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Raymond Brown Escobar

Published by pan-pan at 1:37pm on Tue 9th July 2019. Viewed 414 times.

So they didn't get their crime reporter to write an article about his own crime? LOL!

Published by Wrongfellow at 1:57pm on Tue 9th July 2019.

Lol! First thing I checked was who wrote the article! I too kind of expected him to have written his own story. Does that mean we will no longer be told the best place to go dogging??

Published by pan-pan at 10:36am on Wed 10th July 2019.

He'll have to write about his experiences in the prison shower instead, I suppose.

Published by Wrongfellow at 10:43am on Thu 11th July 2019.

The thought that he may have been permanently high certainly explains a lot about his journalistic career.

Published by sam i at 4:56pm on Thu 11th July 2019.

"You can see the irony in it if you look" ;)

Published by Wrongfellow at 5:06pm on Thu 11th July 2019.

^^^^^ Whats this???

Lol! First thing I checked was who wrote the article!

Your on the fucking list sunny Jim

Published by bigmal at 8:48pm on Sun 14th July 2019.

FUCK ME two lollers on the same thread

Published by bigmal at 8:52pm on Sun 14th July 2019.

1o1

Published by pan-pan at 1:36pm on Tue 16th July 2019.

Technically this is not a 1o1, lol.

Published by pan-pan at 1:36pm on Tue 16th July 2019.

Published by bigmal at 2:15pm on Mon 12th August 2019.

Representing himself in court, Brown said he was due to go on holiday to Malta when he received a call from his doctor, telling him he had a shadow on his lung on September 20, 2018.

Oh, well I suppose that's OK then.

Published by Wrongfellow at 5:00pm on Mon 12th August 2019.

He added: "I admit possessing the drugs but there was no intent on my part to use them.

Confused by this defence. Surprised they didn’t take this to mean intent to supply, a far more serious offence.

He was also ordered to pay a £121 victim surcharge and court costs to the sum of £400, meaning a total fine of £1.732

Brown has clearly made a mistake, lost his job and ruined his life over a reasonably minor offence, which he regrets. So glad he wasn’t faced with a large fine too. Imagine if it was £2! Lol.

Published by Silent Rob at 5:32am on Wed 14th August 2019.

I'm surprised they took him to court at all if all they had was possession.

Or, wait ... could there be some, shall we say, prior bitterness there? ;)

Published by Wrongfellow at 3:05am on Thu 15th August 2019.

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