The director of Close Protection UK — the company responsible for the Jubilee stewards fiasco — received a twelve months suspended sentence for perverting the course of justice. The conviction relates to a family dispute which resulted in a man in coma.
Molly Prince made the admission in a chapter she wrote for a book titled Bouncers and Bodyguards: Tales From A Twilight World, which bills itself as “a collection of astonishing true stories…from some of Britain’s most notorious figures“. In her chapter, From Landlord to Trainer of Bodyguards, she says:
“I copped a plea of perverting the course of justice and was given a 12-month suspended sentence”
Prince was initially arrested on suspicion of GBH, and writes of the victim:
“I believe he never fully recovered”
Later on, talking about her move from being a licensee to getting into training, Prince tells of her experience attending a financial management course, and how it led to her decision to found the Learning Development Centre:
“[the trainers] earned approximately £3,500 for three days work, whereas I was still working ninety or so hours a week in a friggin’ pub for a fraction of that. There and then I decided that training was the business to be in.”
What on earth is this woman doing with Olympics contracts?
4 thoughts on “Jubilee and Olympic stewards boss ‘convicted for perverting the course of justice’ in case relating to coma man left permanently disabled”
and so it goes those who rule and us that do fetch and carry we no get any benefit if we dont and thats why its the biggest crooks and liars in charge jeff3
sentence should NOT have been suspended but increased, but of course as we know one rule for them and a quite different one for us
In bed with ‘ call me Dave’…..surely not !