Oh, a little robbery, eh? That's all? Why, let him stay!
He told the newspaper: 'I feel like I am being punished twice for a mistake I made years ago.'
'A mistake'..? You committed robbery! You didn't forget to put petrol in your car instead of diesel!
'I take responsibility for my actions but, at the end of the day, I’ve served my time, have never reoffended and I’m not a threat to society.'
You're not an asset to it either.
Mr Aristotles wrote a letter to the Home Office blaming institutional racism for his treatment.
When an Upper Tribunal judge ruled his status should be downgraded the court said his mention of racism 'undermined any suggestions at the appellant had come to terms with his offending'.
Yes! More of this, please!