Umm, well, not a hope of getting any money out …

Comment on Magistrate fails Transport Hall of Fame: Liz Martin by Kevin Mudford.

Umm, well, not a hope of getting any money out of a drug addict. Forget it, they will never cough up. Where is it going to come from? That amount of money should be in the bank not in a bloody safe some where. That’s a lot of money to be left lying a round.

Recent Comments by Kevin Mudford

Two week boot camp not enough to solve youth problems
Greetings. You are more than welcome to do a story on me if you want. I have read with interest all the stories about youth at risk, running amok in Alice. I am an expert.
By the age of 15 I had been and spent time in six New Zealand boys’ homes. By the age of 22 I had been locked up in 7seven New Zealand prisons, even a maximum security cell. By the age of 26 I’d spent time in five New Zealand mental hospitals and lots of drug and alcohol rehab centres.
In 1981 at the age of 26 I walked into a Christian church full of born again Christians and was converted to Jesus Christ.
I have not touched alcohol for over 31 years and three months. I have never re-offended or been locked up in any way for all those years. I have spent those years communicating to people like me who want to listen.
I have a YouTube clip called prison to pulpit the Kevin Mudford Story. Please feel free to check out. I am at present at Alice Springs. Feel free if you want a good true story from the other side.
Kind regards, Kevin Mudford, telephone 0459 630723.

Do-it-yourself community development, ‘funded’ by faith
Ha they are out trying to win converts the children in the park bit is their way of getting converts. You bet and they are a new age religion … very of the path with their doctrine. Nice enough people but not of the true faith which is found in John 14 v 6 the bible.

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