Friday, November 03, 2006

Crazy Titch Found Guilty of Murder



For those that didn't read the RWDmag Breaking news...
Part One (the day before the verdict)

Since November 14, Carl Dobson (Crazy Titch), Dwayne J. Mahorn (Durrty Goodz previously Doogz) and Anthony Green (step-father) have been on remand and charged with the murder of Richard Holmes. When the court case started on September 11, the Central Criminal Court in London’s Old Bailey has seen protected witnesses, analysing of lyrics and numerous evidence such as mobile phone records presented in front of a 12 person jury.
It may have started out in court 10 but now the (approaching) two month old trial has been bumped up to the more high-profile court 1. The same court that has seen many a high-status case, more recently seeing So Solid’s Dwayne Vincent aka Megaman cleared of murder in September.
After all the evidence was collected last week the Defence and the Prosecution rested and the jury were sent out to deliberate. Today in court, the defendants awaited their fate. With the jury deliberating since Friday their decision was supposed to be imminent. The first person to take their seat was Titch, minus his ‘Crazy Pimp’ hat he was in a plain grey tracksuit and looked untroubled with proceedings yet nervous. The second was an unrecognisable Goodz, in cream top and grey bottoms. Crazy’s step-brother (previously on Polydor Records) was different to the eye as he was minus his trademark braids as seen in Dubplate Drama and sporting reading glasses. He seemed distant from everyone around him and was followed by Anthony Green their step-father who was in a shirt and tie, his hair was out in an afro style and he sat slumped in his chair.
In the viewing gallery was the victim’s mother, aunt, sister and other family and friends. Sat opposite were the defendant’s family/ friends, including Carl’s mother Catherine Nathanial and football coach, Ray. After the court was adjourned for lunch, Ms Nathanial tells RWD, “I remember the issues Carl was in, I bet you remember Romeo.” She states of Crazy’s dog who NO-ONE can forget. “I’ve been coming back and forth to this court since September 11...” She goes on to tell RWD her views on the case and the way they’ve been treated. [To read more of what Crazy Titch’s mother has to say about him, the case and more inside court news… Stay locked to RWDmag.com or pick up the next issue].
Whilst we wait for the jury to make their decision Ray, tells RWD about Crazy’s footballing ability, “He’s sh*t,” Ray jokes and continues with, “He plays on the right wing. I remember when he scored his first goal, he ran around the pitch… twice.” After more talk of the case, we’re invited back into Court 1. As the judge enters, we rise and then await the jury.
They take a long slow time to get to their seats and tell the judge a decision is still not agreed, they are now going onto their sixth day of looking over evidence. Stay tuned for more updates on this case as and when it happens.

Part Two (The Verdict)... I wrote this moments after leaving the court...

After six days of deliberating, the jury finally came back with their verdict today at 2pm. It was a short wait for proceedings to start as the viewing gallery slowly filled with police and friends/ family of the defendants. Yesterday we told you what has happened so far and when the jury slowly took their seats a hush swarmed Court 1.
In the dock sat Carl Dobson (Crazy Titch) who wore a black blazer and grey patterned t-shirt, he was joined by the second defendant and step-brother Goodz (again in cream top and grey bottoms) and a shirt and tie-clad step father, Anthony Green. Titch was looking round the room and seemed tired, Goodz had his hands in a prayer-like pose, with his head down and Green sat furthest away from the gallery. First the jury were told to stand, then the defendants. The judge turned to the jury and asked the head/ lead juror if they had reached a verdict. She relayed in a semi-confident manor that they had.
23 year-old Carl Dobson and 35 year-old Anthony Green were found guilty of murder. As soon as Titch’s verdict was read out Goodz broke into tears and was rocking back and forth to await his own fate. Dwayne J. Mahorn (Durry Goodz) was found not guilty of murder or the lesser charge of manslaughter. At that point the judge sent Goodz away to be released with immediate effect.
After the verdict (which shocked friends and family in the gallery) - with Titch’s distraught mother leaving only to return moments later, the list of previous convictions were read out for sentencing.
Serving 332 days and 328 days respectively, Crazy Titch and Anthony Green awaited the judge’s summary. Onlookers listened in as he read out a heart-felt statement from the 21 year-old victim Richard Holme’s mother. Finishing his summary he went on to state, “even though we can’t say who fired the fatal shots…”, “Holmes met a chilling and unnecessary death.”, “Holmes was shot in the arm, leg and the back (as he obviously tried to run away.”, “Dobson you played a prominent role in his death.” The trial ended with them both being sentenced to 30 years in prison.

Stay locked to RWDmag.com and the next issue of RWD [out Nov 17] for more information/ details

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

I dunno what to say man.. speechless..

Danny Walker said...

I feel for BOTH families to be honest.

Anonymous said...

crazy, what a waste of your life man, all for what?? ur lyrics wer deep!! 30 years locked up. i'm sure you deeply regret this!! This shows that killing is pointless, only to wish u could reverse the time, but oh well too late. pity for victims family to. r.i.p richard

Anonymous said...

COMPLETE WASTE OF LIFE TITCH 30 YEARS TO THINK THOU AYE. SILLY WANKER GOOD

Lee said...

It a shame no 1 should be shot up ya get me but titch wasnt given a fair trial unless they had evidence he fired shots it shdnt b like dat. other mans js got 9 years 4 killin n rapin babys so whats dat about, crazy always a fan breakin da scene is big n hope u still make a carrer g, peace

sly one said...

crazy man, tut tut, u were big man, but u threw it all away, im dissapointed. that killing was not serious, i thought u were a serious guy.

Danny Walker said...

Reading back on what I've written, I think I'm still in shock over the WHOLE chain of events. Lives have truly been wasted and when you consider how long 30 years actually is, boy it all seems nuts.

Having Titch look up at me in the viewing gallery when his mother was upset and then marched out, seeing Goodz cry before being lead away to freedom… I don’t think those images will ever leave my head.

Anonymous said...

speechlees man you dont die for music u die for ur kids ,put the guns away

Anonymous said...

TITCH is an idiot! he always went too far. look at the beed wid him and dizee he was ragin about how he wanted to beat him up and dizee neva done anythin so u can imagine wot he wa slike when the 16yr old merked him! totally stupid. i feel for titch' mother and the family NOT for titch. evidence is there! positivly i.d.!

Anonymous said...

wot a waste! big man aye! your gonna be 53 when you come out you mug, well done for acting bad. look where its got ya. your gonna be someones wife now mate.

Anonymous said...

Your gonna be someones wife now mate, maybe this is gods way of showing you that guns will lead to you being woken up in the middle of the night by your big cellmate!

lilthug reppin ig8 said...

wots gd g crazy titch y shoot him come on man u cud of at least swang it out any wayz titch u got 30 YEARS blud by tym u get out you'll b 53 u'll b 2 old 2 spit unless u get a re-trail

Anonymous said...

u got 30 yours its a waste of lyf

Anonymous said...

what a pity... i thought your music, bars, lyrics and unique style had potential but its a shame it had 2 end dis way.. i feel for both families and feel that it didnt have 2 end dis way (u could have at least had swingers) & hope this serves as a deterrent 2 ohters.....

stop da gun crime!!

Anonymous said...

waste bre titch waste man lockedup 4 30 yrs dickheadddddddddddddddddd shame neways crazy gt a new sing along his in jail and his wearing a thong his sums one bitch nw hhahah gay gay gay gay stil man z stop da gun crime fuckin hail man

Anonymous said...

still cant beleev titch iz locked for life man its just shockin.. it didnt hav 2 be like dat he woz a SICK mc he had his hole life ahead of him and now hes fucked it , wot a watse
stop da guns ppl
Plus it woz all over a few bars.. surely a life could of been spared over a few bars, or sorted out anutha way

Anonymous said...

Read the police's report. I'm sure there's a lot more to it than the police know.

http://chantellefiddy.blogspot.com/2006/11/world-gone-crazy-few-people-have.html

Anonymous said...

Read the police's report. I'm sure there's a lot more to it than the police know.

http://chantellefiddy.blogspot.com/2006/11/world-gone-crazy-few-people-have.html

Anonymous said...

hope he has learned his lesson crime doesnt pay my heart goes out to the family and friends wholost richard R.I.P

hardcunt.dnbmargate said...

hate that. sik lyricist

Dizzee Rascal said...

Titch was a wanker, go and type in crazy titch on you tube and see what a plum he was. trouble maker gets locked up.GRRRREEEEEAAAAAAT! Fuck him he was shit anyway. from crazy titch to convicts bitch

Anonymous said...

This trial was clearly not fair on Titchs behalf. People are getting 10 years for murder which they ADMIT to, and most likely serving less than the actual sentence. All other "sick" murders worse than this have been happening I.E people being chopped to pieces. Even they get a life sentence of 21 years. Titch gets 30 WHOLE YEARS, do you know how long that actually is? 30 god damn years, it is not sure if HE actually PULLED the trigger, why should he be sentenced to 30 if they don't even know who pulled the trigger, this means that the actual shooter could still be out there. United Kingdom needs to fix up.

Anonymous said...

good c u later wasteman be cumming out like a oldman lol puss

Crow said...

i say free titch. its like u all thought he was a studio gangster n shit.... titch is real.

Anonymous said...

these people spend their lives living up to gangster stereotypes, mixing with other trashy people.

no wonder it ends up like this

good riddance i say, keep the trash locked up where they should be.

absoloutely talentless anyway, listen to the rubbish they talk about

not musicians

just thugs