Hardman Stephen Sayers guilty of posting offensive message about rival Paddy Conroy
Hardman Stephen Sayers has admitted posting an offensive message online about underworld rival Paddy Conroy.
The rivals were set to come face-to-face in court on Wednesday morning before a last-minute change of plea from Sayers.
He had previously denied the offence of sending a Facebook message that was “grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character” on February 17 this year.
But at Newcastle Magistrates’ Court Sayers, 50, admitted saying Conroy was a “jealous grass” who had viewed child pornography on his computer.
However, the court heard the post came after Sayers... read more
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