womens Dark Grey a passer by saw what happened a few seconds later.
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Martin grabbed him, so he walked away, then ran when the teenager and another youth started to chase him.
Despite being subject to a nighttime curfew, Martin was seeing in 2010 at the Fever nightclub in Trowbridge when he was involved in a scuffle with Jason Vennell.
From there he was transfered to Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, where he was in intensive care for 11 days and underwent three operations to reduce the swelling on his brain.
He imposed a custodial sentence for public protection, with a minimum term of four years, four months.
Martin, of Sambourne Road, Warminster, admitted two counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and one of actual bodily harm.
Oliver Martin was on bail and due to face trial for another vicious assault when he chased his victim through the streets of Trowbridge early on January 1 last year.
kick him repeatedly, hard, to the head. He was dragged again, then kicked more to the head," Mr Jervis said.
"He realises that he will not have his freedom for some time yet."
Chris Jervis, prosecuting, told Swindon Crown Court 19 year old Martin had been on bail for assaulting two men in an unprovoked incident in January 2009.
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