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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew Steeples Our editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

A tweet too far

Her Majesty’s Prison Services ought to revoke fraudster Ben Fiberesima’s ability to use such sites as Twitter

 

Despite being jailed on 6th May for three years and eight months, an arrogant rapper and model turned fraudster named Ben Fiberesima is continuing to use social media to taunt those he blames for his predicament including the press who reported on his case.

 

A tweet too far - Fraudster and gangland figure Ben Fiberesima should not be allowed to use social media
A tweet too far – Despite being jaied Ben Fiberesima continues to use Twitter
A tweet too far - Fraudster and gangland figure Ben Fiberesima should not be allowed to use social media
Ben Fiberesima was convicted for fraud and weapons offences and despite telling “Men’s Style Fashion” that he “doesn’t believe in the hoopla of celebrity” and claiming that he is “a top rapper” in 2014, he will now be best known simply as the criminal that he truly is

 

Despite being locked up, Fiberesima – whom arrogantly refers to himself ‘Roky Million’ on Twitter – somehow has been able to access the site and made two posts on 21st May. They read:

 

“Thank U [sic] newspapers 4 [sic] defamating [sic] my character this week. I’ll respond accordingly (NOV/DEC) with my debut album ‘LIFE IN PRISON’ #rokymillion”.

 

“And thanx [sic] to the girls sending those lovely pictures ;0) [sic] PS. For any professional enquiries please contact rokymillionenquiries@gmail.com”.

 

It truly is a disgrace that a prisoner is able to have access to social media but that this gangland figure and conman seems to believe he’ll be out in November or December to meet with “girls sending lovely pictures” and to continue what he calls a “career” just shows his mind is on anything other than putting right his wrongs. Her Majesty’s Prison Services ought to urgently take actions to revoke Ben Fiberesima’s access to Twitter.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ni_7ewkzHEQ

 

 

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Comments

11 comments on “A tweet too far”

  1. No doubt the prison service will give him time off for good behaviour? Or is this a scheme to enable “A list stars” like Rolf Harris to continue with their work, plan escapes, threaten witnesses, vote in elections, watch porn movies, groom children, etc.

  2. I watched the video. Ben Fiberesima is obviously just a liar, crook, petty criminal, thief, fraudster. This must be remembered for good.

    1. Red, I am not defending Mr. Fiberesima … I have never even heard of him. However it seems that you drew a great deal more from this video than I did. And all of it negative. I just watched the video again, and frankly I don’t see from the video itself what makes Fiberesima “obviously just a liar, crook, petty criminal, thief, and fraudster.”

      1. He has been found guilty of fraud and possessing weapons illegally. He went on the run for a number of years and in the video he “bigs himself up” like there’s no tomorrow. He is plainly just a self-promoting crook and I think Red’s summary of his activities is quite fair John.

  3. I wasn’t aware that any prisoner could use the internet whilst in prison, unless I guess on remand. Perhaps someone is looking after his Twitter account – I look after over 20 for my clients and though it appears they are posting, actually it is me.

  4. What’s the point of removing someone’s liberty by way of incarceration for committing a crime but allowing them the freedoms that outside life has to offer? They don’t need the internet, it’s not a human need or human right. It seems like it’s a bit of a holiday camp with free wifi, free food, free accommodation and they get paid to be there. Something is wrong, somewhere.

  5. Mel , if you feel it’s a holiday camp Try it out Fir some it is the worst thing on earth For some who are there for a bad choice in life , or a jury misread facts which does happen as statistics have proved 1 in 3 juries make the wrong decision ! You leave your family , and then sit in a cell 8x 6 ! holiday camp ! I think not !

    1. Claudia, if it’s hell on earth, how come so many people re-offend as soon as they’re released because they actually want to go back into prison as it’s the easy option?

      There’s a excellent saying you might want to remember, if you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.

      Matthew is correct, Fiberesima deserves every minute of what he got and there are no excuses for what he did. This is not a miscarriage of justice as you suggest.

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