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Junior barrister who admitted supplying drugs that killed teenage boyfriend sentenced to 140 hours unpaid work

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Strand Chambers’ Henry Hendron avoids jail but uncertainty surrounds his future legal career

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A junior barrister who admitted supplying drugs that killed his 18-year-old boyfriend has today been sentenced to 140 hours of unpaid work and an 18 month supervision order.

Hendron — who is a tenant at London’s Strand Chambers — appeared in court earlier this year to deny six counts relating to drugs offences. Opting initially to be represented by his brother Richard Hendron — who is also a barrister at the same chambers — Henry plead not guilty to two counts of conspiracy to supply controlled drugs, two counts of possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply and two counts of possession of controlled drugs.

However just 13 days later Hendron — appearing at the Old Bailey — decided to plead guilty to two counts relating to possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply. Legal Cheek understands that at the time no evidence was given in relation to the other counts against the 35-year-old.

The criminal barrister — who charges £250 per consultation according to his personal websitewas first arrested back in January 2015, after his boyfriend Miguel Jimenez died of a drug overdose at his Temple flat.

According to reports at the time, police discovered a number of drugs at the barrister’s home address, including Mephedrone, otherwise known as ‘meow meow’. A subsequent toxicology analysis found that Jimenez — who was a waiter in the City — had died of a drug overdose.

The junior barrister — who has represented a number of high-profile clients in the past including former BBC Apprentice winner Stella English and the Earl of Cardigan — came under fire from certain members of the legal profession last month, for speaking to the national press about the case prior to his sentencing.

Appearing on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, the criminal defence specialist spoke candidly about how Jimenez’s death was on his “shoulders”, and that since that night, his “whole world had collapsed”. Hendron’s brother Richard — despite representing him in court — also took the opportunity to speak to the press about his brother’s ordeal. Giving a lengthy interview to The Telegraph’s lifestyle section, Richard explained how his brother’s health has suffered since the tragic incident and claimed “prison would break Henry”.

It remains to be seen how this will impact on Hendron’s future in the law, but one thing is for sure — a conviction for drugs offences is not ideal. Hendron was also ordered to pay £500 in costs.

107 Comments

Anonymous

Wow. Amazing he avoided jail.

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Unduly Lenient Sentence Scheme

Please, rather than comment here about how unbelievable it is that Henry Hendron avoided jail, do contact the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme at the AG’s office via ULS.Referrals@attorneygeneral.gsi.gov.uk
Make sure you include Hendron’s full name, case number T20167003 and full details of why you are complaining. Ideally include similar cases where you can show radically different sentences. This case has made a mockery of the British Judicial System, but that is nothing compared to the tragic loss of this vulnerable teenager’s life. HH’s monthly visits to the Colombian’s mother will no doubt tail off as his future becomes more and more assured.

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Anonymous

What a lucky escape!

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Anonymous

Just out of interest, how did his brother manage to represent him? Wouldn’t he have been breaching the “maintain your independence” bits of the code of conduct?

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Anonymous

His brother didn’t represent him in the end. He was represented by a senior junior from 6KBW. Its a wise decision to go to engage someone who is actually a “top” barrister when there’s a real possibility you might be put behind bars…

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Anonymous

And after all the publicity his brother got in the press running up to the hearing…

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Anonymous

Ah ok. Thanks for the response.

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Lord Lyle of Dál Riada.

Anon @ 11.52 am.
Learn some law.
LC. I have on several occasions pleaded to keep our unlearned friends out.
Any counsel can represent a member of his family, but one should charge double. That is ancient wisdom.
Anon. Do please give yourself a name?
Don’t you know you can’t pass the threshold without a name. Or should I remind you of Bobby Wee Socks?

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Anonymous

Idiot. Learn some law yourself. Consider the concept of the conflict of interests. Can you not see how a barrister may fail to give the best representation to a person she knows?

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Danger Mouse Rides Again

You missed the really obvious big fat tongue in cheek there, yo.

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Anonymous

140 hours unpaid work and…? I know that’s the only part of the sentence that Court News tweeted so far, but I’m sure LC had a reporter at Court to know if it was part of a suspended sentence, or a community order.

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Norman

just the 140 hours of unpaid work and an 18 month supervision order.

fortunately.

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Anonymous

IS THAT IT!!!!!
But a young person trying to make a living selling drugs goes to jail for years!

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Flashtrash

I think it was supplying drugs not selling them. He technically “supplied” them to his boyfriend whom he lived with or rather his boyfriend helped himself to “their” in house stash. So this is not the same as someone dealing on the streets. His folly was he was 35, his byfrd 18, they had a long term relationship, he shd have watched his drug use. Tragic loss for him, much worse for byfrds family in Brazil
(I think). I am not a lawyer but gather this was the basis of his charge.

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danger mouse rides again

According to reports elsewhere, he was selling to friends at parties; or intended to, anyway.

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Anonymous

His ‘woe is me’ Radio 4 appearance did the trick then.

I wonder what a person from a sink estate somewhere would have been given.

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Shirley

Exactly. Disgraceful and shameless “I speak for Gay people” cynical ploy.

A man dies & Hendron gets similar sentence to bar fight bust up.

Fuch him

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Hmmmm

Whilst the sentence seems entirely in accordance with the sentencing guidelines, Hendron will doubtless be disappointed that his sentence has been compounded by Legal Cheek failing to refer to him as “top barrister”.

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Danger Mouse Rides Again

So much trope here about dat old boys club I don’t even know where to start. If you’d posted his alma mater, my head would probably have exploded.

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Anonymous

Can’t help feeling there are some double standards going on here. I have no doubt an average client would have been sent to prison for this, especially, given someone died as a result of his actions. Furthermore, his position in society and his speciality in criminal law to my mind should warrant a harsher sentence not a lesser one.

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Quo Vadis

When will people realise that the English legal system is the laughing-stock of the world? This man has committed a serious crime which has ultimately resulted in the death of his partner. He recieves a punishment which is so trivial as to be grotesque. He brings the most enormous shame on himself and his profession, but never sees the inside of a prison cell. Shame!

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Anonymous

Without a full appreciation of the facts, it is hard to say whether this is appropriate not.

e.g. if the barrister is not actually a drug dealer but rather he just gave them to his BF within the confines of their own home, that would be a world away from “a young person trying to make a living selling drugs goes to jail for years” wouldn’t it?

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Danger Mouse Rides Again

What are you burbling on about ‘facts’ for? He’s been tried, convicted, and (laughably, it must be said) ‘sentenced’. The facts now speak for themselves and are enormously obvious.

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Anonymous

I am not a criminal lawyer but I assume the facts are still relevant for sentencing? Aggravating/mitigating circumstances and all that? Can we really opine on the leniency or otherwise of this sentence without the detail?

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Anonymous

Having now read the Telegraph article: 82g of mephedrone and 482ml of GBL is probably more than a street dealer would stock for a weekend!

But the mitigating circumstances (i.e. the particularly tragic circumstances) seem to have trumped the dealer element.

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Anonymous

Also – three previous convictions for drink driving, WTF?

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Ellipsis

With that info, it could have been argued that he had enough to meet the elements of supply. That’s almost half a litre of GBL, the precursor to GHB, and arguably it was GHB that had yet to be converted by adding tap water. Equally GBL converts to GHB in the body.

Both give you the desired high, and the high from GBL lasts longer… it could have been argued, or so I am told.

Most likely (and this is speculation), the Court thought, he is remorseful for his actions, he is distraught and no sense kicking a man while he is down. The young man is dead there was no intent to kill him, early guilty plea, sentencing guidelines cover community based sentence (I suspect)… bang!! Community based sentence.

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Anonymous

For those seeking the facts, the Telegraph is reporting the Common Serjeant stating:

“I am not sentencing either of you for any criminal offence in connection with the tragic death.

“There was never any evidential justification for any such charge. Had it been the case your sentences would have been measured in years.”

Judge Marks told Hendron: “I bear in mind the anguish you feel over the death of your partner and the very moving letter from his mother in which, far from wanting you to be punished, she stands by you.”

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LegallyBlack

The lack of feeling expressed in these comments is unbelievable. This man woke up to find his partner lying dead beside him. I take it many of these commenters are not involved in criminal practice, which usually requires notions of empathy and forgiveness to be engaged.

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Quo Vadis

The purpose of a court is not to forgive. Forgiveness is a matter for God – and for the parents of the young man who was killed by the drugs supplied by Mr. Hendron. The purpose of a court is to punish wrongdoers and protect the innocent. The courts cannot do that when their powers of sentencing are wholly inadequate for the purpose for which they have been granted.

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Anonymous

#onlygodcanjudgeme

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LegallyBlack

@QuoVadis I did not say the courts should be required to show mercy, although many criminal judges do, and they take pride in it in my experience. I was passing comment on the other remarks in this thread.

As for God – yours, not mine by the way – “But if you do not forgive others their sins, your Father will not forgive your sins” (Matthew 6:15).

I wish Mr Hedron all the best travelling the very difficult road that lies ahead of him.

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Shirley

Stop talking shite

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Anonymous

You are right I am not as involved in criminal practice as Mr Hendron.

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Lord Harley of LASPO

140 hours of unpaid work? I did that last week on a CFA!

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Anonymous

Question: Why was this scumbag still practising after having 3 drink driving convictions?!?

Have the BSB gone deaf, dumb and blind??

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Quo Vadis

BSB Ethics Exam 2017:

Your client is a well-known barrister. He drives under the influence of alcohol. He drives under the influence of alcohol, again. He drives under the influence of alcohol, again. What disciplinary consequences will there be?

a.) Fuck all
b.) Diddly-squat
c.) Zip zero

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Danger mouse rides again

This bastard iPhone won’t let me repeatedly up-rate this comment a million times. Please accept this humble post in lieu.

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Anonymous

you forgot d.) All of the above

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Him wot knows stuff

It’s not what you’ve done, it’s who you know!

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Danger Mouse Rides Again

And sometimes who you know that you’ve done.

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Anonymous

And it’s not who you know, it’s who you blow

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Anonymous

140 hours!! The Bar Council is a joke as is the British Justice system. I wonder what the sentence would have been for a hetro-sexual man, who did not have direct links to Nigel Evans MP and PM David Cameron, and whose drug purchase had killed his girlfriend? Even his own barrister seems embarrassed and so he should be.

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Anonymous

In the picture at the top of the page, is he offering me drugs?

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Chemsex

No, he’s offering you a BJ as part of his 140 hours of community service. Just don’t go back to his place.

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Anonymous

It’s ok I think “Anonymous” is too old for Hendron anyway so he should be ok.

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Lord Harley of Counsel

And they want to strike me off for a few poxy medals.

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Gus the Snedger

For once, Harley, you have a point!

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Anonymous

If it had been a 35 y.o. hetro male and an 18 y.o. female girlfriend who had died, he would have gone down.

No question.

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Anonymous

I guess it helps being the poster boy for Pink News and a card carrying Tory with friends on the inside in times of trouble. He has shown no genuine compassion or remorse – hollow words carefully written by a dodgy mate , all Hendron has shown is a skill for Class A bullshit PR & spin. Great to see the british justice system at work it makes me glow with pride that I pay taxes for such an incredible service. I give it 6 months and he will pop up as a Tory parliamentary candidate in a town near you with a grinning “call me dave” by his side.

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Anonymous

As against you complaining and bitching against an anti UKIP stance by the said publication!! hahahahahaha

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Anonymous

The DM quotes him as saying he will surrender his practising certificate voluntarily.

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Anonymous

McKenzie friend by this time next week?

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Anonymous

Unbelieveable. Can someone explain what the judge meant by :
I am not sentencing either of you for any criminal offence in connection with the tragic death.
“There was never any evidential justification for any such charge. Had it been the case your sentences would have been measured in years.”
Sorry I’m a layman surely the facts are clear. I wonder who paid Miguels’ families’ airfares to fly over and show their support.
Good to know the dealer’s profits haven’t been diminished by more than £500. The whole thing stinks. Even if the barrister’s contacts helped (sorry former barrister) what does it tell you about the supplier’s contacts?

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Anonymous

The normal sentence for drink driving is a.bollocking from the BSB.

No record on the BSB website of any of the drink driving charges.

I guess the slimeball didn’t report them.

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Danger mouse eats pizza again

Going by detail in the daily mail article, it appears forensics were required on his computer, and he seemed to have conveniently ‘forgotten’ the password on his phone, too.

Glad he’s out. Hope he enjoys his seemingly intended trajectory as some gay spokesperson cum politician or whatever as seems to be obvious from that appallingly trite series of mea culpas he’s wheeled out.

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Anonymous

“cum politician”

lol

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Twilight Wonder

Holy Shit have I woken up in some twilight zone where buying drugs and killing a teenage kid is now the fast track to fame and celebrity? Whatever happened to making a good old sex tape and mysteriously leaking that on line? I must have missed the memo at law school that said “start a career as a drug dealer (gloss over the death of a teenager) get your mates in the legal profession to turn a blind eye and it will lead to a life of celebrity, endless publicity, fawning by the BBC, sugar coated articles by misguided talentless journalists, stardom and financial reward”. It would appear Mr Hendron’s years of “networking” in London have paid off. I expect he will be on “Celebrity Big Twat” or “I’m a Big Twat Get Me Out Of Here” next. Clearly he has no shame and the Judge had no balls. Is it any wonder people have no respect for the law, courts or legal profession?

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Anonymous

He doesn’t have any mates in the legal profession.

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LJ Whitewash

The Bar Council should explain why this wretched excuse for a scumbag has not been struck off before for his drink driving convictions.

Probably a bunch of Coke snorting fudge-nudgers protecting their own…

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Anonymous

you’re not wrong!

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Anonymous

To be fair to the BSB, I think he hasn’t told them about his convictions.

What you would expect really from someone who gives his boyfriend a lethal dose of drugs.

The profession is well rid of him.

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Cop a Load of That!

The BSB are probably overworked wading through all the other complaints about him:
Defendant: Henry Hendron
Type of hearing: 3 Person Disciplinary Tribunal
Panel members
Mr Tom Weisselberg QC (Chair)
Mrs Lucinda Barnett
Mr John Hamilton
Charged with:
One charge of professional misconduct under paragraph 406.1 and three charges of professional misconduct under paragraph 404.2(b) of the Code of Conduct of the Bar of England and Wales (8th Edition) – Failing to pay fees received for work done by another barrister, to pay that barrister, forthwith; Failing to take all reasonable steps to ensure that the affairs of his chambers are conducted in a manner which is fair and equitable for all barristers and pupils.
Venue: Tribunal Suite – 9 Gray’s Inn Square
Status: Adjourned
Original dates: Monday 19 – Thursday 22 October 2015 and Tuesday 15 – Thursday 17 March 2016
I think in non-legal speak that means he kept money he was not entitled to and tried to screw his fellow barristers. I wonder why he needed the money and why so many adjournments??

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Anonymous

The profession is not exactly “rid of him” turds always float to the top as they say. Apparently there is no official confirmation yet he has revoked his practising certificate and this would not have the effect of stopping any other ongoing investigations by the BSB into him. The possession of a practising certificate allows a barrister to carry out reserved legal activity, those without are termed as “unregistered barristers” and still regulated by the BSB – so looks like he can carry on offering dodgy legal advice to “z-list celebrities and dodgy politicians”. If a barrister is disbarred on other matters it may be that the BSB do not pursue any further matters as any further sentence would not have any practical effect and is likely to be seen as disproportionate. So unless someone makes a complaint about his 3 driving convictions and this current sentence he is not “disbarred” as I understand it.

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Randell

Speak for yourself, my turds hit the bowl like a Russian submarine and leave the most frightful skid marks.

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Anonymous

All those mouthing off need to ask the AG to review if they feel so passionately about the sentence otherwise you’re just another online keyboard warrior.

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Unduly Lenient Sentence

You can contact the Unduly Lenient Sentence scheme at the AG’s office via ULS.Referrals@attorneygeneral.gsi.gov.uk
Make sure you include Hendron’s full name, case number T20167003 and full details of why you are complaining. Ideally include similar cases where you can show how others were given other sentences.

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Anonymous

Well well, the mob hysteria has even reached these reputedly essteemed pages. Danger mouse is chief aggitator and rabble rouser who is clearly a scrofulous little man and one of the anonymouses seems to knows a little more than he lets on and does it anonymously, a personal axe to grind perchance… ? The sentencing was within the guidelines laid down and both had full credit for an early guilty plea. Therefore it was at the bottom of category 4 .. ie no custodial. Neither as clearly stated by the judge were charged nor could they be on an evidenciary basis regarding the sad death of the boyfriend. The statements in the press read that the boy was warned by Hendron about his drug taking the evening he died. And also texts showed Hendron had issued warnings concerning the drugs amounts and mixing. We have a legal system in which the judge is there to impart the law and nothing else and under the law the sentencing was clearly accurate and under the law appropriate. The death of the boyfriend was an absolute tragedy, but under the law and the charges, the sentence was wholly appropriate.
As for the who he know’s conspiracy this is risible and is a direct slur on the judge saying he would be cowed by those above him.
I’m surprised there isn’t a conspiracy theory concerning the friend reported by the press as a famous person who managed to leave before all the trouble and must remain secret. Does Temple contain any grassy knowles?

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Danger Mouser Chief Agitator & Rabble Rouser

I didn’t read your whole post because I was so delighted at FINALLY being acknowledged as a rabble-rouser and agitator! Thank you!! Words fail me otherwise; and to be noted as “CHIEF ag[g]itator” and rabble-rouser, too!

You are too kind, indeed, and I have up-rated your comment accordingly. Many sincere thanks again.

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Anonymous

Well maybe texts warning his boyfriend might register more strongly if he hadn’t bought such a big amount of drugs to keep for use in the flat in the first place . There have been other cases recently where supply of ecstasy has led to deaths and the guilty parties have been given custodial sentences. I’m amazed given all the damage ghb is causing that it isn’t in a higher category of drug. Two more points -the dealer pleaded guilty immediately but HH didn’t . And anyway to this layman that fact doesn’t justify non custodial sentencing and whilst the judge might have been right to reflect HH’s regret and self blame there was none shown by the dealer who wasn’t in the same kind of relationship with Miguel anyway. I repeat this stinks.

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Prudence Fairbrother

Hello Henry!!! Thanks for joining us. Also thanks for giving us the clue about the mysterious third person who left the scene before the body was acknowledged. We need an investigative hack from the DM or Telegraph on this. Had the mother of Miguel not been won over by HH’s monthly visits to Colombia for well over a year would we have had a different verdict? She wrote a forgiving and complimentary letter about what a nice man HH is. That must have helped his case. No one knows who she is or where she lives – yet. Why couldn’t Henry remember his pass code on his phone? Was there stuff on there he hadn’t downloaded onto his computer that he didn’t want the police to see? How long had he been in a relationship with Miguel? Why someone so young and vulnerable? I hope we can have some answers soon otherwise it looks to the world like the British Justice System has once again protected its own.

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Anonymous

It’s grassy knoll, you twerp, not Knowles as in Beyoncé.

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Anonymous

Hi Hendron!

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Anonymous

Leave the poor chap alone

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Anonymous

LEAVE BRITNEY ALONE!

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Anonymous

Referencing viral videos is now a way of showing your age… Terrifying.

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Justin B

H Hendron is in fact still practising, since he is appearing in the County Court on Friday against one of my firms clients; his attendance was confirmed this morning!! So much for his resignation.

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john

is that REALLY true? If it is I think you should tip off some journalists!!!! I suggest the Daily Mail for a start.

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john

must say I find this sentence appalling and this Hendron individual grotesque and creepy. Throughout and even PRE-SENTENCE , he used the media, and particularly the BBC, to tell a woe-is-me sob story. I agree, had he been from a council estate he would have been jailed. Fact is, he, the 35-year-old supplied the drugs that killed his 18-year-old boyfriend, who was barely more than a child. Plus 35 year-old dating an 18-year-old, what is all that about? Creepy as.

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Anonymous

I do find your post rather amusing… under the charges and within the remit of the judge he was convicted… and in amanner subjest and under the law… No amout of Friday 13th and your hand wringing and possible night sweats.. changes that ..or in fact as the Americans say…, “amounts to a hill of beans”…

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Anonymous

What kind of world are we living in when this is an appropriate sentence for supplying drugs that caused the death of a teenager? I recognise this druggie creep Hendron who regularly used to bombard me with messages on a certain dating app for gays. I ignored all his messages of course. I find it’s generally gay men like him who have to find people who are on drugs in order to get anyone to have sex with them. And it’s so creepy he was ‘dating’ and 18-year-old. It’s the dead kid from Colombia who deserves everyone’s sympathy……and if Hendron is REALLY still practising as a barrister, Christ….

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Anonymous

Ah ha I know who you are… If you are who you i think you are or purport to be.. then I am laughing uncontrollably!! hahahaha .. Lets be clear… if you are are really who I tink you are… then I can assure you NO one would bombard you you on anything least of all the app you allude to…. until .. you publish whom you are…. you are just another wanna be attaching himself to a story to give his life some form of pathetic meaning… either put upor shut up!!

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Anonymous

what are you talking about? I’m giving my opinion of this individual as I am entitled to do. Also, you have no idea who I am, trust me, and also learn English — I don’t ‘purport’ to be anyone. That’s why it sats ‘Anonymous’

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Anonymous

Clearly!

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Anonymous

That rant was obviously HH!

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Anonymous

Hello Henry!!!!

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A Barrister

A quick Google reveals that this foul scumbag is still practising (his website, calling him “Barrister Hendron” as though it is a title, is still up).

Furthermore he’s been whinging to the press again about the chemsex lifestyle that took over his weekends.

Also claims to have been earning “hundreds of thousands of pounds a year” which is somewhat doubtful, and having been “tipped to lead the Tory Party”.

Looks like promiscuous drug-fuelled sex with teenagers wasn’t this guy’s only fantasy!

Most lawyers have had a few celebrity clients but don’t shout about it, as an earlier poster said.

This bloke brings us all into disrepute.

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Anonymous

This post has been removed because it breached Legal Cheek’s comments policy.

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Anonymous

Wow … are you such a bitter failure… Nigel Evans… will probably lose no sleep over your ridculous an in all probability libellous statements about him …

Better you shuffle off issuing deprecations and garbled nonsense.. and learn to understand that ref: the charges he was punished appropriately… your statements of idiocy .. cretinous misunderstood and wholly stupidity is irrelevent… but thak you for wasting your time and amusing immensely!!

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Anonymous

This post has been removed because it breached Legal Cheek’s comments policy.

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Anonymous

Nigel Evans was ACCQUITED ALL CHARGES… The rest of your statement.. is therefore irrevelevent… I would just run along if I was you… and let the grown ups talk if there are any left on here… hahahahahahahaha

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Anonymous

OK Henry

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Anonymous

hello Alex

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Anonymous

er nope, I’m not Alex….anyone, you trying to imply ANYONE in the legal profession likes this guy??? Quite clearly everyone who reads this site doesn’t!

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Anonymous

You really are silly… prove you’re not Alex!!…do you really think anyone cares what posters on here say or care what anyone thinks of them… You’re a typical lightweight laptop warrior.. No one on here gives a flying f**K what you think… so grow up and run along!.. there’s a good little chap

Anonymous

hello Henry!!

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Pablo Escobar

He without sin cast the first stone

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Anonymous

Rather puerile postings by the chemsex crew.

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Anonymous

Hahahahaha … oh dear Alex… grasping now aren’t we… ???

Isn’t it past your bed time… dont you have year 7 SATS tomorrow

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Anonymous

Been at the chemicals, have we ?

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C Ferrett

Oh dear. It turned midnight and you went up in a puff. Of smoke.

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Anonymous

Oh dear… you and Alex …ferret are so far wide of the mark… as to engender.. nothing but ridicule and uncontrollable laughter… off you go now.. I have important matters to deal with..

I shall therefore engage no further with you scrofulous wretches this evening.. off you

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S Lifter

Run along little boy. Your paymaster is waiting.

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Anonymous

The whole story is a real bummer.

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Danger Mouser Chief Agitator & Rabble Rouser

I am very upset my drunken comment was removed without so much of a whiff of mention of moderation. Poor form.

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Anonymous

He is a naughty boy. Clearly all his fault. Not a jot of responsibility must fall on the head of someone who willingly accepted the risk of consuming illegal drugs and suffered the consequences…

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Anonymous

It gets worse: have you seen his interview in the Times today?

He talks about his drug binges on Grindr and constant drug fuelled sex parties AFTER the boyfriend died.

The guy needs help.

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