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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

"Curtis Warren Must Win 'Confiscation Hearing' To Be Released In January" PMSL

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Curtis Warren faces another 10 YEARS behind bars over £118m court battle

Gangster's allies say he is penniless

Liverpool drugs baron Curtis Warren faces another TEN years behind bars – as authorities bid to claw back his alleged ill-gotten millions.
The 50-year-old  faces a  trial next week in Jersey  where he was jailed  in 2007 over a £1m cannabis smuggling plot.
Channel Island law enforcers say Warren has benefited to the tune of £118m from a global empire of drug trafficking that once saw him named as Interpol’s most wanted.
Sources close to the Toxteth-born gangster claim he is already penniless – describing as “myth” that his wealth is tied-up in vineyards, ski resorts, hotels and petrol stations across Europe.
If a judge decides the evidence supports the prosecution figure, Warren faces 10 years in default if he refuses or is unable to pay up the cash.
That would end his plans to take “early retirement” in Liverpool upon his release on licence from prison, which could be as soon as January.

Sources close to the former bouncer told the Echo: “In order to be released in January he has to win this confiscation hearing.
 “He has not admitted to having any money at all. The authorities will have to show he has made a lot of money from drugs and which money still exists.
 “If they find that there is any significant amount of money, then the sentence in default is 10 years.
 “And they don’t have to find £118m hidden away – in fact it’s far less.
 “The myth is that Warren has got multi-millions squirrelled away all over the world. The reality is that all they can point to is his previous offending.
 “Warren doesn’t see how they can say there is this £118m fortune – he has been in prison for pretty well 17 years.”
 The figure of £118m is said to be a “benefit” amount, the sum which has allegedly gone through Warren’s hands.
  Financial experts in Jersey have forensically examined the scheme to smuggle 500kgs of cocaine from Venezuela, an accusation which Warren’s barristers famously picked apart in a Newcastle court in 1993.
 Prosecutors will also argue that criminal cash from Warren’s £100m Dutch drugs shipment, a plot for which he was jailed for 12 years in The Hague in 1997, should be paid out.
 Widespread claims that Warren made as much as £300m from international drug running have never been proven.
 The drug baron’s barristers will point to an investigation by the Dutch authorities into his alleged fortune that found evidence of £6m crime profits that he still remains liable to repay.
The Dutch have already claimed four houses on Merseyside, an expensive watch and small amounts of cash in various bank accounts around Liverpool in Warren’s name in a bid to claw back the £6m.
The trial is scheduled to start on Monday at Jersey's Royal Court.


  1. Curtis Warren is no angel, but was convicted partly as a result of Police lying whilst under oath and breaking the law in France, (all go unpunished) he got 13 years!, there was no cannabis to produce as evidence, meanwhile, last week a guy gets only 8years for the biggest haul of cannabis ever seen in the Channel Islands.
    Thoste legal system in this Island is a fucking joke, administered by the most illiterate bunch of evil bastards on this fucking planet!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Curtis Warren is no angel, but was convicted partly because Police lied under oath, broke the law in, France and produced no evidence (all were unpunished), he got 13 years.
    Meanwhile, a guy got only 8 years for importing the biggest haul of cannabis ever seen in Jersey.
    The legal system in this Island is a fucking joke, administered by the most illiterate, evil bastards anywhere on this planet!!!

  3. Curtis Warren did not get a fair trial, that is clear. The UK and Jersey authorities do appear to have consistently rode roughshod over his human rights from start to finish and why? Because they think he has got something (MONEY) and they want to get their grubby little mitts on it!
    There seems to be no level that the authorities will not stoop to in the case of Curtis Warren.
    Threatening to imprison Curtis Warren for a further 10 years if he doesn't pay up money (he says he's not got) after he has been given and told his earliest release date could be January 2014 is, in my view extortion with the intention to emotionally and mentally abuse this man in the hope to break him down and this is quite simply not acceptable in modern Britain
    If Curtis Warren doesn't have the money then all as he can do next week is offer to pay
    back as much as he can afford each week/month like anybody else would have to do and hopefully the authorities will be reasonable and accept his offer.
    With all the circumstances of this very sorry affair considered, I fail to see how any honorable UK judge would consider it reasonable and/or necessary to keep this man in a expensive high security prison for any further amount of time if HE CAN'T PAY.
    I really do hope that Curtis Warren's luck changes next week and he gets a more "Reasonable" and "Honorable" judge next week at the hearing.
    All the best to Curtis Warren, next week.

  4. He would have gotten a better deal from the Mafia....

  5. How could he expect a fair trial in Jersey, the bastards who are putting him on trial are bigger criminals than he is, evil bunch of fucking corrupt morons, every one of the interbred wankers.

  6. The Warren story just took a really, really bizarre turn.

    Ian, this deserves a blog post all of its own. Once you've stopped laughing.

    I've got to ask....did you ever get the benefit of mushy mushy time with an attractive middle aged lady when you were in La Moye? Or were you just not on the right wing?