The man accused of running over his daughter's landlord back in 2009 pled no contest Friday.
Franklin Parker, 61, appeared in a Broward court room Friday, and was sentenced to 10 years in prison and 10 years probation.
The whole incident was caught on camera, showing Parker driving over his intended target, John Henry Hill, and pinning him under the car. Several bystanders quickly helped lift the car off and pull Hill out from underneath.
"[I am] very happy with the verdict and how things went along," Hill said, " I want to give thanks to... the people who lifted the car off of me too---to be there to support me and to show me that there's still a lot of love in mankind."
On December 2009, Parker got upset with Hill, his daughter's landlord, when he was told not to park on the grass. Hill testified that after telling Parker repeatedly, he started yelling at him, and ended up under Parker's Ford Taurus just minutes later.
"I was running down the sidewalk," Hill said. "I was running for my life because I know he was targeting me."
Hill has had three different surgeries to his face, head and pelvis because of the injuries sustained from the incident.
Hill said on the stand in Thursday's sentencing hearing he is afraid of Parker and would like him to "pay substantially" for what he did.