Friday, May 9, 2014

The Poor Bastard

A high flying crook is moaning about the 'pressures of home detention.'

Rippin was suffering from the inability to leave his house, and do things such as go to a swimming pool and have a coffee which would provide some relief from the pressures of home detention, Grove told the Court of Appeal.
Perhaps he should have thought about that before he attempted to steal $277k from his creditors.  That's what hiding assets from the assignee really is - stealing from creditors.

If he wants a change from his own home he can always ask the judge to send him to the slammer instead.  One always has choice.

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