Monday, July 31, 2017

Worst In Show

It's the human animals who can be dangerous:
Frank Cochran, 59, bought the weapons - one of which was disguised as a torch - in March 2014 during a trip to California after experiencing "acrimony" from fellow dog show competitors.

Mr Cochran directed police to the locations of both weapons during a raid on his property in Church Eaton, Staffordshire, on October 6 last year after his ex-wife had alerted them.

He admitted two counts of possession of illegal firearms at Stafford Crown Court and was sentenced to one year in jail, suspended for two years, and ordered to serve 150 hours of unpaid work and pay £535 in legal costs.

Mr Cochran is a former member of the Great Britain Olympic trench shooting squad - where groups of clays are fired at varying angles from a trench - and has also represented Scotland at shooting.
The competition is brutal out there...

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