Now isn’t that a defence

Daniel Barber, Kandice’s husband, had appeared as a witness in her defence twice where he described her as his “rock” and said their relationship was “as strong as ever”, pointing out to jurors that he had matching tattoos with his wife of four years.

7 thoughts on “Now isn’t that a defence”

  1. Where is Edgar Lustgarten when you need him.

    “The Case of the Tatoo’d Teacher” in glorious black and white.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    The problem with state control of education and women’s lib generally is that the quality of teachers seems to have fallen enormously. In the old days women didn’t have much choice in careers and so schools got good candidates dirt cheap.

    Now? Well let’s see. Strike 1 – she is called Kandace. Strike 2 – she has a tat. Strike 3 – she married a gutless twerp.

    Cases like this make me re-think the righteousness of honour killings. That the husband would defend the slut is the worst of it.

    Mind you if she is the genius whose defence rested on the claim she was too short to blow the boy, well, is there is a Fourth Strike?

  3. “to abuse a teenage boy in her care.”
    Hmmm, abuse eh? Things have certainly changed since my day, where you spent most of the lesson trying to get a look up the teacher’s skirt, without success. I think many schoolboys of 60 years ago would have welcomed a bit of “abuse”.
    Remember 15? When, for 50% of the time you walked around with your hands covering your fly area, and bent double to avoid displaying your “hormonal reaction”?

  4. “where you spent most of the lesson trying to get a look up the teacher’s skirt, without success.”
    As a mid-teenager, an encounter with a teacher might have been the making of me, or it might have broken me.
    “Amersham Law Courts heard that the 35-year-old had told the boy she would “bring him down with her” if the relationship was discovered, and that she was pregnant with his child.”
    She sounds like the second sort, though.

  5. At Junior school all the female teachers were nice motherly types on the wrong side of 50.

    At Senior School it was all men teachers save for one summer we had a temp “guest” teacher who was a young Frenchwoman in her 20s on some kind of exchange.

    She had an excellent body and v good legs shown off by miniskirts and high boots.

    However this was offset by a witchy sour face with a nose that could be used to open tins .

    And far worse she stank. BO that served as living testimony to the claim that the French use less soap than any other people in Europe.

    But that was minor compared to her paint-from-walls-removing breath. Whether it was the garlic or the lack of dental hygiene or the filthy Gauloise she smoked her exhalations were passion killers.

    One of the male teachers was banging her but he must have been anosmic. Or an early victim of C19.

  6. Daniel Barber, Kandice’s husband, had appeared as a witness in her defence twice where he described her as his “rock” and said their relationship was “as strong as ever”, pointing out to jurors that he had matching tattoos with his wife of four years.

    Might be a good strategy actually. Bump her up during the court case when you know you’ve been cuckolded, then when she get sentenced, divorce the bitch while she’s in the pokey and her ability to defend or steal the kids is limited. Result!

    Decent laser tattoo removal services are also available at far lower cost than your average divorce settlement.

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