Sam Walker says he is a 'modern communist' as he mocks police with taunting ...

A fugitive gangster, who filmed mocking videos of himself outside police headquarters in a Lamborghini super car, has declared himself a 'modern communist'.

On the run Sam Walker, 32, has been on the run for three months after he failed to show up to court for driving offences.

Since then, he's become notorious for posting videos on Twitter and Instagram showing himself freely leaving and entering the UK.

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Walker, 32, from Liverpool, has been taunting authorities since he went on the run

Walker, 32, from Liverpool, has been taunting authorities since he went on the run

Walker, from Liverpool, has been hailed a hero for helping to install a pipeline for fresh water in a slum outside Freetown, Sierra Leone

Walker, from Liverpool, has been hailed a hero for helping to install a pipeline for fresh water in a slum outside Freetown, Sierra Leone

But now, Walker has billed himself as a 'rouge philanthropist', and says he is on a mission to help slum dwellers in Sierra Leone.

Despite a taste for champagne, designer clothes and fast cars, Walker says he became a communist after reading the works of Fidel Castro and others in prison.

'The point is nobody should be a billionaire,' he said. 

'That wealth should be distributed. The super-rich have stupid money. Nobody in this world should be poor.

This map shows the route Walker took to return to the UK via what appears to have been a holiday in Dubai

This map shows the route Walker took to return to the UK via what appears to have been a holiday in Dubai

Walker has also filmed taunting videos of himself entering the UK in a light aircraft

Walker has also filmed taunting videos of himself entering the UK in a light aircraft

'Here's the thing. Regardless of where my money's come from, whether it's

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