Monday, April 27, 2015

Grad school with bars on the windows

The Brits enable quantitative easing;
A CONVICTED counterfeiter in the UK was sent on a design and print course at the taxpayers’ expense while he was in jail, it has emerged.

The fraudster was serving a two year sentence at Lindholme prison near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, when he was allowed to take part in a course to improve his publishing skills.

Police believe the persistent offender, Charles Kanyimo, a 40-year-old Zimbabwean national, used tricks learned in the prison classroom to improve his cheque counterfeiting operation after being released in 2010.
And ended up back in prison for counterfeiting.

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