Originally Posted by voxsartoria
In your opinion as a tailor yourself (but I assume not a felon), would it still be possible to make a Â£30,000 Supreme Bespoke suit in jail, assuming the fabric and findings are smuggled in?
Supreme Bespoke is sewn entirely by hand. No sewing machine necessary.
As for the three years, it seems to me that the British would have done better to imprison Gordon Brown for three years, but that is another matter.
I don't know anything about British prisons and their rules, but maybe he will make one of those suits for the director of his prison, so he can legally obtain the necessary goods.
Since he is such a threat to society he won't be allowed to use his proper tailor shears. They'll give him one of the kid's paper scissors instead.
If that Ruger pistol is anything like the P1 pistol I fired on a shooting range when doing my military service he had more chances to kill somebody by throwing it. Which, of course would have limited the number of casualties.
Apparently he did not have any good lawyers among his customers in the UK.
I do hope and think he'll get out soon. I'm surprised he got such a long sentence in the first place.
And all this because his helper wasn't smart enough to put enough stamps on the parcel.
Can you get arrested for simply being stupid in the USA?