Welsh bint fakes death and gets away with it... almost

#1
On the beeb web thing...

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/wales/south_west/6419195.stm

Seems like she tried to blag a speeding fine by faking her own demise!
What idiot (oh look... this type of idiot) would claim a falce road death to the police, surely they would have a cross reference.... oh yes so they do!!!

Practivaly got away with it too... hurrar for prison over crowding and labour home office directives!!!!

:pissedoff:
 
#3
Having seen the picture it didn't take much pretending.

And death would be a vast improvement.
 
#4
So she is of previous good character but admits to driving on and off for many years without a full driving licence.. yeah right. Not that good a character then. Oh so she didn't have any accidents in all that time? Well let us do away with driving tests then and base it on time served behind the wheel??? This is a minor motoring offence until she kills someone whilst having one of her rare jaunts out in a car. She then tries to get out of it by perverting the course of justice. I have no sympathy for her. She is extremely lucky, I would have jailed her.
 
#5
camman said:
So she is of previous good character but admits to driving on and off for many years without a full driving licence.. yeah right. Not that good a character then. Oh so she didn't have any accidents in all that time? Well let us do away with driving tests then and base it on time served behind the wheel??? This is a minor motoring offence until she kills someone whilst having one of her rare jaunts out in a car. She then tries to get out of it by perverting the course of justice. I have no sympathy for her. She is extremely lucky, I would have jailed her.
"...she didn't have any accidents" but saw many accidents in her rear view mirror.
 
#6
Let's get this straight.

Speeding + driving without valid full licence + driving with no insurance + habitual disregard for the law + attempting to pervert the course of justice + wasting police time = suspended sentence.

Deserves a fine at least equal to the amount of insurance she hasn't paid.

If she has been such a good driver over the years, why didn't she take her test?

AND just who let her drive their car, knowing that she didn't have a licence and that, therefore, she wouldn't be insured etc.?

Should have been more than one person in the dock, methinks. (Unless this person of good character is also a car thief).
 
#7
Just as an aside, a case involving the same judge:


The Not- so -swift arm of the Law
A judge at Swansea Crown Court heard how it took 32 years to bring a man to court over alleged gross indecency. Roger Gerald Hawkins was initially detained in 1974 and had been expected to appear at Cardiff Crown Court.

He failed to show and an arrest warrant was issued. Mr Hawkins heard nothing and presumed the case had petered out. When arrested 32 years later at his home, he was so shocked that he suffered an angina attack and spent the night in Singleton Hospital.

Mr Hawkins, who lives just 300 yards from the court, appeared before Judge Michael Burr on Monday. He was granted bail and ordered to appear at Cardiff Crown Court on July 7. Judge Michael Burr asked Hawkins, of Brynymor Crescent, Swansea, where he had been "all this time."

Mr Hawkins, who retired recently due to ill health, said as no-one had told him about the warrant, he had simply got on with his life. He said that apart from a stint working as a carer in London, he had always lived in the Swansea area.

"I had no reason to think anyone was looking for me," he told the court. "I have never hidden from them (the police). I never heard anymore, and thought the whole matter had been dropped years ago."

Judge Burr told Mr Hawkins: "Get some legal advice and don't fail to attend, it's been 30 years since we last saw you."

The court heard that the original case was so old the Crown Prosecution Service may not have any papers relating to it. No-one in court was able to say what the case was about. A court official said it was possible the arrest warrant had simply gone missing, only to be found recently.

South Wales Police said they were investigating how the warrant suddenly came to light.
http://66.102.9.104/search?q=cache:...tml+"Judge+Michael+Burr+"&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=12
 
#8
Damn I knew I should have tried that
 

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