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Kilburn Drugs Dealer Sues Police For Humiliating Him In Name And Shame Leaflet

by | 16th, February 2011

FOLLOWING news of Simon Cremer’s trials (and non trials), we meet drugs dealer Luke Walsh-Pinnock, 22, of Kilburn, London. Walsh-Pinnock says his human rights were abused when police added his name  to “name and shame” leaflets distributed in his area.

The cocaine and heroin dealer sentenced to four months chokey says he’s been “humiliated“. His parents says he’s been degraded. A family pal tells the Sun (and why is the source nameless?):

“Luke’s been humiliated in his local community, which is against his human rights. We’ll take this to court. He’s a good boy who is kind to his family.”

This sounds like a story designed to prick a response from readers. Does anyone sane think this will go to court..?



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