Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Labour Candidate Gaoled on Six Charges of Financial Fraud

A Labour election candidate has just been gaoled for six charges of financial fraud  - and the Party has not even ejected her. She has only been suspended. 
Charmaine Bowers has been convicted for a fiddle that involved sums of £100,000. Her sentence was two years and three months.
She seems to be keeping up the great tradition of Peter Mandelson and all the other slippery Labour characters.
So beware of voting for a party of crooks.

Meanwhile all over the country, Labour activists are vandalising the premises of their election rivals and resorting to such tactics as pulling down their posters, or putting excrement and urine through their letter-boxes.
Elaborate hoaxes are also being practised to discredit opponents. Be warned. 

A Labour candidate for a Gainsborough North seat in the West Lindsey District Council elections on Thursday has been jailed for two years and three months - for a £100,000 festival ticket fraud.
Aspiring model Charmaine Bowers was listed by the Gainsborough-based authority as an official Labour candidate, with an address on Lock Row in Torksey, between Lincoln and the town.
But the 23-year-old, described as a 'female Walter Mitty' in court, has been jailed on six counts of fraud.
A Labour party national spokesman has confirmed she has now been officially suspended by the party.

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