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  1. The following is a short extract from a press release that featured on SCOOP yesterday regarding the trial of a debtor (Danny Williamson) who threatened bailiffs with knives and an imitation gun when they attended his property seeking payment of £1,100 for a fine relating to alleged traffic offences. From the report, it would seem that the debtor had claimed that he had not known of the debt. Bailiffs stated that they would be taking control of his vehicle. He was finally arrested at gunpoint by armed police. Judge Ian Graham handed Mr Williamson a 12 month prison sentence at Basildon Crown Court yesterday suspended for 18 months, and ordered him to pay £520 in court costs. Further details can be read here: http://www.basildonstandard.co.uk/news/14875264.Grandad_grabs_a_fake_gun_to_scare_away_two_bailiffs/ http://www.scoop.it/t/lacef-news
  2. I have a thread elsewhere about being backdoored with a CCJ by Rectums/Carboot which is progressing nicely. Once I realised I had been CCJed with a default judgement I went into fightback mode, went for a set-aside and Rectums have pulled out on me and Discontinued a case that at the moment they still have an active CCJ on. Wont be long before that resolves itself though. However, they are holding something of a smoking gun in that I know AND it looks like I can prove Carboots instructed their Rectum to issue paperwork knowingly to my previous address thus winning the Default Judgement. Im up for the fight on this one and have yet to find anybody else with the same level of proof I have got. So, how to proceed? Im thinking SAR Carboots and request the very piece of information they cannot deny they have (because I already have sight of it) and see what happens or is there another way? No point going to their trade body so who are they regulated by and will they bother to take any action. As for Rectums, their trainee solicitor (Grade D) needs the wind taking from her sails. Not sure whether there is anything I can do to her at the moment but the briefest of looks at their claim would have confirmed they were trying it on with a very Statute Barred debt and actually got a Judgement on it. Any avenues here worth pursuing? I want to put something together that really will get their attention but do I attack them or do I go elsewhere? How illegal is it to knowingly raise a case using the wrong address when it is a fact you have the correct address in your possession?
  3. The man known to millions of cable TV viewers as "Chumlee" on the reality show Pawn Stars was being held late Wednesday in a Las Vegas jail following his arrest on felony weapon and drug charges. http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/people/2016/03/10/chumlee-pawn-stars-arrested-gun-drug-charges/81572946/
  4. Barclays publishes "smoking gun" email that reveals conversation between the Deputy Governor of the Bank of England Paul Tucker and Bob Diamond over key bank lending rate. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/9371778/Barclays-scandal-Bob-Diamond-resigns-live.html
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