Dorset-based gang conspired to sell nearly £200,000 of cocaine, trial was told

Bournemouth Echo: Scott Woods was given 12 years, but is on the run Scott Woods was given 12 years, but is on the run

A DRUGS gang that operated across Dorset has been jailed for a total of almost 36 years - but two of the convicted men have gone on the run.

The five men, who conspired to sell nearly £200,000 worth of cocaine, were handed hefty jail terms at Bournemouth Crown Court on following a trial.

They are Scott Woods, 25, of West Road, West Lulworth; Guy Anning, 22, of Wayman Road, Corfe Mullen; Dean McLeod, 33, of Damwood Road, Speke, Liverpool; Stewart Davidson, 29, of Greenhill, Weymouth and Ashley Smith, 29, of Challacombe Street, Poundbury.

Prosecutor Barnaby Shaw said the conspiracy involved preparing cocaine of high purity at two Dorset addresses - Wayman Road and Challacombe Street.

Only Woods, the ringleader, was involved at both sites and thus charged with two counts of conspiracy to supply class A drugs. He was jailed for 12 years by Judge John Harrow.

Anning was given seven years - with one year concurrent for cultivating cannabis - McLeod six and Davidson six, while Smith, the only defendant to plead guilty, was handed four years and nine months.

A sixth defendant, 27-year-old James Cosser of Queen's Park Gardens, Bournemouth, was remanded in custody for sentencing on July 24.

Woods and McLeod absconded during the trial and are now being hunted by police.

Senior Investigating Officer Craig Travers said the men were motivated by “cynical greed”.

“These individuals chose to live a certain lifestyle and turned to criminality to fund it rather than earning money legitimately,” he said.

“They showed no regard to the ill effects caused by supplying these drugs to the communities of Dorset.”

The six men were arrested during drug raids in October and November 2012 as part of Dorset Police Major Crime Team's Operation Ace.

Earlier this month a further man - Christian Hill, 29, of Wimborne - was given a suspended sentence of eight months imprisonment for cultivation of cannabis.

Anyone with information about the pair on the run should call police in confidence on 101, or 999 if they see them. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

A clear message

SENIOR Investigating Officer Craig Travers said the sentences sent out a clear message that drug dealers would be brought to justice.

“Drug dealing, drug use and associated crimes cause nothing but devastation and misery,” he said.

“Dorset Police does not tolerate drug dealers and the conviction and sentence of these individuals displays our commitment to tackling organised crime groups.”

He praised the officers who worked on the case, in particular Detective Constables Neil Robbins and Jamie Halford, for their hard work.

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12:00pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

Why is it that in every major drugs ring there is always at least one scouser ?
Why is it that in every major drugs ring there is always at least one scouser ? Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 71

12:03pm Tue 10 Jun 14

High Treason says...

Why bother with this rubbish ruining lives. Just drop them down a disused mine shaft head first. When that one is full find another one.
Why bother with this rubbish ruining lives. Just drop them down a disused mine shaft head first. When that one is full find another one. High Treason
  • Score: 49

12:11pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

moeman wrote:
Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs.

Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL

Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap
Ive just had a nose at his page, have a look at the profile photo of his friend Dec Lloyd.
[quote][p][bold]moeman[/bold] wrote: Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs. Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap[/p][/quote]Ive just had a nose at his page, have a look at the profile photo of his friend Dec Lloyd. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 15

12:17pm Tue 10 Jun 14

iseestupidpeople says...

Anyone who absconds should have their sentence doubled automatically to run from the day they are caught (which they will be)
Anyone who absconds should have their sentence doubled automatically to run from the day they are caught (which they will be) iseestupidpeople
  • Score: 11

3:44pm Tue 10 Jun 14

djd says...

It amazes me that these criminals are given bail during a trial where they can expect a lengthy prison sentence if they are convicted.
Is our prison system in such a mess that there is no room for remand prisoners anymore??
It amazes me that these criminals are given bail during a trial where they can expect a lengthy prison sentence if they are convicted. Is our prison system in such a mess that there is no room for remand prisoners anymore?? djd
  • Score: 38

4:50pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Nice But Dim says...

I bet Mr Cosser can't wait for his day in Court. At least he is remanded in Custody, so will be there to hear his sentence.
I bet Mr Cosser can't wait for his day in Court. At least he is remanded in Custody, so will be there to hear his sentence. Nice But Dim
  • Score: 34

6:00pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Bob49 says...

in the old days telegrams used to use the word stop to denote a gap in the message

however it appears the letter u is now used

so here we go

he made a mistake u this is a forum u folk are entitled to express their thoughts u as you have just done u if you don't like it the you can f u cough u
in the old days telegrams used to use the word stop to denote a gap in the message however it appears the letter u is now used so here we go he made a mistake u this is a forum u folk are entitled to express their thoughts u as you have just done u if you don't like it the you can f u cough u Bob49
  • Score: 38

6:23pm Tue 10 Jun 14

MissBert says...

Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!! MissBert
  • Score: -51

6:29pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Huey says...

MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
No, they are willing to take the punishment because it is too light and prison is no deterrent, not because of any remorse! Naive.
[quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]No, they are willing to take the punishment because it is too light and prison is no deterrent, not because of any remorse! Naive. Huey
  • Score: 25

6:56pm Tue 10 Jun 14

crazybird says...

MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
[quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT! crazybird
  • Score: 41

7:38pm Tue 10 Jun 14

MissBert says...

crazybird wrote:
MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!!
[quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT![/p][/quote]What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!! MissBert
  • Score: -36

8:26pm Tue 10 Jun 14

crazybird says...

Oh please - wait a minute whilst we all get out our little violins and play a tune for him! Tough luck that there's no escape - you do the crime you do the time! Stop griping about it! They were caught bang to rights and prosecuted quite rightly. The CPS don't prosecute if there isn't enough evidence and it's not in the public's interest!
Oh please - wait a minute whilst we all get out our little violins and play a tune for him! Tough luck that there's no escape - you do the crime you do the time! Stop griping about it! They were caught bang to rights and prosecuted quite rightly. The CPS don't prosecute if there isn't enough evidence and it's not in the public's interest! crazybird
  • Score: 21

8:32pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Huey says...

That idiot with the fuzzy hair.... Grinning fool, well done for wasting the best few years of your twenties.
They should all be branded.
That idiot with the fuzzy hair.... Grinning fool, well done for wasting the best few years of your twenties. They should all be branded. Huey
  • Score: 16

8:37pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Bob49 says...

"Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe "

so on what basis are you forming your opinion of us ?

as to the judgemental guff, of course humans judge, that is how we move eat, drink and interact with the world around us

unless you have evolved some other form of deciding what to do

ps shame this idiot has not evolved from adolescence
"Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe " so on what basis are you forming your opinion of us ? as to the judgemental guff, of course humans judge, that is how we move eat, drink and interact with the world around us unless you have evolved some other form of deciding what to do ps shame this idiot has not evolved from adolescence Bob49
  • Score: 14

9:18pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Nice But Dim says...

A particularly expensive mistake if you ask me. Looking at the Dorset Police website looks like they were bang to rights. Two articles that the Echo seem to have combined on here.
A particularly expensive mistake if you ask me. Looking at the Dorset Police website looks like they were bang to rights. Two articles that the Echo seem to have combined on here. Nice But Dim
  • Score: 16

9:21pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Huey says...

MissBert wrote:
crazybird wrote:
MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!!
Noodle armed liberal apologist, piping nonsense.
Hope you have kids and find some coke on them.
Then you'll know.
[quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT![/p][/quote]What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!![/p][/quote]Noodle armed liberal apologist, piping nonsense. Hope you have kids and find some coke on them. Then you'll know. Huey
  • Score: 10

9:28pm Tue 10 Jun 14

rozmister says...

MissBert wrote:
crazybird wrote:
MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!!
All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back.

You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy.
[quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT![/p][/quote]What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!![/p][/quote]All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back. You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy. rozmister
  • Score: 13

10:01pm Tue 10 Jun 14

MissBert says...

rozmister wrote:
MissBert wrote:
crazybird wrote:
MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!!
All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back.

You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy.
I didn't say that I don't know this person.
[quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT![/p][/quote]What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!![/p][/quote]All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back. You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy.[/p][/quote]I didn't say that I don't know this person. MissBert
  • Score: -8

10:06pm Tue 10 Jun 14

rozmister says...

MissBert wrote:
rozmister wrote:
MissBert wrote:
crazybird wrote:
MissBert wrote:
Whatever happened to two sides of every story?
Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!!
Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT!
What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!!
All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back.

You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy.
I didn't say that I don't know this person.
So how do you have any idea that they have been dragged into a cruel world by the top people who left him with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body? And how do you know he feels any remorse? If you don't know him are these just sweeping assumptions on your part??
[quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rozmister[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]crazybird[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MissBert[/bold] wrote: Whatever happened to two sides of every story? Maybe this 'Guy' got caught up in something that he couldn't get out of. At least he turned up to court and has taken his sentence when he could of easily 'ran off'. No one knows the truth behind closed doors. Yes drugs are awful things however no one can be forced into taken them, if you choose to buy them then you too are breaking the law, it is just as bad as selling them. I am not standing up for drug dealers or drug takers but there is more to a story than just whatever is printed in the papers!!! Maybe some of these people are genuinely sorry for what they have done, maybe they will do it again. Yes, we do all make mistakes and if we are willing to take our punishments then that must show some remorse!![/p][/quote]Have a look on their facebook pages - one of them is blatantly bragging about his crime/sentence - utter fools! There is no remorse there! Someone should double the sentence or even better throw away the key. The only thing they are sorry about is SORRY THEY GOT CAUGHT![/p][/quote]What would you do if you knew you were going to prison with murders and rapist?! You would try you best to 'fit' in so that you weren't the subject of abuse inside where there is no escape! Maybe his brother is trying to protect him from the outside judgemental people who only read and believe instead of listening to the truth from a family member!! Just because the top people dragged him into a cruel world and left him with no choice but to carry on being there dogs body doesn't mean that he has no remorse!!![/p][/quote]All the family member says is that it was a mistake he doesn't say he was left with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body. Why would you even say that unless you knew him?! People aren't dragged into this 'cruel world' they make a series of choices and then realise they're in too far to go back. You go to prison with murderers and rapists if you commit crimes (or if there's a miscarriage of justice). Nobody's indicated a miscarriage of justice this time so I'm afraid all the people who were found guilty made a CHOICE that means they now have to share their space with rapists and murderers. The fact it's of their own making negates any sympathy.[/p][/quote]I didn't say that I don't know this person.[/p][/quote]So how do you have any idea that they have been dragged into a cruel world by the top people who left him with no choice but to carry on being their dogs body? And how do you know he feels any remorse? If you don't know him are these just sweeping assumptions on your part?? rozmister
  • Score: 5

10:17pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Mr 8eefy says...

1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole!
1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole! Mr 8eefy
  • Score: 0

10:23pm Tue 10 Jun 14

parkstoneboy says...

lilliam wrote:
moeman wrote:
Babybop wrote:
moeman wrote:
Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs.

Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL

Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap
He pretty much has got 3yrs as he will most likely only have to serve half his sentence.
If he is as much of an idiot on the inside as he is outside then hopefully he will wind up there a bit longer.

I know this guy, as soon as he gets out he will be right at it again. all this guy knows is how to be a massive ****.
u lot need to get a **** life this is my brother guy u are all talking about so **** you and get a life and so what if he made a mistake i bet you lot are not perfect, so get a **** life as i bet u are not and perfect as the **** name u hide behide
poof
[quote][p][bold]lilliam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]moeman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Babybop[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]moeman[/bold] wrote: Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs. Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap[/p][/quote]He pretty much has got 3yrs as he will most likely only have to serve half his sentence.[/p][/quote]If he is as much of an idiot on the inside as he is outside then hopefully he will wind up there a bit longer. I know this guy, as soon as he gets out he will be right at it again. all this guy knows is how to be a massive ****.[/p][/quote]u lot need to get a **** life this is my brother guy u are all talking about so **** you and get a life and so what if he made a mistake i bet you lot are not perfect, so get a **** life as i bet u are not and perfect as the **** name u hide behide[/p][/quote]poof parkstoneboy
  • Score: -2

11:16pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Babybop says...

Id also like to know why the 'runners' who drove the drugs around the county have either not been prosecuted or not been named??
Id also like to know why the 'runners' who drove the drugs around the county have either not been prosecuted or not been named?? Babybop
  • Score: 7

7:22am Wed 11 Jun 14

rednblack37 says...

Mr 8eefy wrote:
1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole!
So with all those advantages, he was motivated by pure greed. And even with that lovely background, he hadn't been taught or considered the dangers of drugs and the effects on peoples lives? I hope you're right and he comes out reformed, because a lot of people in this world have almost nothing, but they do have the principle of never ever getting involved in supplying drugs to fund a better lifestyle.
[quote][p][bold]Mr 8eefy[/bold] wrote: 1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole![/p][/quote]So with all those advantages, he was motivated by pure greed. And even with that lovely background, he hadn't been taught or considered the dangers of drugs and the effects on peoples lives? I hope you're right and he comes out reformed, because a lot of people in this world have almost nothing, but they do have the principle of never ever getting involved in supplying drugs to fund a better lifestyle. rednblack37
  • Score: 11

7:46am Wed 11 Jun 14

Alumchiner says...

The thing about drug users & dealers is that none of them live long in life. Most of of them who die young overdose, there's the infection / illnesses associated with drug use that shorten their lives, HIV, getting knocked off by other dealers etc then they crash they cars as they run from the Police or spend their lives locked up.
Its great fun taking gear isnt it ? not.
The thing about drug users & dealers is that none of them live long in life. Most of of them who die young overdose, there's the infection / illnesses associated with drug use that shorten their lives, HIV, getting knocked off by other dealers etc then they crash they cars as they run from the Police or spend their lives locked up. Its great fun taking gear isnt it ? not. Alumchiner
  • Score: 10

7:48am Wed 11 Jun 14

cheeriedriteup says...

lilliam wrote:
moeman wrote:
Babybop wrote:
moeman wrote:
Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs.

Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL

Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap
He pretty much has got 3yrs as he will most likely only have to serve half his sentence.
If he is as much of an idiot on the inside as he is outside then hopefully he will wind up there a bit longer.

I know this guy, as soon as he gets out he will be right at it again. all this guy knows is how to be a massive ****.
u lot need to get a **** life this is my brother guy u are all talking about so **** you and get a life and so what if he made a mistake i bet you lot are not perfect, so get a **** life as i bet u are not and perfect as the **** name u hide behide
The only mistake made here was by your Mother
[quote][p][bold]lilliam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]moeman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Babybop[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]moeman[/bold] wrote: Used to go to school with Guy Anning, the guy is a right tool. Glad he's been put behind bars where he belongs. Saw him bragging on facebook about going to jail, and how he was only expecting to be sentenced to 3 years LOL Hope he rots there. don't drop the soap[/p][/quote]He pretty much has got 3yrs as he will most likely only have to serve half his sentence.[/p][/quote]If he is as much of an idiot on the inside as he is outside then hopefully he will wind up there a bit longer. I know this guy, as soon as he gets out he will be right at it again. all this guy knows is how to be a massive ****.[/p][/quote]u lot need to get a **** life this is my brother guy u are all talking about so **** you and get a life and so what if he made a mistake i bet you lot are not perfect, so get a **** life as i bet u are not and perfect as the **** name u hide behide[/p][/quote]The only mistake made here was by your Mother cheeriedriteup
  • Score: 12

11:28am Wed 11 Jun 14

Mr 8eefy says...

Sometimes things happen in life, I can assure you Ashley did not make anything out out of this! So greed was not a motive! And now nearly 5 years of his life will be taken away! I'm not going into personal details on here, yes he did wrong, and intended to do wrong, but he really did not know what he was getting involved in! Not many people have caught HIV from having a line of cocaine!! So that just shows how stupid you really are! Also I bet you £1,000,000 that some one in your family has done it on more than one occasion! Husband, wife or son or daughter!! The paper makes out that the property in poundbury was a drug factory! It was not! I had stayed there the weekend before with my daughter as I lived away at the time! and also another friend lived there with Ashley! Both of us are working Men with children, we certainly would not have been frequenting a cocaine factory! Both of us feel very lucky not to have been there that night, it's ok to comment and make statements about someone you do not know, especially on an story in the local rag! Truth is there is a lot of people who will miss Ash, my 7 year old being one of them
Sometimes things happen in life, I can assure you Ashley did not make anything out out of this! So greed was not a motive! And now nearly 5 years of his life will be taken away! I'm not going into personal details on here, yes he did wrong, and intended to do wrong, but he really did not know what he was getting involved in! Not many people have caught HIV from having a line of cocaine!! So that just shows how stupid you really are! Also I bet you £1,000,000 that some one in your family has done it on more than one occasion! Husband, wife or son or daughter!! The paper makes out that the property in poundbury was a drug factory! It was not! I had stayed there the weekend before with my daughter as I lived away at the time! and also another friend lived there with Ashley! Both of us are working Men with children, we certainly would not have been frequenting a cocaine factory! Both of us feel very lucky not to have been there that night, it's ok to comment and make statements about someone you do not know, especially on an story in the local rag! Truth is there is a lot of people who will miss Ash, my 7 year old being one of them Mr 8eefy
  • Score: -12

11:48am Wed 11 Jun 14

BackOfTheNet says...

Many of these comments prove beyond any doubt that most posters on here have no idea what cocaine is, or who buys it.

It's not cheap and is mostly taken by the sort of working people many of you clueless types would describe as perfect citizens.
Many of these comments prove beyond any doubt that most posters on here have no idea what cocaine is, or who buys it. It's not cheap and is mostly taken by the sort of working people many of you clueless types would describe as perfect citizens. BackOfTheNet
  • Score: -3

12:51pm Wed 11 Jun 14

grazzer says...

Mr.Beefy is prepared to bet £,1,000,000 l I would be interested to know how he managed to amass such a large sum of money
Mr.Beefy is prepared to bet £,1,000,000 l I would be interested to know how he managed to amass such a large sum of money grazzer
  • Score: 9

2:10pm Wed 11 Jun 14

crazybird says...

Mr 8eefy wrote:
Sometimes things happen in life, I can assure you Ashley did not make anything out out of this! So greed was not a motive! And now nearly 5 years of his life will be taken away! I'm not going into personal details on here, yes he did wrong, and intended to do wrong, but he really did not know what he was getting involved in! Not many people have caught HIV from having a line of cocaine!! So that just shows how stupid you really are! Also I bet you £1,000,000 that some one in your family has done it on more than one occasion! Husband, wife or son or daughter!! The paper makes out that the property in poundbury was a drug factory! It was not! I had stayed there the weekend before with my daughter as I lived away at the time! and also another friend lived there with Ashley! Both of us are working Men with children, we certainly would not have been frequenting a cocaine factory! Both of us feel very lucky not to have been there that night, it's ok to comment and make statements about someone you do not know, especially on an story in the local rag! Truth is there is a lot of people who will miss Ash, my 7 year old being one of them
Perhaps you should have given a character statement for him if you feel that strongly and his sentence may have been lighter. He should have thought about all of these things before he got in over his head. People rarely think about the consequences when starting out in something of this magnitude - they are driven by excitement and greed. Few people choose the path of these men compared with the amount of us that are struggling day to day, working for minimum wage and living hand to mouth. It's a choice - alot of us choose to try and earn an honest living and some choose to play with the big boys and deal in drugs and then have people moan about it when they get caught. I've got people in my family that have been involved in taking drugs and had to go through rehab and fortunately come out the other side and rebuild their life, also had someone killed through drugs. Again they made a poor choice. The people left are the ones who have the sentence and this is what makes these people even more selfish!
[quote][p][bold]Mr 8eefy[/bold] wrote: Sometimes things happen in life, I can assure you Ashley did not make anything out out of this! So greed was not a motive! And now nearly 5 years of his life will be taken away! I'm not going into personal details on here, yes he did wrong, and intended to do wrong, but he really did not know what he was getting involved in! Not many people have caught HIV from having a line of cocaine!! So that just shows how stupid you really are! Also I bet you £1,000,000 that some one in your family has done it on more than one occasion! Husband, wife or son or daughter!! The paper makes out that the property in poundbury was a drug factory! It was not! I had stayed there the weekend before with my daughter as I lived away at the time! and also another friend lived there with Ashley! Both of us are working Men with children, we certainly would not have been frequenting a cocaine factory! Both of us feel very lucky not to have been there that night, it's ok to comment and make statements about someone you do not know, especially on an story in the local rag! Truth is there is a lot of people who will miss Ash, my 7 year old being one of them[/p][/quote]Perhaps you should have given a character statement for him if you feel that strongly and his sentence may have been lighter. He should have thought about all of these things before he got in over his head. People rarely think about the consequences when starting out in something of this magnitude - they are driven by excitement and greed. Few people choose the path of these men compared with the amount of us that are struggling day to day, working for minimum wage and living hand to mouth. It's a choice - alot of us choose to try and earn an honest living and some choose to play with the big boys and deal in drugs and then have people moan about it when they get caught. I've got people in my family that have been involved in taking drugs and had to go through rehab and fortunately come out the other side and rebuild their life, also had someone killed through drugs. Again they made a poor choice. The people left are the ones who have the sentence and this is what makes these people even more selfish! crazybird
  • Score: 3

2:51pm Wed 11 Jun 14

arcade devil says...

So Saint Ashley made no money & greed wasn't his motive so why would you get involved in make drugs for pleasure!
As for company director that's laughable maybe if the idiot who pandered to him & gave him this job despite the fact he was a alcoholic had any idea about being a father he wouldn't of given anything to a man who was a fat lazy bone idle drunk who made the decision to take up a life of crime for easy money.
So Saint Ashley made no money & greed wasn't his motive so why would you get involved in make drugs for pleasure! As for company director that's laughable maybe if the idiot who pandered to him & gave him this job despite the fact he was a alcoholic had any idea about being a father he wouldn't of given anything to a man who was a fat lazy bone idle drunk who made the decision to take up a life of crime for easy money. arcade devil
  • Score: 6

3:32pm Wed 11 Jun 14

moeman says...

grazzer wrote:
Mr.Beefy is prepared to bet £,1,000,000 l I would be interested to know how he managed to amass such a large sum of money
LOL. Brilliant
[quote][p][bold]grazzer[/bold] wrote: Mr.Beefy is prepared to bet £,1,000,000 l I would be interested to know how he managed to amass such a large sum of money[/p][/quote]LOL. Brilliant moeman
  • Score: 5

4:06pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Sir Beachy Head says...

I've sent Guy a Facebook 'friend's request. As yet he's not responded. Maybe he's busy or has enough friend's already.
I've sent Guy a Facebook 'friend's request. As yet he's not responded. Maybe he's busy or has enough friend's already. Sir Beachy Head
  • Score: 10

8:25pm Wed 11 Jun 14

rubberbandman5 says...

I think he may be wondering around West Howe with a BB gun ?
I think he may be wondering around West Howe with a BB gun ? rubberbandman5
  • Score: 5

8:47pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Nice But Dim says...

Nice But Dim wrote:
I bet Mr Cosser can't wait for his day in Court. At least he is remanded in Custody, so will be there to hear his sentence.
Now this bloke has got a sense of humour - his Facebook is under Jaimes Cosser and shows his prison cell. Don't suppose he'll be quite as amusing after his sentencing in July
[quote][p][bold]Nice But Dim[/bold] wrote: I bet Mr Cosser can't wait for his day in Court. At least he is remanded in Custody, so will be there to hear his sentence.[/p][/quote]Now this bloke has got a sense of humour - his Facebook is under Jaimes Cosser and shows his prison cell. Don't suppose he'll be quite as amusing after his sentencing in July Nice But Dim
  • Score: 8

9:50pm Wed 11 Jun 14

talkalot says...

Nice to see you sticking up for Ashley Mr B ;)
Nice to see you sticking up for Ashley Mr B ;) talkalot
  • Score: -4

10:31am Thu 12 Jun 14

rozmister says...

BackOfTheNet wrote:
Many of these comments prove beyond any doubt that most posters on here have no idea what cocaine is, or who buys it.

It's not cheap and is mostly taken by the sort of working people many of you clueless types would describe as perfect citizens.
£40 a gram is hardly going to break the bank, especially if you have a stream of revenue from non-legitimate means (fraud, shoplifting, etc).
[quote][p][bold]BackOfTheNet[/bold] wrote: Many of these comments prove beyond any doubt that most posters on here have no idea what cocaine is, or who buys it. It's not cheap and is mostly taken by the sort of working people many of you clueless types would describe as perfect citizens.[/p][/quote]£40 a gram is hardly going to break the bank, especially if you have a stream of revenue from non-legitimate means (fraud, shoplifting, etc). rozmister
  • Score: 3

6:44pm Wed 25 Jun 14

NoOneCares1234 says...

Mr 8eefy wrote:
1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole!
So he's done all these good things and been such a lovely lad yet he's in jail right now?
Pretty sure that makes him a bit of an idiot, in fact I know he's an idiot and I also know he's a liar and has passed up every decent opportunity to do anything good with his life, he's an alcoholic waste of space and to be perfectly honest he is better off somewhere where he can't bother people with his stupidity!
It's his fault he's in this mess no one else's so there is no need for anyone to feel sorry for him ...Would people being saying there is two sides to every story if they sold cocaine to one of your sons or daughters and they ended up in hospital or worse?
No I don't think so ...
And you Mr 8eefy taking your 7 year old child round to someone you clearly stated yourself was an alcoholic and also involved in drugs makes you a pretty bad father as most people would probably agree
Maybe it's time to get some new friends!
[quote][p][bold]Mr 8eefy[/bold] wrote: 1 of these lads was my best friend for 14 years! The one that went guilty! He is a gem of a guy, him and his family put my up when I was suffering with PTSD, after a work accident and relationship breakdown! Looked after me and got me back on the right path! He was a young businessman and a company director! Came from a lovely background! He, whilst awaiting this trial, some 18 months, started to drink heavily, and changed as a person! I can assure you all that Ashley Smith, does know he has done wrong, he will do his time and he will come out the other side a model citizen! I can't comment on the rest, I don't know them at all, but I know for a fact, he did not have a drug problem and he did get caught up in something bigger than he ever thought possible! I know he feels he has let his family down no end and his dad, god rest his sole![/p][/quote]So he's done all these good things and been such a lovely lad yet he's in jail right now? Pretty sure that makes him a bit of an idiot, in fact I know he's an idiot and I also know he's a liar and has passed up every decent opportunity to do anything good with his life, he's an alcoholic waste of space and to be perfectly honest he is better off somewhere where he can't bother people with his stupidity! It's his fault he's in this mess no one else's so there is no need for anyone to feel sorry for him ...Would people being saying there is two sides to every story if they sold cocaine to one of your sons or daughters and they ended up in hospital or worse? No I don't think so ... And you Mr 8eefy taking your 7 year old child round to someone you clearly stated yourself was an alcoholic and also involved in drugs makes you a pretty bad father as most people would probably agree Maybe it's time to get some new friends! NoOneCares1234
  • Score: 2

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