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The head of a Devon order of monks says it is not fair to blame their tonic wine for crime being committed in SCOTLAND.Cops from the former Strathclyde Police linked Buckfast Tonic Wine to nearly 6,500 crime reports in the last three years.
It was initially sold to the public with the message: "Three small glasses a day for good health and lively blood." However, in a Freedom of Information answer from Strathclyde Police - which became Police Scotland in April - Buckfast, also known as Buckie, was mentioned in 6,496 crime reports from 2010 to 2012.
Hampshire firm J Chandler and Co, which bottles and sells the drink, is taking legal action to stop the force adding its own anti-crime labels to bottles of the tonic wine. "I don't want Buckfast Abbey to be associated with broken bottles and drunks. No." He added: "I've heard people say we should ban Buckfast.
Police Scotland declined to comment because of the ongoing legal action.
However, David Charlesworth told BBC News: "We don't make a product for it to be abused. "It annoys me to think that these problems, all the social deprivation of an area of Scotland, is being put on our doorstep. "I'm not producing drugs, which I know are going to be used abusively." The abbot continued: "If I say I don't feel any responsibility that makes me sound like a heartless so and so.
BUCKFAST has been linked to almost 7000 crimes in Scotland over the past three years, new figures reveal.
The tonic wine is being mentioned six times a day in crime reports compiled by police officers across the country.
The offences involving the drink, made by Benedictine monks in Devon, include attempted murder, assaults with weapons and sexual attacks.
Police have expressed concerns over links between Buckfast and violence.
They have been denied by the firm, which says it is not to blame for individuals' actions.
The latest figures, compiled before the formation of Scotland's single police force, show in the Strathclyde area Buckfast was mentioned in 6496 reports over the past three years.
That is a rise of almost 1000 from the previous three years, and the force said the figure could be even higher as multiple offences can be included in one crime report.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating