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Author Topic: £200,000 a year to stay in Jail  (Read 1479 times)

Offline James999

This guy has been told to return £2,000,000 or face 10 years in prison, so thats £200,000 a yearto be looked after in prison.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-12731409

Offline Jimmyredcab

I assume he will get 10 years added to the original sentence ---------- which will be reduced to under 5 years for good behaviour, personally I would do 5 years for £8,000 a week.

Offline smiths

This guy has been told to return £2,000,000 or face 10 years in prison, so thats £200,000 a yearto be looked after in prison.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-12731409

Interesting article, i note it mentions trafficking where the women were not aware they would be working as prostitutes but i assume they agreed to come here voluntarily for the jobs they were told were on offer. It doesnt specifically say this guy or associates got done for trafficking although vice is a bit of a catch all term.

Due to the mis-treatment of these women he hasnt been given a long enough sentence in my view or his family.

I wouldnt go to prison for that extra length for that amount of money if i could avoid it.

The call centre modus used here is also interesting to hear about, this is what some punters have posted is the modus when ringing some/many WGs on A/W here.

Offline smiths

I assume he will get 10 years added to the original sentence ---------- which will be reduced to under 5 years for good behaviour, personally I would do 5 years for £8,000 a week.

Unless he is near the end of his 7 year term less remission it will be longer than 5 years and thats assuming a guy who refuses to give up money the authorities believe/know he has will get parole which is unlikely i would of thought. So remission is a third off so i understand (i might be wrong though) so in all he could have to serve 10-11 years less what he might already of served, thats a lot of porridge. ;)
« Last Edit: June 13, 2011, 10:48:58 AM by smiths »


freedom every time

Same here, can you imagine doing the time with the other inmates when word got round what you had stashed away? You wouldn't last a day.

trouble is for normal people prison is not like a 5 star hotel

Offline softlad

Same here, can you imagine doing the time with the other inmates when word got round what you had stashed away? You wouldn't last a day.

Quite the contrary, I think he'd have a lot of new found mates, other lags will be wanting to help protect him inside, knowing he is worth what he is.

Offline Angel.LBB

In the case of most POC's it isn't an either-or deal, its a cooperate and pay up now and get out now or have an additional sentence and still have to pay up or have each asset sized anyway   :( :(

Offline Jimmyredcab

In the case of most POC's it isn't an either-or deal, its a cooperate and pay up now and get out now or have an additional sentence and still have to pay up or have each asset sized anyway   :( :(

It depends where the money is tied up, if it is hidden in a deposit box under a false name they will never be able to find it. 

Offline Angel.LBB

 :D :D

Very true, in this case however it seems to be a lot in property.

They also check all DVLA registrations and insurance databases to see how any cars you may be insured to drive (not registered to you) where bought and where that money came from, they can take any photos from your house etc to see if you have any expensive jewellery or watches on in them and demand you produce them, any loyalty type cards you have will be used to calculate average spending etc and if they think your still hiding any they can apply to have your sentence extended (as they are in this case) as to hide anything from them is an offence in itself  :( :( :(

Offline Wayang

:D :D

Very true, in this case however it seems to be a lot in property.

They also check all DVLA registrations and insurance databases to see how any cars you may be insured to drive (not registered to you) where bought and where that money came from, they can take any photos from your house etc to see if you have any expensive jewellery or watches on in them and demand you produce them, any loyalty type cards you have will be used to calculate average spending etc and if they think your still hiding any they can apply to have your sentence extended (as they are in this case) as to hide anything from them is an offence in itself  :( :( :(

Remember Lester Piggott.  After a long and complicated battle with HMRC he finally agreed with them a modest final payment in full and final settlement.  He pulled out his cheque book to write out a cheque - and whoops - it was for a bank account that he had not declared.

Offline softlad

Remember Lester Piggott.  After a long and complicated battle with HMRC he finally agreed with them a modest final payment in full and final settlement.  He pulled out his cheque book to write out a cheque - and whoops - it was for a bank account that he had not declared.

I hadn't heard that one before..... Doh!  :dash:  :lol:

Offline Angel.LBB

Another one I know of personally is a case when an assessment of £300,000 was made and the guy in question tried to pay it in cash while all his assets where still supposedly frozen !!


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