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I note that the pair of slappers jailed in Peru for attempting to smuggle 11 Kgs. of cocaine into the UK are actively being considered for early transfer back to this country ‘to serve their time in prison near to their families” ATW readers unfamiliar with this phrase within judicial language must realise that this phrase is short for ‘upon arrival in Great Britain, they will be imprisoned for about three weeks, then carefully let out the back door to rejoin the cess-pits from whence they emerged’.

11 Kgs. That, folks is about 24 pounds in ‘old money’. After judicious cutting with ideal cheap materials such as baking powder or milk sugar, estimates of aound half-a-million quidsworth of a deadly hard drug were due to hit Britain’s streets if this criminal pair had not been stopped.

And now they propose to repatriate them from Peru to their ‘loved ones’.

What was that phrase again; the one about ‘tough on crime’ or something? Must have been just another soundbite!

 

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12 thoughts on “The wages of sin is…….freedom!

  1. It’s not quite that someone ‘is proposing’ the transfer. It’s just the law being adhered to. If the UK and Peruvian authorities agree, they’re entitled to be tansferred to the UK, and the length of time they’ll serve must first be approved by the Peruvian judiciary.

    It’s no secial treatment, they’re simply being treated as any British prisoners would be treated in their position.

  2. And now they propose to repatriate them from Peru to their ‘loved ones’.

    Perhaps their loved ones want their investment back…?

  3. I can’t quite figure this one out?
    The one that’s from Londonderry (i can’t remember her name) travelled on an Irish passport so why should she come ‘home’ to the UK?
    She’s chosen to be Irish so would a place in a jail in the Republic of Ireland not be for her? Or does she only want to be in the UK when it suits her?

  4. To Pete,

    Care to comment on the passport issue that JM raised?

    JM you are aware that Northern Irish people can hold British or Irish passports legally , right?

  5. ATW readers unfamiliar with this phrase within judicial language must realise that this phrase is short for ‘upon arrival in Great Britain, they will be imprisoned for about three weeks, then carefully let out the back door to rejoin the cess-pits from whence they emerged’.

    Christ Mike, what planet are you on? As Pete said, there’s nothing underhand going on here, no special treatment, and they certainly will not be let out after a few weeks in the UK. Put the crack pipe down old boy, it’s bad for you.

  6. @Pinky

    Yep course i am but if this girl has chosen Irish citizenship then surely the problem is Dublin’s not London’s.
    Why should the UK help her or pay for years of her imprisonment if she has given up the right to her British nationality?
    She can’t just use the UK now as a ‘flag of convenience’.
    Let Dublin sort it out. That’s what she has chosen. So be it.

  7. “if she has given up the right to her British nationality?”

    She hasn’t given it up. This has been explained to you, but it doesn’t seem to be penetrating your brainless bonce.

  8. Don’t be so f*cking ignorant.
    If she has Irish nationality she’s not British so is not the UK’s problem you brainless twat.

  9. *Facepalm*

    She.Is.Entitled.To.Both.Simultaneously. She.Lives.In.The.UK.

    Please read the above slowly, ten times. Let it sink in.

  10. Setting aside the legality issues, who is happy to see these young ladies return to our shores ?

    Not me !

  11. Expect massive sympathetic coverage upon their return.

    If they were rough looking men you’d not get such interest, but these two are the twin Dianas of the modern age, martyrs to the cause of drugs smuggling.

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