February 14th, 2011

This man is a DRUG DEALER

Posted in The Job - General by 200

His name is Luke Walsh-Pinnock – such a posh name for a common druggie – and he is currently serving four years for dealing Class A drugs, heroin & cocaine, after police raided his flat & caught him in the act of cutting up half a kilo heroin. A safe in his flat was found to contain more heroin and cocaine.

He is trying to sue the Met Police for a breach of his human rights, after they notified his neighbours that he had been locked up for drug dealing. The met printed 1,500 leaflets & distributed them to the area of Kilbrun, West London, where Walsh-Pillock lived. The notice said “Individuals dealing drugs will be arrested and prosecuted, the above (Walsh-Pinnock) is a prime example of police intention.”

A friend of his mother is quoted as saying: “Luke’s been humiliated in his local community, which is against his human rights. We’ll take this to court. He’s a good boy who is kind to his family.” A bit like saying Hitler was kind because he stroked his dog.

Chief Superintendent Matthew Gardner said: “We constantly target offenders and put them before the courts but often local people don’t know what has been done. It is important that they are aware when criminals are put away and will no longer be blighting their communities.”

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  1. jaded says:

    He will succeed in his legal battle, scum always do.
    When he gets out he will be a local celebrity and his customer base will increase.

    February 15th, 2011 at 08:33

  2. TunaSunrise says:

    It’s a sad state of affairs when a man can get a reputation as a drug dealer in his own community, just for dealing drugs. I bet he never saw that coming.

    In a cruel twist of fate, there’s a lad in his street who’s got a reputation for being a good boy who is kind to his family, and he’s never handled drugs in his life!

    February 15th, 2011 at 09:05

  3. Ex-Peeler says:

    It seems acceptable for local papers to name and shame those convicted in the courts.

    Surely, the Police could contribute to a column in the local papers with full details of names, addresses and conviction details of all mthose who have been sent down that week. After all, the Public have a right to know….not informing the Public may be an abuse of their Human Rights!

    February 15th, 2011 at 09:59

  4. Plodnomore says:

    His name and offences will already be in the public domain as they would have been listed in whichever court he appeared at as well as in any branch of the media. Any accusation of breach of human rights is a non-starter though will no doubt still cost us a shed load of money as it will all be done on legal aid.

    February 15th, 2011 at 11:42

  5. Tony Durham says:

    If this piece of pond life wins his claim then God help us – yet again shyster lowlife lawyers trying to make more money for representing scum !

    February 15th, 2011 at 15:57

  6. Tony F says:

    I would cheerfully hang him.

    February 15th, 2011 at 17:48

  7. Paul United Kingdom says:

    This case has no chance, may I take to referring you to a case which went to the court of appeal. In that case the person involved brought his case was included on an enhanced CRB report even though the police found he had not committed the crime.He still lost. How will the person bringing the case have a chance when he has been convicted.


    February 15th, 2011 at 18:37

  8. Hogday says:

    Do they use the same publicity tactics for convicted paedophiles?

    February 16th, 2011 at 10:21

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