Freight DogsFinally a forum for those midnight prowler types who utilise the unglamorous parts of airports that many of us never get to see. Freight Dogs is for pilots and crew who operate mostly without SLF.
I know nothing of this case but I do know a crown court preliminary hearing is the first appearance before the higher court. Its usually brief, relatively informal - some judges don't wear their gowns and wigs - and a timetable for progression is normally set. Have known some prelim hearings to go further, even as far as sentencing, but not often. As I said know nothing of this case
This guy deserves a longer sentence than he got judging by that bbc news article. Does anyone know what prison he is spending all his time at these days? Was just going to give him a wave if I ever drive past it
He may as well have been let off. If he's spending time with like minded paedos, then it would have been far worse punishment to be released and let the general public deal with him. Wonder what will happen to his house now? Squatters?? Hope not, let's hope his family put it on the market as I don't want him back here after release either.
What a waste his life though. It's even in the daily mail online. Huge article makes interesting reading. I didn't make it to court as had my grandson to look after but did anyone else make it?
Reading the article i am stunned as to the extent of his disgusting life. I think some of the shock is because i had known Seville since i joined AGL a good number of years ago, and thought he was abit wierd, but harmless. Obviously i could not be more wrong!
I'm am totally shocked, it seems that Seville was nothing more than a disgusting child obsessed pedophile.
It looks like though that may well not be the end of the story judging by his appearance at Manchester Crown Court. Hope it doubles the sentence.
I was told that investigation into other matters accidentally discovered the sex offences, this appers to be the case as the HMRC seem to have taken posesion of his house.
I would take a guess that the VAT people are just happy to get their money and see little point in futher action as he is already in prison.
For those who think that three years and four months is a light sentence, yu might change your opinion if you got a look inside prison ( I have but. Not as an inmate!). His real sentence starts when he gets out as he won't be able to get an airline job because of the requirements for an airside pass.
So on just over two and a half years ( if he is a good boy) he gets out to find no house, no job & no prospects............
In the court in Preston, the Judge made reference to with a guilty plea being submitted, there was no need for a second hearing in Manchester even though some offences were committed while Seville was on bail from Greater Manchester Police. Therefore the Judge could pass sentence for both courts.
I didn't know if the Manchester hearing was for bankruptcy, non payment of VAT, ie something completely different.
As for his sentence only beginning once he's released, yes it will make his life hell leaving his friends & circle of like-minded individuals on F-Wing swapping DVD's, playing on their X Boxes & Playstations, watching their TV's, swapping fantasies & stories. But silly me, I thought the whole concept of incarceration was to be a deterrent NOT a Butlins for Nonces!!
In fact in all likelihood he would be able to get an air-side pass. There are quite a few pilots with criminal records of one sort or another who have them. I know one personally and know through an HR friend that there are quite a few others. I believe the screening is mainly aimed at those individuals who would be a risk to airport security. I do hope he finds himself a nice job when he gets out. Bin-man maybe. I'd hate to think of the poor boy on the dole - taking my money.
Well Well. Some thoroughly nasty comments from some righteous observers voicing opinions that they would hope never be levelled against themselves. We are all absolutely without blame in thought and deed in every respect nes pas. Agreed, very sad, and awful for the people involved and ...now dealt with. So perhaps a few moments to ponder on just what makes people do these things and what we can do to reduce the rate of offending. Is it by Nature or by Nurture. Who is to blame ? Wrong genes or wrong conditions. Will we see things change in the UK. What is normal behaviour to an Arabian gentleman is not normal to a Yorkshireman. These things happen, they are not limited by education class or wealth. We must do more to understand and then treat. Look at the frightened stares on the faces of the goats in arabia. Why why why.