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  1. The following story appeared on SCOOP this morning. It would seem that the debtor; Christopher Elliott had an unpaid court fine and a bailiff attended his property late last year with two police officers. The debtor paid by cash and was heard to comment that he considered that the bailiff had acted 'unlawfully' and that he (the bailiff) would 'lose his job'. The news article states that after the bailiff left the property, Mr Elliott chased the bailiff in his car and 'shunted' the bailiff's vehicle causing damage of £250. There is further detail in the link below. Judge Peter Kelson yesterday jailed the debtor for a period of 9 months. http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/11426193.Bailiff_rage_driver_jailed_for_nine_months_for_dangerous_pursuit/
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