The great-grandson of Churchill received a prison term for drugs

The great-grandson of Churchill received a prison term for drugsThe great-grandson of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill sentenced to three years imprisonment on Thursday. 34-year-old Nicholas Jake Barton would be served in an Australian prison sentence for drug trafficking.Barton was arrested at his Sydney apartment in June 2006. In November of this year he pleaded guilty.House in Burton were found 250 thousand ecstasy pills, 12 kg of MDMA powder (methylenedioxyamphetamine) from which they are made and the equipment for manufacture of tablets. However, judge Colin Charteris admitted Barton only one of the members of the group engaged in the supply of ecstasy, reports ГазетаRu.In passing sentence, the judge emphasized that the defendant's family ties with the "hero of the twentieth century do not affect the sentence, which I must bear." Source: Churchill's great-Grandson took the rap for the drugs.



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