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Monday, 18 June 2007


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Lord Justice Richards may now also face perjury charges

London - (Ass Mess): Just days after being let off the hook in court for a series of penis exposures on a packed London commuter train Judge Sir Stephen Richards faces two more accusers who say he exposed himself to them and that they videoed the whole sordid experience on their mobile phones.

Court of Appeal judge Lord Justice Richards had praised the 'immensely sensible' not guilty verdict that got him off a minimum of two years in the slammer last week and told the media how regrettable 'these cases of mistaken identity' can be to a poor innocent chap as himself.

Today British Transport Police are examining video evidence and photos taken by two women who followed their sex pest all the way from the station to the Royal Courts of Justice after his protruding manhood was shoved at their thights on the 8.15am from Raynham Park one busy rash hour morning.

If the evidence is compelling enough Richards faces a lengthy trial and heavier custodial sentence vecause BT cops are said to be considering adding perjury to the list of charges he faces.

Richards's acclaimed triumphal cry last week of "I have put my truss in the legal profession and am delighted it helped me screw over my accuser" may now be his undoing.

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