Prisoner rights advocate and serial jailbreaker, Arthur Taylor, believes Te Ariki Poulgrain’s escape from custody was a pre-planned effort rather than a chance dash for freedom, Stuff reports. Taylor is pleased that Poulgrain, 23, has not hurt anyone during his time on the run. Poulgrain, who remains at large, broke free while attending a scheduled appointment at the Auckland University optometry clinic in Park Rd, on the afternoon of June 30.
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