During his trial, a judge watched video pictures of him shopping in Tesco and driving across the Severn Bridge In a Swansea Crown Court yesterday, he was unmasked as a callous fraudster.
Knight stole £41,000 from an elderly neighbor then spent two years pretending to be too sick to stand trial.
During the trial, the 47-year-old appeared in a wheelchair and neck brace. He admitted 19 separate counts of forgery, fraud and theft.
The video footage showed Knight pushing a trolley around various Tesco stores and it was confirmed he was there because his store card had been used.
I'd like to know how the fraudster could put up such a pretense for such an extended period of time. Surely nurses would have visited to check on his condition from time to time.
So, all you potential crooks, maybe you could try to act the part of a quadriplegic, but if you venture from home, you'll be caught.
This brings to mind a hero of mine. Let's end on a happy note. See the inspiring song I wrote about Christopher Reeve, which is featured in the first novel in the Moonstone series.
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