One Bad Decision
Posted by Childress on May 29, 2006
Unintended consequences. A little Ecstasy dealing never hurt anyone, right? How one mistake can lead to tragedy!
THE graduate who fell four storeys to his death at Liverpool’s World Museum was four days away from appearing in court on drugs charges, the Daily Post has learned.
Scientist Alexander Dutton, 24, was due in court for possessing ecstasy with intent to supply when he apparently killed himself.
The former Wirral Grammar School pupil had no previous convictions and had vowed never to have anything to do with the drug again.
Last night, his father, Richmond Dutton, said he did not believe his son killed himself because he could not face the shame of a conviction.
Dr Dutton, from Prenton, said he remained mystified by his son’s death.