Benefit fraudster walks free.

Posted: November 7, 2012 in Law & Disorder
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Angolan-born Madalena Kitoko, mother-of-three, who conned our benefits system out of £53,868 over seven years walked free from court after a judge sent her on a soft-touch “women’s programme”.
She could have been jailed for up to three years and deported but no it was decided to hand the unemployed fraudster a suspended sentence and ordered her to attend 12 two-hour sessions with probation officers to talk about her behaviour, emotions and relationships.
Kitoko, 29, from Southampton, was even told she will not be made to pay the cash back but have tiny amounts docked from future benefit payments instead.

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Comments
  1. Howard Thomas says:

    It must seem like heaven on earth to those who milk our benefits system. If you are unfortunate enough to get caught there is no realistic punishment. Totally absurd!

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