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OH SHIT! JAIL TIME

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by fr8rokr, Apr 4, 2002.

  1. fr8rokr

    fr8rokr 12oz Member

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    OH SHIT! JAIL TIME

    Discussion started by fr8rokr - Apr 4, 2002

    First published on Saturday 02 February 2002:
    Court locks up train graffiti men
    Six men have been locked up after they were intercepted by police as they travelled to railway sidings at Skipton to spray graffiti on a train.

    Bradford Crown Court heard their vehicles were searched and officers discovered more than 100 cans of spray paint.

    Ian Rantoul, 30, of Wallsend, Kevin Rowntree, 26, of Sandy-ford, Newcastle, Dudley Halls, 24, of Flixton, Manchester, Zachery Turner, 29, of Bruns-wick, Manchester, James David, 25, of York and Adam Heiss, 20, of Chorlton, Man-chester each pleaded guilty to of having articles with intent to damage rolling stock.

    Rantoul was jailed for nine months, while Rowntree, Halls, Turner and David were jailed for seven, five, four and three months respectively.

    Heiss was sent to a young offender institution for 42 days.
     
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  2. Revolt

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    Revolt - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    Dosent the police and goverment have biger things to worry about that a lil paint on trains i mean come on 9 months and they dident even PAINT ! the train its like fucking they in the shiter for atimed murder

    sorry for the spelling school is not my thing

    but really fuck cops need to stop being pussy and start going after the real shit like killers and shit
     
  3. phism

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    phism - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    that's so depressing...

    i want to run for mayor...and try to make shit easier for graf writers...maybe start a department that makes certain bridges legal and shit ::sigh::
     
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  4. Remi Martin

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    Remi Martin - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    that last cat got 42 days juvie time at 20..
    what does sentence time eqaute to in europe? in the us its usually about thirty percent of sentence..my goy got hemmed for armed robbery at knife point in london and did 11 months out of a 2 year sentence
     
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  5. ASER1NE

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    ASER1NE - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    rough , id be very angry .
     
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    zen - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    wonder why they pleaded guilty
     
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  7. sneak

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    sneak - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    i herd bout that. this is in england where the govt are on a "lets make the streets safer" trip which means bad luck for writers, muggers etc etc
     
  8. catwash

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    catwash - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    sounds about right for london, usually serve half the sentence - maybe early release with electronic tag.

    FUCK JAIL TERMS FOR WRITING.
     
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    microsoft_golf - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    i was getting charged for like 9 counts of vandilism......and the crown attorney was looking for 6 months in jail......SHITTY.
     
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  11. ceasoner

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    ceasoner - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    thats blows
     
  12. ~KRYLON2~

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    ~KRYLON2~ - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    wtf!!!!! if they didnt paint anything what charges were pressed???
     
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    monkeybutter - Replied Apr 5, 2002

    THA COUNTIES JUST LIKE A PARTY, CUS IN THE COUNTY YOU KNOW EVERYBODY......
     
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  14. Fabo 2

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    Fabo 2 - Replied Apr 6, 2002

    9 months is harsh.
     
  15. SatAn's SluT

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    SatAn's SluT - Replied Apr 6, 2002

    wat?! they tag you so they see where youa re going and shit?

    and not trying to sound big or shit but i think i know one of them
     
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