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Aug 19, 2011

Fake cop faces real charges in Court

Aaron wilson

While the jury is out on the legitimacy of the Venezuela plane, the court in Belize is listening to charges on the infamous fake cop, Aaron Wilson. Wilson has beaten charges of threatening words and aggravated assault with a firearm, while he was convicted of theft and aggravated assault of an indecent nature. But the case has just begun on the charges directly associated with the stunt he allegedly pulled on the Police Department. A preliminary inquiry is set to start on September sixth on the charges of Unlawful Possession of Police Department Accoutrements, Forgery of an Official Document and Possession of a False Official Document. Police allege that Wilson, on July sixteenth, 2010, was in possession of a forged identification card for the Belize Police Department, as well as the full police uniform… right down to the cap and belt. Wilson, who continues to represent himself in the case, received full disclosure today and Chief Magistrate Margaret Gabb McKenzie has transferred the matter to Magistrate Albert Hoare since he presided over Wilson’s previous hearings.

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1 Response for “Fake cop faces real charges in Court”

  1. Concerned citizen says:

    Da who Police uniform he gone tief offa deh line? LOL

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