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    Might as You took advantage of people who have no way of caring for themselves. Old people are one of several vulnerable groups I would have assumed this would maybe prevent you from getting In? Not sure as you're young They may see It as just taking money and not doing any hard unless someone died from not paying their fois Bill or stress as a result of You stealing money.
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    Scumbag.
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    I hope you don't get accepted.
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    I don't know anything about the GOC but exploiting vulnerable people is likely to be taken more seriously in a potential healthcare professional than drink driving. The General Medical Council certainly take a dim view of violence and probity offences - I presume the GOC will take a similar approach. I hope you still have the £25,000 as there's a very good chance that this will be retrieved on top of a criminal conviction and punishment.
 
 
 
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