Skip to comments.Graffiti gang who caused £150,000 worth of damage to trains described by judge as “talented artists”
Posted on 12/11/2012 8:21:57 PM PST by Olog-hai
A judge described a graffiti gang who caused £150,000 ($242,000) worth of damage in planned attacks on trains as talented artists, as he locked them up for a combined total of almost four years.
Keiron Cummings, 21, Alex Rowe, 22, and Billy McColl, 17, targeted train and tube carriages across London in a three-year campaign described as vandalism on an industrial scale.
The trio, who called themselves SMT, caused huge disruption to train services by spraying their tag onto carriages under cover of darkness. But Judge Henry Blacksell said the defendants had got talent, and that he would pass the least possible sentence.
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It is Londonistan now. Let the city rot
What the judge is trying to say is “sneak on about my house some night and put a right good paint job like that on it.”
If it were up to me, I’d hang ‘em.....i HATE grafitti, the decline of Western Civilization on display.
Paint a canvas not the trains. If I don’t care for what someone calls art I don’t have to look at it everyday.
I have a friend who did a video to try out for the Super Bowl Doritos ad contest called "Inspiration" with his graffiti artwork in it, that I think is much, much better than this stuff.
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