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Criminal Kovacevic sentenced for speeding

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Yet another scummy waste of space footballer thinks he is above the law that the rest of have to live within, and that his ridiculous pay give him the right to do as he pleases:

A footballer caught speeding at almost 100mph through a city centre has been ordered to carry out community service.

Dundee United defender Mihael Kovacevic was caught driving at 95mph in a 40mph zone on Dundee’s East Dock Street.

He claimed he had been confused over the speed limit – mistaking a 70mph sign on an adjacent railway line with the signs beside the road.

Clearly he is also delusional if he thinks anyone was ever going to swallow the rubbish he offered as an excuse.

Police found his Audi A8 4-2 Quattrohad been driven at a top speed of 95mph in a 40mph zone.

When he was stopped and told why the police wanted to speak to him he immediately said ‘I was just testing my car’ – so he thought they were mugs that should have been impressed by him too!

It’s a shame he was not sent to jail…

He was only ordered to carry out 100 community service, fined £700 and banned from driving for 14 months. So no key to be lost for his cell, and a fine that means nothing to his income.

They should take footballer’s cars and crush them – with no appeal.

And if they are leased or on payments, they should be be made to pay the lot at once, so the car is their property – and jailed if they don’t cmply.

BBC News – Dundee United defender Kovacevic sentenced for speeding

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March 21, 2011 at 8:30 pm

Court conned by fame connection?

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By all accounts, Andrew Tweedy is a reformed habitual drug user and convicted criminal.

Yet after emptying a pepper spray into the face of someone who appears to have been a stranger to him, he walked free from court with a 36-week suspended sentence.

How can anyone with a history of crime that should mean he is locked up and out of our way for years walk free after such a further combination of offences?
The court heard that Tweedy, who describes himself of the “black sheep” of his family, had been carrying the pepper spray to protect himself after he was attacked in the city.

Barrister Paul Caulfield said Tweedy – who has been convicted on 30 occasions for 82 separate offences since 1993 – was “very well known” in Newcastle, and suffered as a result of having a famous sister, pop star Cheryl Cole (who had nothing to say when asked to comment).

At an earlier hearing, Tweedy, 29, pleaded guilty to common assault and possession of a prohibited weapon, the pepper spray. He was given a suspended sentenced of 36 weeks in prison by the Recorder of Newcastle, Judge David Hodson, and will also have to pay his victim £250 compensation and carry out 100 hours of unpaid work.

Well, that’s going to persuade him from carrying on and committing further unprovoked attacks and offences, or taking drugs, isn’t it?

I wish I had a famous celebrity relative.

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May 15, 2009 at 9:14 am

Winehouse abandons comeback gig

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The world’s a slightly better place, as we read of sicko Amy Winhouse abandoning a so-called comeback gig at the St Lucia Jazz Festival – you have to wonder how much the organisers were paid in bribes to let that rubbish even be seen at their event, let alone assault people’s ears.

This vile creature had the cheek to blame the weather on its inability to stagger on and around the stage, and then made it worse by expressing disappointment.

The truth comes from the audience, where “fans” criticised its performance, and described attempts to sing as as “painful”.

To insult those at the festival further, the waste of skin forgot the words, and told the crowd “Sorry, I’m bored”.

A spokesman tried to rewrite history and hide this by later stating that rain flooded the stage, and that even though the performers tried to soldier on, the set had to be cut short.

Funny how the statement varies from what those that was there saw, as the waste mocked them by telling the crowd it was bored, and probably had to be pulled off the stage to stop it saying something even worse to them.

A quote from a local resident named only as Ben seem to have been distorted. While it has been published as “What a wasted talent”, it probably sounded more like “What a waster” when it was originally made.

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May 9, 2009 at 1:34 pm

Call 07752 726269

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CALL 07752 726269, go on, do it, you know you want to.

I’ve no idea who’s at the other end if you CALL 07752 726269, but they’re not very nice, and are harassing one of my neighbours, and she’s too frightened to do anything about it.

They leave little bits of paper with CALL 07752 726269 handwritten on them.

Nothing else, just CALL 07752 726269, with no reason or identification.

My friend doesn’t want to CALL 07752 726269 in case it’s some sort of acceptance of something obscene or similar.

She doesn’t want to CALL 07752 726269 because she scared of the cost if the call is answered by some machine that grabs her phone line and keeps charging it until she’s broke.

So go ahead, and CALL 07752 726269 on her behalf.

Or just CALL 07752 726269 because the little bits of paper left lying around in public ask you to.

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September 26, 2008 at 8:28 am

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Footballer on 120mph speed charge

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Reported by the BBC, it ooks like another filthy arrogant footballer has discovered that they might not be the exalted god that their ridiculous pay packet makes them think they are, and we’ll have to wait for a while to see if he can find someone to share his ill-gotten gains with, and see if he can get himself off these charges for putting us ordinary folk at risk.

Like all these dangerous, pig-headed wasters, there shouldn’t be any option of having the case continued, or of any other such right being accorded to them for this sort of behaviour, and it should be straight off to jail if the police present evidence – especially for 120 mph.

God knows how fast he was actually travelling, as it’s usual for a lesser speed to be quoted on the chrage, so they can’t pay their lawyer to claim they were travelling slower than the recorded speed and that the equipment and method were inaccurate in such a way as to influence the result – he was probably really doing closer to 130 or even 140 mph.

An Aberdeen footballer has appeared in court charged with driving dangerously at speeds of up to 120mph.

Lee Miller, of Perth, made no plea to the charge when he appeared at Stonehaven Sheriff Court.

It is alleged Mr Miller drove at speeds of up to 120mph in a 70mph zone on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road on 30 March.

It is also alleged he drove at up to 90mph in a 40mph zone. The case was continued until October.

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September 4, 2008 at 10:26 am

Violent footballer escapes more jail while still inside

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Some thug that plays football has been given a 4 month suspended jail sentence for assault. Coward Joey Barton repeatedly punched Ousmane Dabo while he was on the floor, and admitted assault occasioning actual bodily harm.

Barton punched former Manchester City colleague Ousmane Dabo up to five times, leaving him unconscious and covered in blood on the ground. He had claimed he acted in self-defence but changed his plea to guilty yesterday ahead of a scheduled trial in Manchester.  Witnesses were due to give evidence saying they saw Barton continue to punch his team-mate as he lay dazed on the ground. Barton’s a real brave guy to be around.

He’s currently inside for six months after carrying an attack while out on bail – does this guy know when to stop attacking people?

For this latest incident, which happened in May, he has also been ordered to carry out 200 hours community service and must pay £3,000 compensation to Dabo as well as footing the prosecution costs.

He’s a pretty good example of the wisdom of the “3 strikes and you’re out” campaign, and is the sort of vermin that we should be protected from. A loose cannon ready to go off at any time, and clearly not in control of himself. After the third time, he’s the type that should be locked up and have the key thrown away so we’re safe and police time isn’t being wasted.

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July 1, 2008 at 3:11 pm

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Evil bitch escapes jail

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The Aulgit choked over his corn flakes this morning, as he read the story of an evil bitch who was not jailed after jamming a glass into a man’s face three times.

Jenny Riding, 24, who is one of Scotland’s top female jockey’s and came second in the National Hunt amateur ladies championship (handy name she has for the business, wonder if its her own? ). might have lost control for a moment, and deserved the benefit of the doubt if she’d been provoked in some way, and unthinkingly struck out with the glass once.

However, that option should have been deleted when she decided that once was not enough, and while outside a pub in Crawford Street, Kelso, she rammed the glass into the man’s face for a second time.

And when she continued the attack by thrusting the glass into his for a third time, leaving him bruised and with a 3 cm wound requiring six stitches, the court should have locked her up without a second thought. That sort of attack is not a mistake, but a vicious and deliberate attempt to inflict serious pain and injury to the victim.

Instead, she trots out her trainers Peter Monteith and Dick Allan who said she was keen to get her life back on track and resume her promising career in the saddle.

I’ll bet she was!

Who wouldn’t rather play “little girl lost” and sit all miserable and doe-eyed in court, trump up some references from people with a vested interest in keeping her out of jail, and get a mere 200 hours of community services instead of a year inside for an attack that could have left someone permanently disfigure and blind for the rest of their life.

No wonder there’s violence on the street if this is best we can do when actually get our hands on one of the perpetrators – worse luck it happened to be one of the “horsey set” and was able to organise a “Get out of jail free card“.

And she has a history too, convicted of assaulting the man’s sister in 2002:

Jenny Riding, 24, of Allars Crescent, Hawick, struck Stewart McEwan three times in the face with the glass after he swore and called her a “smackhead”.

She admitted a charge of assault to severe injury outside the Red Lion pub in Kelso on 7 July last year.

Jedburgh Sheriff Court was told her career as a national hunt jockey was in the balance. Sentence was deferred. David Taylor, representing Riding, told Sheriff Ian Duguid that her future in the sport was in doubt. “She is a jockey – which is not a joke given her surname,” he said. “However, her future employment is pending the outcome of this case.”

The court was told Riding had a previous conviction from 2002 when she assaulted Mr McEwan’s sister by cutting her hair.

Juliet Petrusev, prosecuting, said that since then there had always been animosity between Riding and the McEwan family. She said that on the evening of the attack Mr McEwan had gone outside the pub and Riding shouted at him and told him he was a “dead man”. He had gone back inside but when he went out for a cigarette later she had started shouting and insulting him again.

“Mr McEwan swore back at her and shouted at her she was a smackhead,” said Ms Petrusev. “The accused had a glass in her hand which was either a tall spirit glass or a pint glass and she hit Mr McEwan on the face with the glass. He recoiled back and she struck him a further two times to the left hand side of the face.” The court heard that with the last strike the glass had broken, cutting Mr McEwan, and he had fallen to the ground. He required six stitches to a wound behind his left ear.

David Taylor, defending, said Riding had tried to apologise over the incident involving Mr McEwan’s sister but “those efforts had been rebuffed”. He pointed out both parties had been out drinking for some time and a significant amount of alcohol had been taken and both had been abusive.

Riding’s not guilty plea to a second charge of recklessly throwing a glass into the Red Lion and injuring a man was accepted by the Crown.

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June 28, 2008 at 3:29 pm

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