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Top UK judge arrested for flashing on a train

Old Jan 22nd 2007, 6:59 am
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Top judge arrested over train 'flasher' investigation

One of Britain's most senior judges has been arrested for allegedly
flashing at a woman on a train.

Lord Justice Richards, who sits in the Court of Appeal, was held on
Friday following a complaint from a female passenger that a man exposed
himself to her. It was said to have happened in the London area last
year.
Sir Stephen Richards, 56, a married father-of-three, denies the
allegation and was released on police bail. The judge, who lives in
Wimbledon, south-west London, was arrested by British Transport Police.
A police spokeswoman said: "On Friday we arrested a 56-year-old man in
connection with an investigation. He was released on police bail to
return to Ebury Bridge police station on March 2. As this investigation
is still ongoing it would be inappropriate to give further details."
Sir Stephen confirmed to the News of the World that he had been
arrested. He told the news-paper: "Yes, that is correct. I spoke to
police and gave them my full co-operation about an incident last
October which I deny. I have not been charged and have been bailed in
the usual manner."
He married his wife Lucy in 1976 and has two sons and a daughter. He
became a Lord Justice of Appeal in 2005.
22 January 2007
 
Old Jan 22nd 2007, 7:21 am
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michalnewport talking about morrow

<[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected] om...
> Top judge arrested over train 'flasher' investigation
>
> One of Britain's most senior judges has been arrested for allegedly
> flashing at a woman on a train.
>
> Lord Justice Richards, who sits in the Court of Appeal, was held on
> Friday following a complaint from a female passenger that a man exposed
> himself to her. It was said to have happened in the London area last
> year.
> Sir Stephen Richards, 56, a married father-of-three, denies the
> allegation and was released on police bail. The judge, who lives in
> Wimbledon, south-west London, was arrested by British Transport Police.
> A police spokeswoman said: "On Friday we arrested a 56-year-old man in
> connection with an investigation. He was released on police bail to
> return to Ebury Bridge police station on March 2. As this investigation
> is still ongoing it would be inappropriate to give further details."
> Sir Stephen confirmed to the News of the World that he had been
> arrested. He told the news-paper: "Yes, that is correct. I spoke to
> police and gave them my full co-operation about an incident last
> October which I deny. I have not been charged and have been bailed in
> the usual manner."
> He married his wife Lucy in 1976 and has two sons and a daughter. He
> became a Lord Justice of Appeal in 2005.
> 22 January 2007
>
 
Old Jan 22nd 2007, 7:25 am
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On 22 Jan 2007 11:59:52 -0800, [email protected] wrote:

>Top judge arrested over train 'flasher' investigation
>
>One of Britain's most senior judges has been arrested for allegedly
>flashing at a woman on a train.
>
>Lord Justice Richards, who sits in the Court of Appeal, was held on
>Friday following a complaint from a female passenger that a man exposed
>himself to her. It was said to have happened in the London area last
>year.
>Sir Stephen Richards, 56, a married father-of-three, denies the
>allegation and was released on police bail. The judge, who lives in
>Wimbledon, south-west London, was arrested by British Transport Police.
>A police spokeswoman said: "On Friday we arrested a 56-year-old man in
>connection with an investigation. He was released on police bail to
>return to Ebury Bridge police station on March 2. As this investigation
>is still ongoing it would be inappropriate to give further details."
>Sir Stephen confirmed to the News of the World that he had been
>arrested. He told the news-paper: "Yes, that is correct. I spoke to
>police and gave them my full co-operation about an incident last
>October which I deny. I have not been charged and have been bailed in
>the usual manner."
>He married his wife Lucy in 1976 and has two sons and a daughter. He
>became a Lord Justice of Appeal in 2005.
>22 January 2007


Runge did this some time ago, but the police told
him to put his acorn away.
 
Old Jan 22nd 2007, 9:07 am
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Runge
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Lol irwell now, then bob barnett the cheeseburgerman, once in a time they
pop out, then someone flushes and off they go.


"irwell" <[email protected]> a écrit dans le message de news:
[email protected]...
> On 22 Jan 2007 11:59:52 -0800, [email protected] wrote:
>
>>Top judge arrested over train 'flasher' investigation
>>
>>One of Britain's most senior judges has been arrested for allegedly
>>flashing at a woman on a train.
>>
>>Lord Justice Richards, who sits in the Court of Appeal, was held on
>>Friday following a complaint from a female passenger that a man exposed
>>himself to her. It was said to have happened in the London area last
>>year.
>>Sir Stephen Richards, 56, a married father-of-three, denies the
>>allegation and was released on police bail. The judge, who lives in
>>Wimbledon, south-west London, was arrested by British Transport Police.
>>A police spokeswoman said: "On Friday we arrested a 56-year-old man in
>>connection with an investigation. He was released on police bail to
>>return to Ebury Bridge police station on March 2. As this investigation
>>is still ongoing it would be inappropriate to give further details."
>>Sir Stephen confirmed to the News of the World that he had been
>>arrested. He told the news-paper: "Yes, that is correct. I spoke to
>>police and gave them my full co-operation about an incident last
>>October which I deny. I have not been charged and have been bailed in
>>the usual manner."
>>He married his wife Lucy in 1976 and has two sons and a daughter. He
>>became a Lord Justice of Appeal in 2005.
>>22 January 2007
>
>
> Runge did this some time ago, but the police told
> him to put his acorn away.
 
Old Jan 23rd 2007, 12:32 am
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waiting for the URL
 
Old Jan 23rd 2007, 7:48 am
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Get back to sleep old man
You haven't got much to do in your poor, empty life.

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> waiting for the URL
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