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Sunday, 16 January 2011

Evil lapdancer from Leicester delivers Crack to Aberdeen for Midland Yardie gang

Left: Shadia Wright.

Amazingly she avoided jail after being caught with 9 ounces of Crack Cocaine.

Crack destroys lives, anyone who deals that poison deserves a lengthy prison sentence.

Community service for such an offence is frankly a joke, under a British National Party government this evil whore (and her Yardie friends) would have gone away for a long time.

"95 per cent of the crack trade in Aberdeen is controlled by Yardies from the Midlands"

The Sunday Mercury reports - A LAPDANCER caught with a record haul of crack cocaine in her knickers has had £1,660 of suspected drug money confiscated by the courts.

Shadia Wright, 24, was pulled over by cops as she was driving to Aberdeen to deliver the Class A narcotics. Three Birmingham men connected to a West Midlands Yardie gang were also in her Lexus.

The dancer, from Leicester, was strip-searched and officers found a record 9oz haul of crack in her undies – worth £25,000.

Officers also seized £1,413 cash from her handbag and purse and another £245 from the car, pending an investigation.

The curvy stripper later admitted being concerned in the supply of cocaine. She was placed on probation for two years and ordered to carry out 240 hours community service.

On Wednesday, Wright had the chance to reclaim the cash from Perth Sheriff Court but did not show up. The money was confiscated under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

Drug trafficking between the Midlands to Aberdeen has become one of the most lucrative criminal trade routes in Britain.

The Sunday Mercury first exposed how Yardie gangsters from Birmingham and Wolverhampton were using Scotland as a market for cocaine and heroin back in 2000.

In 2002, Midland amateur footballer Kevin Nunes, 20, was arrested on drug charges in Aberdeen. He was found shot dead in Staffordshire just 24 hours after being released from custody, having visited a Yardie stronghold in Wolverhampton.

Shortly after his death, police sources revealed a staggering 95 per cent of the crack trade in Aberdeen is controlled by Yardies from the Midlands.

The disturbing trend had led forces from across the country to collaborate to halt the supply of drugs.

Lapdancer Wright was pulled over in November 2008 when the registration of her car was highlighted by a nationwide police database of motors linked to suspected criminals.

Traffic officers lay in wait before stopping the Lexus on the M90, near Perth. Computer checks found the three passengers were known to Midland police, although the dancer had no criminal record and claimed she had no idea about their pasts.

The gang told cops they were taking Wright north to work in a strip club and faced no further action.

Left: Crack Cocaine before and after.

Speaking at the time, a Tayside Police spokesman said: “We are determined to disrupt the flow of all illegal drugs into or through the region.

“Crack cocaine is highly addictive and can have fatal consequences for those who use it.” Article




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