The convicted robber – allowed to run a successful BUSINESS from his prison cell… MAIL ON SUNDAY
Source claims prison entrepreneur is now a millionaire who owns properties overseas and several UK businesses.
Featureworld was contacted by a member of the public who claimed not only did a convicted robber have access to Facebook and mobile phone from his prison cell, he was even masterminding a business from it.
Yet the source said prison staff appeared to do nothing to stop him.
Craig ‘Lazie’ Lynch is serving nine years for violent robbery but although social media and mobile phones are banned in prison, he is the latest convict highlighted to be using it.
Yet despite being in prison before, Lynch is no stranger to using social media.
Five years ago he hit the headlines when he escaped from jail and taunted police on his whereaabouts. His social media profiles where he told of his antics gained 40,000 followers.
Now back in prison, the source sells contraband items to order on websites – using drones to fly them into HMP Bedford, where he is being held. Recently it was reported a drone was found near the perimeter fence of the prison with a phone, drugs and tools in it.
In addition the source adds Lynch also has a website used to sell legal highs and modified undetectable mobile phones.
In selfies uploaded to Facebook he shows off his iPhone, Samsung galaxy phone. He also has an online Xbox, drinks Ciroc Vodka and enjoys takeaways.
The source says: “He is a self-made millionaire and laughs as the prison services’ attempts to manage him.”
The source, who believes he should be in prison to be punished and not to live a life of luxury, does not want to be identified. Furthermore the source alleges Lynch is making so much tax free money in jail that he’s been able to invest it in properties abroad and cars.
And the member of the public wants to raise awareness of this issue in the press. I placed the story in the Mail On Sunday.
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