A Pennsylvania thug, who recently tried to convince a court that drugs found in his rectum didn’t belong to him, has just gotten some really bad news after the judge in the case delivered the perfect reply to the punk’s utter nonsense, which only proved you can’t fix stupid — but you can put it behind bars.
According to Daily Mail, a Pennsylvania inmate has lost his appeal after trying to convince a judge that drugs found hidden in his rectum didn’t belong to him. Now, this whopper of a lie might have worked in the past when the punk was pulled over by the cops, but the judge, in this case, wasn’t buying it.
According to PennLive, 36-year-old Edwin Greco Wylie-Biggs caught the attention of a corrections officer who immediately ordered a strip search after observing another inmate pass something to Wylie-Biggs at the State Correctional Institution Fayette.
Wylie-Biggs was ordered to bend over and spread his buttocks just before corrections officers found a small plastic bag sticking out of his rectum. You could not pay me enough to take that job. Corrections officers deserve a tremendous amount of gratitude for their unpleasant work.
Searchers discovered that the bag that was sticking out of Wylie-Biggs’ rectum contained synthetic marijuana, also known as k2. Needless to say, that kind of contraband is frowned upon in correctional facilities, and Wylie-Biggs was on the hook for possessing an illegal substance. In April 2017, a judge sentenced Wylie-Biggs to an additional three to six years in prison for possessing contraband.
However, Wylie-Biggs appealed the charge, claiming that Pennsylvania prison officials didn’t provide proof that the synthetic marijuana found in his body cavity belonged to him. Now, Senior Judge William Platt has put an end to Wylie-Biggs’ ludicrous appeal with a ruling that basically states that because the drugs were found in Wylie-Biggs’ own butt, he was the rightful owner and, therefore, guilty of possession.
According to state records, Wylie-Biggs has since been transferred to State Correctional Institute Dallas, which is approximately 30 miles southwest of Scranton.
According to Daily Mail, this isn’t the first time the degenerate has been in jail. In January 2014, Wylie-Biggs jumped off of the Glassport-Clairton Bridge and fell almost 100 feet while fleeing from police. The following August, Wylie-Biggs pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering another person, fleeing an officer, possession of heroin with intent to sell, and other related charges.
Two months later, Wylie-Biggs was sentenced to two to four years in prison. In January 2012, sheriff’s deputies were forced to search for Wylie-Biggs after he failed to attend a mandatory alcohol and drug group session at Renewal Center Inc halfway house.
When deputies finally located Wylie-Biggs, a 90-minute standoff ensued. Police said that Wylie-Biggs held two hostages and threatened to shoot anyone who entered the residence where he was holding them. He surrendered to police and was taken to Allegheny County Jail following the incident.
In 2002, Wylie-Biggs was arrested and charged with several crimes, including aggravated assault, fleeing and eluding, ramming a police vehicle and trying to run over a police officer, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. I think this string of serious crimes proves that Wylie-Biggs isn’t someone who belongs walking around free in society. His little escapade involving drugs stashed in his rectum is just downright disgusting and the extra three to six years in prison is more than appropriate.
Wylie-Biggs tried to live the thug life and discovered that, at the end of the road, there was only emptiness and consequences. Too many of America’s youth are encouraged to glorify the kinds of things that Wylie-Biggs did, and they are likely to repeat many of his mistakes.
I think the senior judge in Pennsylvania got it right, here. He knew that Wylie-Biggs would only go out and commit other crimes and victimize more innocent people if he were released earlier. We can only hope that this degenerate is stupid enough to get caught trying to smuggle other contraband into prison and ends up behind bars for the rest of his life.