Paedophile on the run after bolting from court

Paedophile on the run after bolting from court

Paedophile on the run after bolting from court

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A paedophile walked out of court where he was prosecuted for inciting a girl under the age of 16 to engage in sexual activity.

James Dunham, 34, pleaded guilty to the charge on January 9 but after being released on bail to discuss the case with his solicitor in the Lewes Crown Court building, he escaped and has not been seen since.

The offence happened in Heathfield in January 2012 and involved a teenage girl who knew him.

Dunham, a landscape gardener whose last known address was in Albert Parade, Eastbourne, is described as white, 5' 10", of medium build, with green eyes and short brown hair.

He also has links to the Uckfield area.

A Sussex Police spokesman said: "There is nothing to suggest Dunham is a risk to the general public but we need to track him down so he can face justice.

"If you know where he is or have any information about where he could be, please contact us."

Anyone who sees Dunham, or knows where he may be, should call 101 quoting serial 329 of 4/12, email 101@sussex.pnn.police.uk or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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6:00pm Fri 16 May 14

Mr chock says...

ohh i am keeping the kids in until his been re caught " wot a despicable man to escape from court on his public day in court ..
ohh i am keeping the kids in until his been re caught " wot a despicable man to escape from court on his public day in court .. Mr chock
  • Score: -6

6:45pm Fri 16 May 14

firemanste says...

nonce and hope he gets ten years instead of probation
nonce and hope he gets ten years instead of probation firemanste
  • Score: 10

7:45pm Fri 16 May 14

Roundbill says...

I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper?
I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper? Roundbill
  • Score: 6

9:49pm Fri 16 May 14

jioker says...

its so unbelievable they let him on bail good old justice system again.how much will it cost taxpayers to find him.A Sussex Police spokesman said: "There is nothing to suggest Dunham is a risk to the general public but we need to track him down so he can face justice. REALLY SUSSEX POLICE.
its so unbelievable they let him on bail good old justice system again.how much will it cost taxpayers to find him.A Sussex Police spokesman said: "There is nothing to suggest Dunham is a risk to the general public but we need to track him down so he can face justice. REALLY SUSSEX POLICE. jioker
  • Score: 4

9:53pm Fri 16 May 14

jioker says...

SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL. jioker
  • Score: -19

9:55pm Fri 16 May 14

Mr chock says...

Roundbill wrote:
I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper?
no the offence happened back then.. his come to court NOW and has "run away...ohhhh i have looked on the web for other articles on him and the photo is on about 3 other news sites "he will be caught ~ beaten up or found dead somewhere soon lets hope soon they remove the vote for people in jail he looks like he might have voted for BNP .. ?
[quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper?[/p][/quote]no the offence happened back then.. his come to court NOW and has "run away...ohhhh i have looked on the web for other articles on him and the photo is on about 3 other news sites "he will be caught ~ beaten up or found dead somewhere soon lets hope soon they remove the vote for people in jail he looks like he might have voted for BNP .. ? Mr chock
  • Score: -5

11:23pm Fri 16 May 14

NathanAdler says...

I hope he gets face cancer.
I hope he gets face cancer. NathanAdler
  • Score: -4

10:17am Sat 17 May 14

theargusissoinformative says...

jioker wrote:
SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time.

However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.
[quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.[/p][/quote]1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 4

10:34am Sat 17 May 14

jioker says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
jioker wrote:
SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time.

However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.
glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.[/p][/quote]1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.[/p][/quote]glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question. jioker
  • Score: 3

10:52am Sat 17 May 14

jioker says...

jioker wrote:
theargusissoinformat

ive
wrote:
jioker wrote:
SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time.

However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.
glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.
from personal experience do not know facts.
[quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.[/p][/quote]1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.[/p][/quote]glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.[/p][/quote]from personal experience do not know facts. jioker
  • Score: -11

11:27am Sat 17 May 14

theargusissoinformative says...

jioker wrote:
jioker wrote:
theargusissoinformat ive wrote:
jioker wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.
glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.
from personal experience do not know facts.
I must lead a sheltered life, but false allegations, paedophiles and road safety are three separate issues which should be picked over accordingly, until comparisons become apparent, unless you think that there's something systemically different with which these three issues are handled by the authorities.

I feel sorry for your friend, but if I were in his shoes, then I might be interested in pursuing the lady in question with a civil action. I know that it might only be the solicitors that win, but everyone that knows me knows that this how I'd approach things, and seem to back off. I've lost count of the number of people that I've unintentionally intimidated with recorded delivery letters and emails etc.
[quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.[/p][/quote]1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.[/p][/quote]glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.[/p][/quote]from personal experience do not know facts.[/p][/quote]I must lead a sheltered life, but false allegations, paedophiles and road safety are three separate issues which should be picked over accordingly, until comparisons become apparent, unless you think that there's something systemically different with which these three issues are handled by the authorities. I feel sorry for your friend, but if I were in his shoes, then I might be interested in pursuing the lady in question with a civil action. I know that it might only be the solicitors that win, but everyone that knows me knows that this how I'd approach things, and seem to back off. I've lost count of the number of people that I've unintentionally intimidated with recorded delivery letters and emails etc. theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 3

2:34pm Sat 17 May 14

jioker says...

theargusissoinformat
ive
wrote:
jioker wrote:
jioker wrote:
theargusissoinformat ive wrote:
jioker wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.
1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.
glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.
from personal experience do not know facts.
I must lead a sheltered life, but false allegations, paedophiles and road safety are three separate issues which should be picked over accordingly, until comparisons become apparent, unless you think that there's something systemically different with which these three issues are handled by the authorities.

I feel sorry for your friend, but if I were in his shoes, then I might be interested in pursuing the lady in question with a civil action. I know that it might only be the solicitors that win, but everyone that knows me knows that this how I'd approach things, and seem to back off. I've lost count of the number of people that I've unintentionally intimidated with recorded delivery letters and emails etc.
no point in pursuing like you say solicitors are the only ones who gain.just saying i spoke to CID when investigating and even they agreed some crimes are so blatantly false when other issues need more attention like letting someone like that back onto the streets.
[quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]theargusissoinformat ive[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jioker[/bold] wrote: SUSSEX POLICE SHOULD CONCENTRATE ON REAL CRIMES INSTEAD OF MOBILE SPEED CAMERAS EVERYWHERE WHICH IS GOOD BUT TO EASY FOR THEM SITTING THERE GETTING FAT, AND FALSE ALLEGATIONS AND RUINING PEOPLES LIVES .GET A BLOODY GRIP.MAKES ME BLOOD BOIL.[/p][/quote]1,700 people still needlessly die on the roads each year. It is some of the general public who have succeeded in intimidating the authorities into not doing a better job with average speed cameras, tracking devices and the like. I've contacted my MP about this. According to Anne Robinson on Watchdog, it would seem to be a consumer issue for which we should all be paying a premium (EuroNAP five star rated Audis anyone?). Then there is the distant possibility of driverless cars being used to increase road capacity and improve safety at the same time. However, I don't have any knowledge or experience of sex crimes with which to readily compare with road safety, but if you have practical knowledge of such details, perhaps you would be good enough to share them with us.[/p][/quote]glad to.if you read my post before posting,i said its good we have speed cameras,being a driver for 28 years and only ever been fined for speeding once tells me if everyone was like that there would be fewer deaths.on the subject of false allegations a family member who recently split up with his girlfriend,she decided to make false allegations against him and put my family through 6 months of hell.incidently all charges dropped and she got away scot free.costing taxpayers thousands and on top of that i know other people who have gone through similar problems.hope that answers your question.[/p][/quote]from personal experience do not know facts.[/p][/quote]I must lead a sheltered life, but false allegations, paedophiles and road safety are three separate issues which should be picked over accordingly, until comparisons become apparent, unless you think that there's something systemically different with which these three issues are handled by the authorities. I feel sorry for your friend, but if I were in his shoes, then I might be interested in pursuing the lady in question with a civil action. I know that it might only be the solicitors that win, but everyone that knows me knows that this how I'd approach things, and seem to back off. I've lost count of the number of people that I've unintentionally intimidated with recorded delivery letters and emails etc.[/p][/quote]no point in pursuing like you say solicitors are the only ones who gain.just saying i spoke to CID when investigating and even they agreed some crimes are so blatantly false when other issues need more attention like letting someone like that back onto the streets. jioker
  • Score: 1

7:31pm Sat 17 May 14

KarenT says...

Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning. KarenT
  • Score: -2

12:33am Sun 18 May 14

Mr chock says...

KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co
.uk/news/uk-news/gum
tree-sexual-assault-
claim-brighton-29955
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[quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03 Mr chock
  • Score: -4

1:08pm Sun 18 May 14

JoeBlow says...

Mr chock wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co

.uk/news/uk-news/gum

tree-sexual-assault-

claim-brighton-29955

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You spell like you might have voted for the BNP...
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03[/p][/quote]You spell like you might have voted for the BNP... JoeBlow
  • Score: 0

9:19am Mon 19 May 14

ZeeGee, ffs says...

Let's hope he's caught asap.

Some police forces refuse to issue pictures like this on the grounds that it infringes the suspects' human rights.....
Let's hope he's caught asap. Some police forces refuse to issue pictures like this on the grounds that it infringes the suspects' human rights..... ZeeGee, ffs
  • Score: 0

9:27am Mon 19 May 14

derekhunt says...

ZeeGee, ffs wrote:
Let's hope he's caught asap.

Some police forces refuse to issue pictures like this on the grounds that it infringes the suspects' human rights.....
He's clearly not human so there's no problem
[quote][p][bold]ZeeGee, ffs[/bold] wrote: Let's hope he's caught asap. Some police forces refuse to issue pictures like this on the grounds that it infringes the suspects' human rights.....[/p][/quote]He's clearly not human so there's no problem derekhunt
  • Score: 1

10:21am Mon 19 May 14

BeeJam says...

Mr chock wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co

.uk/news/uk-news/gum

tree-sexual-assault-

claim-brighton-29955

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Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03[/p][/quote]Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name BeeJam
  • Score: 3

1:40pm Mon 19 May 14

cookie_brighton says...

Mr chock wrote:
Roundbill wrote:
I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper?
no the offence happened back then.. his come to court NOW and has "run away...ohhhh i have looked on the web for other articles on him and the photo is on about 3 other news sites "he will be caught ~ beaten up or found dead somewhere soon lets hope soon they remove the vote for people in jail he looks like he might have voted for BNP .. ?
Mr C-ock.........take your medication, then return after 5 hours...when it has kicked in.
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Roundbill[/bold] wrote: I'm glad this scumbag/s picture is being flashed around teh webternetz, but why now, when he absconded on or around January 9th? Is he a known sun-worshipper?[/p][/quote]no the offence happened back then.. his come to court NOW and has "run away...ohhhh i have looked on the web for other articles on him and the photo is on about 3 other news sites "he will be caught ~ beaten up or found dead somewhere soon lets hope soon they remove the vote for people in jail he looks like he might have voted for BNP .. ?[/p][/quote]Mr C-ock.........take your medication, then return after 5 hours...when it has kicked in. cookie_brighton
  • Score: 1

1:42pm Mon 19 May 14

cookie_brighton says...

BeeJam wrote:
Mr chock wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co


.uk/news/uk-news/gum


tree-sexual-assault-


claim-brighton-29955


03
Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name
lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock
[quote][p][bold]BeeJam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03[/p][/quote]Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name[/p][/quote]lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock cookie_brighton
  • Score: 3

3:25pm Mon 19 May 14

Mr chock says...

cookie_brighton wrote:
BeeJam wrote:
Mr chock wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co



.uk/news/uk-news/gum



tree-sexual-assault-



claim-brighton-29955



03
Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name
lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock
ohh sticks and stones .. " name calling ... boo hoo" i wonder if the Argus is removing my comments due to you to fun internet comments atributirers . i am still not voting GREEN that caroline lucas could not deal with a striking refuse collectors dispute .. ..NO courage to get in contract workers to clear up the citys mess it made the national news to Brighton the laughing stock of europe http://www.theguardi
an.com/politics/2011
/aug/29/green-party-
100-days-brighton
Ohh meat free mondays who is going to vote for that ?
[quote][p][bold]cookie_brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeeJam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03[/p][/quote]Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name[/p][/quote]lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock[/p][/quote]ohh sticks and stones .. " name calling ... boo hoo" i wonder if the Argus is removing my comments due to you to fun internet comments atributirers . i am still not voting GREEN that caroline lucas could not deal with a striking refuse collectors dispute .. ..NO courage to get in contract workers to clear up the citys mess it made the national news to Brighton the laughing stock of europe http://www.theguardi an.com/politics/2011 /aug/29/green-party- 100-days-brighton Ohh meat free mondays who is going to vote for that ? Mr chock
  • Score: -2

1:00pm Tue 20 May 14

Wide Bertha says...

Mr chock wrote:
cookie_brighton wrote:
BeeJam wrote:
Mr chock wrote:
KarenT wrote:
Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.
if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo
for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ?
http://www.mirror.co




.uk/news/uk-news/gum




tree-sexual-assault-




claim-brighton-29955




03
Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name
lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock
ohh sticks and stones .. " name calling ... boo hoo" i wonder if the Argus is removing my comments due to you to fun internet comments atributirers . i am still not voting GREEN that caroline lucas could not deal with a striking refuse collectors dispute .. ..NO courage to get in contract workers to clear up the citys mess it made the national news to Brighton the laughing stock of europe http://www.theguardi

an.com/politics/2011

/aug/29/green-party-

100-days-brighton
Ohh meat free mondays who is going to vote for that ?
they are probably removing them on the grounds of illiteracy....
[quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cookie_brighton[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BeeJam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mr chock[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]KarenT[/bold] wrote: Yikes - it looks like its brain fell out at some point, and is probably just surviving on oxygen and algae. He would be useful if you had an aquarium that needing cleaning.[/p][/quote]if they catch him all will be ok but at the moment its a worry where he is and what his doing thank goodness they have such a clear photo for more info his luring girls from gumtree adds ? http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/gum tree-sexual-assault- claim-brighton-29955 03[/p][/quote]Mr Chock, you have an extra 'h' in your name[/p][/quote]lol....i pointed tghat out last week.....i refer to him as his proper name......Mr C-ock[/p][/quote]ohh sticks and stones .. " name calling ... boo hoo" i wonder if the Argus is removing my comments due to you to fun internet comments atributirers . i am still not voting GREEN that caroline lucas could not deal with a striking refuse collectors dispute .. ..NO courage to get in contract workers to clear up the citys mess it made the national news to Brighton the laughing stock of europe http://www.theguardi an.com/politics/2011 /aug/29/green-party- 100-days-brighton Ohh meat free mondays who is going to vote for that ?[/p][/quote]they are probably removing them on the grounds of illiteracy.... Wide Bertha
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