Carrying on from the previous post regarding how much The Mob have wasted of the taxpayer’s money, you have read how much the lawyers etc have received, now let’s have a look at how much it cost of mugs money to keep a person in prison.
I think we would all agree cost wouldn’t come into it for scumbags that burgled our homes, sell drugs to our children, rapists, murderers and paedophiles albeit some judges don’t send paedophiles to jail. It actually cost £40,000 pounds per year for a prisoner to be incarcerated so for the ex-chief constable Richard Brunstrom (the mad mullah) and his deputy Clive Wolfendale to settle their personal vendetta against myself, this is what it cost you the taxpayers to keep myself imprisoned for a total of two years and eight months plus my co-defendant who served a total of nine months, total prison time is three years and five months costing approximately £137,000 for a victimless crime.
Luxury one bed en-suite for £800 per week
Shown below are pictures of my luxury one bed self-sustained apartment, overlooking a beautiful concrete wall with barbed wire security providing excellence burglary deterrents, this spacious one bed comes with a reinforced glass window, a one-way lockable front door with on-site security personnel to keep you safe at night, this comes with quality stainless steel wash facility and toilet allowing you 1 shower per day and is decorated with loads of magnolia to the highest standards, also containing a 14 inch flat screen telly with 24-hour live music supplied by HMP Altcourse, one small mirror, one blue towel, toothbrush and toothpaste provided, its own blue duvet set, one picture board allowing you to put up pictures of your loved ones, one small travel kettle, a green dinner tray (plastic) and plastic cup with matching set of green plastic cutlery; condiments, deodorant, shampoo & soap etc you have to buy yourself.
HMP Altcourse are pleased to be able to offer this amazing deal for just £40,000 per year, includes breakfast, dinner & tea you’re guaranteed to lose weight.
Strictly no mobile phones or contraband, they are prohibited.
Above pictures of my cell 57 Foinavon Blue, HMP Altcourse, you would never find any dust on my floor, I had a bit of OCD, I wouldn’t even let anybody sit on my bed. Should anyone in England or Wales be sent to prison they are sent there to be rehabilitated and protected, you take it from me they are not, it is easier to buy drugs in jail than it is on the streets in any part of the country; criminals are selling drugs from jail, prisoners are organising people in the community to be beaten or shot, all from behind bars.
Members of the public don’t have a clue as to what’s going on inside our prisons and you wonder how the quantity of drugs and mobile phones are still getting into our prisons, you would laugh if I told you prison officers are bringing them in as well as people visiting their loved ones in prison. It’s difficult to get a mobile phone on contract as you have to be credit scored, in prison it’s easy to get one you just pay the money and you get a pay as you go standard phone, it’s about £50 – £100 for a lighter size phone, the posher prisoners they have iPhone’s they cost £500+.
Prisoners need the phones to carry on with their dodgy dealings and some prisoners like the iPhones, so they can watch the football and boxing through FaceTime live and also to speak to their partners at night when they are in bed and to make sure it’s the right bed lol, you can use your imagination as to what else they use their phones for!
Whilst I was incarcerated during 2016-2017 whilst held at HMP Altcourse being held on Foinavon Blue, one of the prison officers that used to unlock the doors of the morning was an officer called Paul Heap, I have not mentioned this before, the reason being I would not have liked to prejudice his case at Liverpool Crown Court, just think readers of the blog your son, brothers or fathers are put in prison and supposed to be in a place of safety, it is sad when officers are bringing drugs and mobile phones into the jail, just goes to show how easy it is to get caught up in this mess if you’re an inmate.
I believe Paul Heap committed these offences as prison officers are only paid a salary of between £17,000-£20,000 per year, you have between two and three officers per wing that are looking after 90 prisoners. It just doesn’t seem right £40,000 per year to house one inmate and the officer who looks after them receives less than £20,000 per year. There are inmates that I’ve stated that deserve to be there and there are some that shouldn’t even be there, take me for instance, there for a POCA, which is basically a fine, my fine was paid but they spent thousands of pounds to keep me there, all paid for by mugs money.
One of the inmates on my landing came into my cell and took these pictures with his iPhone and said when you’re out I will send you them, then you can put them on your blog, now here they are.
North Wales Police hope you’re happy with the public’s money you’ve wasted.
The story continues in a couple of days.
Please read the link below about prison officer Paul Heap
JFT96 – YNWA