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Impressed UK Judge Lets Off Student Drug Dealers for Using Good Grammar While Dealing Pot, Twitter Is Unforgiving

If you thought learning grammar was for dummies, think again. In a bizarre incident, two students in the UK have been spared a jail term for dealing drugs due to their immaculate grammar and language skills.

The incident occurred in Swansea, Wales where a 19-year-old Luke Rance sold 21-year-old Brandon Kerrison a large quantity of marijunana. The latter intended to further distribute the pot among others interested, The Independent reported.

What gave the two away was the strong smell from their stash which reached the trained noses of some local cops. Both Rance and Kerrison were apprehended with illicit objects including large quantities of pot. Some cocaine was also recovered from Rance along with seven bags of pot while Kerrison was caught with two bags of herbal weed. More marijuana worth over £1,200 was also recovered from Rance’s room.
However, when the case reached court, Judge David Hale noted that the two dealers and unusually good grammar and punctuation skills.

The two were exchanging messages regarding their dealings via text messages and Judge Hale was impressed by their apparently superior grammar skills. Since both the boys were about to start degree courses, the judge decided to let the two off and did not send them to prison.

The incident sparked outrage on social media. Some commented that this was only possible as the perps were white and privileged.

Updated: January 6, 2019 — 8:34 am
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