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'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' was a crime under [[Mega-City One]] law.
 
'''''{{PAGENAME}}''''' was a crime under [[Mega-City One]] law.
The sentence given to [[Lombardo Chubb]] by [[Judge Gibbs]] in a [[Mega-City Criminal Code section 59(D)|crime blitz]] was one year<ref>[[Judge Dredd (Daily Star)|Judge Dredd]]: [[Crime Blitz (story)|Crime Blitz]]</ref>.
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[[Judge Joe Dredd|Dredd]] sentenced the millionaire recipient of an organ transplant with '''''receiving stolen goods'''''<ref>[[Judge Dredd (series)|Judge Dredd]]: [[Frankenstein 2 (story)|Frankenstein 2]], [[2000AD]] [[Prog 6]]</ref>.
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The sentence given to [[Lombardo Chubb]] by [[Judge Gibbs]] in a [[Mega-City Criminal Code section 59(D)|crime blitz]] for '''''receipt of stolen goods''''' was one year<ref>[[Judge Dredd (Daily Star)|Judge Dredd]]: [[Crime Blitz (story)|Crime Blitz]]</ref>.
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See also: [[handling stolen goods]].
 
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Latest revision as of 08:08, April 2, 2020

Receipt of Stolen Goods was a crime under Mega-City One law.

Dredd sentenced the millionaire recipient of an organ transplant with receiving stolen goods[1].

The sentence given to Lombardo Chubb by Judge Gibbs in a crime blitz for receipt of stolen goods was one year[2].

See also: handling stolen goods.

ReferencesEdit

  1. Judge Dredd: Frankenstein 2, 2000AD Prog 6
  2. Judge Dredd: Crime Blitz
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