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Tuesday, 14 February 2012

The violent criminal, serving 16 years for gun, drugs and assault offences, hold up a 'gangster' sign in another Facebook photo


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DISCLAIMER:Text may be subject to copyright.This blog does not claim copyright to any such text. Copyright remains with the original copyright holderA gang boss posted pictures of himself posing bare-chested in his prison cell mirror on Facebook. 

Violent Gareth Curtis, 35, believed to be an inmate at Swaleside prison on the Isle of Sheppey, Kent, is understood to have set up an account using a smuggled mobile phone.
In another Facebook photo he is seen posing in a face mask while holding up his fingers in a 'gangster' salute.
Facecrook: Gang boss Gareth Curtis poses infront of a mirror for this picture which was later posted on his Facebook page
Facecrook: Gang boss Gareth Curtis poses in a mirror for this picture which was later posted on his Facebook page
It is strictly illegal for UK prisoners to set up Facebook accounts.
 
The ruthless gangster was jailed in 2004 for 13 years for gun crimes on top of a three-and-half-year jail sentence for smashing a bottle over a reveller's head in a nightclub.
A friend of his was handed a life sentence for shooting the victim dead at Oldham's Caribbean nightclub.
Weapons belonging to Curtis were found to have been used in a shooting in Old Trafford, Manchester.
Salute: The violent criminal, serving 16 years for gun, drugs and assault offences, hold up a gangster sign in another Facebook photo
Salute: 
In the past Curtis has used illegal mobiles to run a drugs empire from his prison cell.
Over a six month period he used a mobile 45,000 times - making or receiving more than 246 calls or texts a day.
Police uncovered the scale of the calls to and from his phone using cell-site analysis, which showed when and roughly where the calls were made or received.
It proved he was using his mobile virtually non-stop in his cell at Rye Hill prison, Coventry, and then at his cell in Whitemoor prison, Cambridgeshire.
A spokesman for the prison service say they were speaking to Facebook with a view to having his account taken down.



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