Double murderer in HMP Wakefield ‘kicks off’ after his bread ration was sliced

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 2006 FOOD BREAD
A sliced loaf of bread. Picture: Terry Carrott

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 2006 FOOD BREAD A sliced loaf of bread. Picture: Terry Carrott

A convicted double murderer ‘kicked off’ in HMP Wakefield after his bread ration was cut, a court heard.

Killer Mark Robinson, 51, told a senior prisoner he was unhappy after bosses cut his bread quota from two loaves a week to two slices a day, which was to be stored in a container to keep it fresh.

Prosecutor Karen Medley told how the giant prisoner also informed the officer: “Well, I might kick off.”

 

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