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Obama was elected in large part due to high turnout among African Americans, and I don’t believe they could, Robert Drechsel, crime against porn and that legendary vehicle I will be be putting a wheel lock on the @FakeDrivingSchl car from now on" Another person wrote: "This is terrible news – but imagine the police forensics team when they shine a UV light in the back" Hmm theyve got a point there Another person joked: "You guys had it cumming" Brazzers has got in on the hunt too retweeting the news and sharing the hashtag #FindFakeTaxi And getting your vehicle stolen is just one of countless problems that Fake Taxi owner JT has had to go through He recently talked us through some other occupational downsides that come with working in the adult film industry including: "At the end of a hard day on location and youre smelling like sex even though you didnt actually have any"Credit: YouPorn GuyAnother JT says is: "Being surrounded by grown men with cocks the size of King [Kong]s thumb masturbating to keep themselves hard while looking you in the eye and talking casually" Yeah can imagine thats a bit awkward that But JT has previously told us that while the job can be hard – and it really isnt as different from other lines of work as you might think – the rewards of working in the adult industry are worth it"I eat in fancier restaurants and drive faster cars thats for sure" he said "But joking aside the adult industry is no different from mainstream [industries] you just get to look at naked girls every day"I have seven kids and what its shown them (hopefully) is that you really need to work hard to succeed Loving your job helps too"Fingers crossed he gets his prized taxi back somehow Featured Image Credit: Fake Taxi/Twitter Topics: News Uk news World news Uk entertainmentThe Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project SERAP has revealed how 55 politicians high-level public officials and leaders allegedly stole N1 354tr between 2006 and 2013 from the nation’s treasury In a statement signed and forwarded to DAILY POST by Deputy Director of SERAP Timothy Adewale the group claimed that “The amount of money embezzled misappropriated or stolen by public officials and leaders between 2013 and 2017 has galloped beyond the contemplation of average Nigerians” The group said that “Evidence abound that Judges judicial officers lawyers and military officers are participants in the frenzy of despoliation of national wealth” SERAP made the revelation in a 112- page report launched on Wednesday at the CITI-HEIGHT Hotels Ikeja Lagos The report was entitled “Letting the Big Fish Swim: How Those Accused of High-Level Corruption are Getting away with their Crimes and Profiting from Nigeria’s Legacy of Impunity” The report presented to the media by Dr Esa Onoja Senior Lecturer of Law Litigation and Professional ethics at the Nigerian Law School Abuja Campus discloses that “While the main anti-corruption agencies secured more than 1500 non-high profile convictions between 2000-2017 they could only muster 10 high profile convictions between the periods “In the investigation prosecution and trial of high profile corruption cases in Nigeria justice is imprisoned by snares contrived by actors in the legal community in aid of looters” The report listed “high profile cases of corruption prosecuted by anti-corruption agencies between 2000 and 2017 as numbering 177 out of which 167 are pending Total convictions are just 10 Out of the 10 only 3 convictions were obtained after full trial while 7 convictions were based on plea bargaining Yet 1 of the 3 convictions based on Full trial was discharged by the Supreme Court while 3 of the 7 convicted were granted Presidential pardon” It added “Most corruption cases against high profile defendants witness delays tactics and tricks by defendants to truncate fair trial The cases depict the stark reality of a captive justice system at the mercy of high profile offenders and their platoon of defence counsel The negligible number of conviction of high profile defendants explains the probable calculus of offenders that the risk of apprehension and conviction is low” “Mr James Ngilari ex-Governor of Adamawa State was convicted through the effort of the Attorney General of Adamawa State Salisu Buhari was convicted of forgery under a plea arrangement in 1999 Salisu Buhari’s sentence was a slap on the wrist President Olusegun Obasanjo later granted him a pardon Tafa Balogun (former Inspector General of Police) Mrs Celicia Ibru (former CEO of Oceanic Bank) Lucky Igbinedion (former Governor) and Diepreye Alamieyeseigha (former Governor of Bayelsa State) all entered plea agreements with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission” “Alhaji Shettima Bulama (former CEO of Bank of the North) was convicted after trial The sentences in each of these cases did not reflect the gravity of the offences There is a sense that all the offenders including Tafa Balogun and Celilia Ibru who publicly returned large amounts of money were able to retain substantial proceeds of crime Diepreye Alamieyeseigha and Alhaji Shettima Bulama were granted Presidential pardon by President Goodluck Jonathan The outcome of conviction of the high profile offenders seems to be a clear signal that crime pays when you are high profile” “The record of proceedings from courts and law reports paint a vivid and irrefutable picture of the causes of truncation of prosecution of high profile in Nigeria The trajectory of cases through investigation to trial and appeals qualitatively reveals strong evidence of a nexus between weak institutional capacity on the one hand and attitudes of actors in the criminal justice sector that hamstring orderly and efficient collation and presentation of evidence in court which militates against impartial determination of corruption cases” “The sense of simmering undercurrent of commodification of justice and commercialized legal contortions and reasoning pervades investigation prosecution and trial of high profile corruption cases in Nigeria Justice stands in the dock this game of musical chairs presided by technical justice while high profile offenders gleefully sit in comfort with their loot fortified by the efficacy of a vast array of subterfuge and jiggery-pokery of their lawyers with seeming active and passive connivance of actors in the legal community” “The immunity clause has metamorphosed into a potent vehicle of corruption and ignoble conduct The immunity clause effectively foster corruption and has become a cloak of immunity to commit heinous crimes in our society For indeed there seems to be some sacred cows amongst the governors who hide behind the cloak of immunity to commit atrocities” “Suspicious decisions/rulings by courts in favour of high profile defendants in corruption cases abound Successful prosecution of high profile cases unduly suffer because of the tendency of courts to favour legalism and technical construction of criminal and procedural legislations instead of real justice High profile corruption defendants have conveniently latched on to claims of alleged breach of fundamental right to prevent investigation prosecution and orderly conduct of cases by courts Instances of sly and twisted claims of breach of fundamental rights by high profile defendants against anti-corruption agencies abound and are readily available from law reports” “The problem with administration of criminal justice Nigeria is not the absence of laws or institutions but the will of actors within and outside criminal justice institutions to put aside their personal or group interests and apply the law That is the main reason for the low level of conviction of high profile corruption defendants in Nigeria However no institution is perfect Periodic reform is beneficial because it ensures that laws and institutions keep up with the times” “The National Assembly should amend provisions in anti-corruption legislations criminal justice legislations and the Evidence Act that enables defendants to prolong trials or that are disadvantageous to efficient presentation of cases in court The Executive should avoid interference with the work of anti-corruption agencies Money appropriated in budgets should be released as and when due” “Anti-corruption agencies should weed out compromised officials These agencies should also demonstrate that they are truly independent Training and re-training of investigators and prosecutors should be a priority There should be less dependence on personnel from other agencies The Nigerian Bar Association should establish a monitoring mechanism to check abuse of court process by legal practitioners The Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee should be empowered to discipline even the sacred cows” The report launch was chaired by Oladayo Olaide Deputy Director Macarthur Foundation It also had in attendance human rights lawyer Femi Falana SAN; Barrister Babatunde Ogala; Mrs Juliet Ibekaku- Special Assistant to the President on anti-corruption and Coordinator of the Open Partnership Government; Chinedu Nwagu Trust Africa; Mr Joy Esezebor Ford Foundation; David Ukagwu Head DFID South-West Regional Coordinator; Wahab Shittu; former NBA Chairman Lagos Mr Martin Ogunleye; Miss Jennifer Ogbechi representing Mrs Mariam Uwais; Mr Collins Okeke representing DrOlisa Agbakoba; the media civil society groups and representatives of anti-corruption agencies The original Fake Taxi that started it all has been stolen. seven notable business leaders – including Sir Donald MacKay,Other news More info:?

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