Man could be jailed for dealing heroin on streets of Basildon

Man could be jailed for dealing heroin on streets of Basildon

Man could be jailed for dealing heroin on streets of Basildon

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A DRUG dealer has been warned he could face jail for dealing heroin on the streets of Basildon.

Ade Bakinson, 22, of Glenmere, Vange, admitted one count of possession of the class A drug with intent to supply when he appeared at Basildon Crown Court on Monday.

The court heard he was stopped by police officers in the town in January 2013.

Bakinson ran away from officers, but was caught and in the struggle he tried to swallow three packets of heroin diamorphine weighing a total of 0.4g.

Police recovered the drugs from him along with about £500 in cash.

The court heard how Bakinson was dealing drugs in order to support his own drug habit.

However, since the birth of his son, who is now two years old, he had reduced his habit.

Judge Graham agreed to adjourn sentencing for four weeks while the probation service prepare pre-sentence reports.

He said: “You have pleaded guilty to one count of possession of a class A drug with intent to supply.

“You will be given credit for an early guilty plea.

“The maximum sentence for this offence is one of two years in prison.

“However, I will adjourn this case for a pre-sentence report so the court can get the fullest information about you.”

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5:31pm Tue 3 Jun 14

abd123 says...

Saying you could be jailed is a code for you won't be jailed. Saying all sentencing options are open is also code for you won't be jailed. If he was going to be jailed he would not get bail for pre sentencing reports.
Saying you could be jailed is a code for you won't be jailed. Saying all sentencing options are open is also code for you won't be jailed. If he was going to be jailed he would not get bail for pre sentencing reports. abd123
  • Score: 14

5:38pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Could? COULD?

Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets.
Could? COULD? Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets. Howard Cháse
  • Score: 33

6:48pm Tue 3 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

Howard Cháse wrote:
Could? COULD?

Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets.
Give him a chance, and let him turn his life around. I used to sell drugs all the time, big money earner. But gave it up. It's no big deal in my eyes anyway. Just don't get caught.
[quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Could? COULD? Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets.[/p][/quote]Give him a chance, and let him turn his life around. I used to sell drugs all the time, big money earner. But gave it up. It's no big deal in my eyes anyway. Just don't get caught. born and raised criminal
  • Score: -28

8:27pm Tue 3 Jun 14

BasildonDond says...

Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories.
They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization. BasildonDond
  • Score: 14

8:34pm Tue 3 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

BasildonDond wrote:
Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories.
They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
[quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist. born and raised criminal
  • Score: -16

9:25pm Tue 3 Jun 14

BasildonDond says...

born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories.
They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
[quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god. BasildonDond
  • Score: 11

9:37pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Ladydolphin.mh says...

AS A FATHER WOULD HE REALLY WANT HIS SON TO BE ON OR TO SELL DRUGS?
THE JUDGES SHOULD BACK UP ALL THE HARD WORK THE POLICE HAVE DONE TO GET THIS SCUMBAG OFF THE STREETS.
WAITING FOR REPORTS FROM THE PROBATION SERVICES WILL PROBABLY MEAN A SLAP ON THE WRIST.
WAIT FOR THE JUDGES TO HAVE THEIR HOUSES BROKEN INTO AND MAYBE THEY MIGHT CHANGE THEIR TUNE!
HELP GET THE DRUGS OFF THE STREETS AND THEN MAYBE OUR CHILDREN WON'T FALL INTO THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL!
AS A FATHER WOULD HE REALLY WANT HIS SON TO BE ON OR TO SELL DRUGS? THE JUDGES SHOULD BACK UP ALL THE HARD WORK THE POLICE HAVE DONE TO GET THIS SCUMBAG OFF THE STREETS. WAITING FOR REPORTS FROM THE PROBATION SERVICES WILL PROBABLY MEAN A SLAP ON THE WRIST. WAIT FOR THE JUDGES TO HAVE THEIR HOUSES BROKEN INTO AND MAYBE THEY MIGHT CHANGE THEIR TUNE! HELP GET THE DRUGS OFF THE STREETS AND THEN MAYBE OUR CHILDREN WON'T FALL INTO THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL! Ladydolphin.mh
  • Score: 8

10:29pm Tue 3 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories.
They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
[quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison! born and raised criminal
  • Score: -8

11:19pm Tue 3 Jun 14

Nebs says...

Judges should be elected.
Judges should be elected. Nebs
  • Score: 7

1:10am Wed 4 Jun 14

Chris Flunk says...

born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead.

Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.
[quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison![/p][/quote]Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge. Chris Flunk
  • Score: 11

7:22am Wed 4 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead.

Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.
Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.
[quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison![/p][/quote]Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.[/p][/quote]Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now. born and raised criminal
  • Score: -8

7:38am Wed 4 Jun 14

angryofessex says...

born and raised criminal wrote:
Howard Cháse wrote:
Could? COULD?

Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets.
Give him a chance, and let him turn his life around. I used to sell drugs all the time, big money earner. But gave it up. It's no big deal in my eyes anyway. Just don't get caught.
Just how many user names do you have ?
[quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Howard Cháse[/bold] wrote: Could? COULD? Bang him up. No flipping could about it. Get these scumbags off the streets.[/p][/quote]Give him a chance, and let him turn his life around. I used to sell drugs all the time, big money earner. But gave it up. It's no big deal in my eyes anyway. Just don't get caught.[/p][/quote]Just how many user names do you have ? angryofessex
  • Score: 4

8:06am Wed 4 Jun 14

pembury53 says...

better than being idle on the dole, at least he was earning a crust......
better than being idle on the dole, at least he was earning a crust...... pembury53
  • Score: -5

10:25am Wed 4 Jun 14

Chris Flunk says...

born and raised criminal wrote:
Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.
Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.
"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King.
[quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison![/p][/quote]Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.[/p][/quote]Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.[/p][/quote]"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King. Chris Flunk
  • Score: 9

11:05am Wed 4 Jun 14

Howard Cháse says...

Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.
Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.
"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King.
Innit
[quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison![/p][/quote]Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.[/p][/quote]Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.[/p][/quote]"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King.[/p][/quote]Innit Howard Cháse
  • Score: 3

1:00pm Wed 4 Jun 14

Bosniavet says...

This report highlights a number of concerns for me, the main 2 being:-
Why is the maximum prison for this offence only 2 years imprisonment? & why has it taken 18 months to bring this case to court? I agree with other contributors here that it looks like there will be no imprisonment in this case, merely a suspended sentence or more likely probation & rehabilitation. I sincerely hope Mr Bakinson has seen the error of his ways & weaned himself off a life of drugs & criminality, but I have my doubts.
This report highlights a number of concerns for me, the main 2 being:- Why is the maximum prison for this offence only 2 years imprisonment? & why has it taken 18 months to bring this case to court? I agree with other contributors here that it looks like there will be no imprisonment in this case, merely a suspended sentence or more likely probation & rehabilitation. I sincerely hope Mr Bakinson has seen the error of his ways & weaned himself off a life of drugs & criminality, but I have my doubts. Bosniavet
  • Score: 3

2:08pm Wed 4 Jun 14

CallMeSuperMum says...

'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever?
Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure.
'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever? Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure. CallMeSuperMum
  • Score: 3

2:44pm Wed 4 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
Chris Flunk wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote:
born and raised criminal wrote:
BasildonDond wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.
Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.
Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.
No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison!
Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.
Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.
"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King.
I passed the interview to work for your mum. Weren't really hard. I walked into the brothel and just said 'her please'.
[quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris Flunk[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]born and raised criminal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BasildonDond[/bold] wrote: Another **** judge. Drug usage accounts for a very large percentage of crime, especially house burglaries. I don't see why law abiding citizens should have to pay for users and dealers time spent in prison. They always have a story that they're turning their life around, all the **** and ball stories. They're scum of the earth. Send them to a remote, cold place where they can't return to civilization.[/p][/quote]Who even cares about that. Drug dealing is all about making ££££. I've never been a drug user at all, I just used to sell them to crackheads needing their fix. I could make £250 a day at times selling coke and weed. It's just easy money. Anyway, I never classed myself as a drug dealer, I classed myself as a street pharmacist.[/p][/quote]Why did you stop, don't tell me. You got a girlfriend pregnant and discovered god.[/p][/quote]No, because I got a job instead, and didn't want to carry on down that route. I probably would of been caught eventually. And I was carrying around a fair whack at any given time. It COULD of meant I was facing prison![/p][/quote]Glad to hear you got a job and I'm sure your school days stood you in good stead. Being an arch-criminal, I bet at school you used to take the younger kids' lunch money off them. Now you still take their lunch money but you have to smile while you are doing it and wear your McDonalds uniform. One day you'll get that gold star for your name badge.[/p][/quote]Yeah right. I wear a McDonalds uniform... If you had any idea on how clever I actually was you wouldn't be saying that right now.[/p][/quote]"If you had any idea on how clever I actually was" says it all really. If you could actually construct a simple and grammatically correct sentence I'd think you'd maybe pass the interview for Burger King.[/p][/quote]I passed the interview to work for your mum. Weren't really hard. I walked into the brothel and just said 'her please'. born and raised criminal
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4:07pm Wed 4 Jun 14

pembury53 says...

CallMeSuperMum wrote:
'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever? Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure.
"if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him" so you would apply that reasoning to tobacco then, or are you just another massive hypocrite ? it's a lot less fun dying of lung cancer i can assure you, than the typical consequences of taking illegal drugs.....
[quote][p][bold]CallMeSuperMum[/bold] wrote: 'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever? Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure.[/p][/quote]"if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him" so you would apply that reasoning to tobacco then, or are you just another massive hypocrite ? it's a lot less fun dying of lung cancer i can assure you, than the typical consequences of taking illegal drugs..... pembury53
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6:00pm Wed 4 Jun 14

born and raised criminal says...

CallMeSuperMum wrote:
'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever?
Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure.
What a load of bolloccks. You only live once, who gives a sh!t. Not me. It's up to you if you want to sell drugs or take them.
[quote][p][bold]CallMeSuperMum[/bold] wrote: 'Clever' people don't sell drugs. If you had any morals or sense then you would know this is a fact. How would you feel if your child hit 16 & started selling drugs claiming he was clever? Drug dealers need to be removed from the streets and have everything they won stripped from them just like the addicts who destroyed their own lives by 'having fun' I've never once in my life touched drugs and never will, when my son grows up I will try to help him avoid drugs but if he makes the choice to become an addict I will disown him. Most people on the dole use the money they are given for free to fund their drug habits so I think anyone claiming should be put through a drugs test. The justice system is a failure.[/p][/quote]What a load of bolloccks. You only live once, who gives a sh!t. Not me. It's up to you if you want to sell drugs or take them. born and raised criminal
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