The banks wont get screwed on this one, a chara mhóir. It'll be poor gob$hites like us who'll have to foot the bill eventually.rockofcashel said:
I know my good friend.. it's just its nice to see them fret, even for a little whileJohnny said:
Tá fhios agam, a chara. I always think it's poetic justice to see someone stealing from a thief, though.rockofcashel said:I know my good friend.. it's just its nice to see them fret, even for a little whileJohnny said:
The guy is a crook, but maybe he is doing as reported. Seeking legal advice from a London law firm. I doubt he'd have gone to live in Fulham if he'd wanted to pull a runner.Kf said:
I don't think they can seek his extradition on this AFAIK. A criminal offence has not been committed, yet! Isn't this still a civil matter at this point.Dr Jimbo said:To tie in with another recurring theme: is this a good argument for introducing passport controls for travel to the UK?
How do the Schengen countries deal with fugitives who flee across state borders?