Skeptic News: Voodoo Doll FAIL

In Ottowa, Canada, a convicted fraudster out on bail after being sentenced to seven years in prison for forging credit cards had voodoo dolls depicting a judge, prosecutors and police officers.

Robert Cattrall was out on bail pending an appeal of an earlier conviction for fraud-related offences committed for the benefit of a criminal organization. He created the dolls in the likenesses of Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Smith, Prosecutor Dallas Mack, Deputy Crown attorney Brian Holowka, assistant Crown attorney Matthew Humphreys and detectives Andrew Buchan and Mike Hudson.

The judges head was pierced, the detectives heart and the prosecutors dolls genitalia.

Cattralls voodoo did not improve his chances at trial and he still faces 14 breaches of recognizance and three counts of possessing devices that could be used for forging credit cards.

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