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JAMAN:BROTHERS OF CELEBRITY JIHADI HELPED EXTREMISTS FIGHT FOR IS


cnl_islamic_state_copy3.jpgPORTSMOUTH, HANTS

Two brothers of 'a celebrity jihadi' helped at least eight extremists travel to Syria to create an Islamic State, a court heard today (tues).

Tuhin Shahensha, 27, and Mustakim Jaman, 23, allegedly shared the same deeply-held radical beliefs as Ifthekar Jaman, who was killed fighting in the war-torn country in December 2013.

Jaman and Shahensha used social media sites such as WhatsApp and Kik to help men travel from Portsmouth to Syria while Shahensha also planned to fight there himself, jurors heard.

Police discovered more than 17,000 messages relating to ISIS and the creation of an Islamic State on their phones, Kingston Crown Court was told.

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Warped knifeman Gulam Chowdhury stabbed cab controller Mohammed Afzal 22 times in a frenzied attack 'to serve the woman he loved'. The judge described the footage as the most horrific he had ever seen. Chowdhury was convicted of murder and jailed for at least 28 years.

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May 05, 2015

HAIGAN:CARER SHARED SNAKE SEX FILM WTH COLLEAGUES


cnl_t_hagen_web_copy1.jpg ILFORD, ALDGATE, EAST LONDON

A carer who used Whatsap to share extreme films of a woman having sex with a snake, a horse and a dog faces jail today (TUES).

Tracey Haigan, 52, kept a collection of nine extreme pornographic movies on her mobile phone while working at a nursing home for vulnerable adults.

She was arrested in June 2013 after a colleague spotted her and two other carers watching one of the movies in the staff kitchen of a care centre in Ilford, Essex.

Haigan appeared 'intrigued and shocked' rather than disgusted by the movie, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.


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  May 05, 2015

AYETTEY:NURSE GROPED STUDENT'S BREASTS AND BOTTOM


cnl_v_ayettey.jpgHAMMERSMITH, WEST LONDON

A senior nurse groped a student's bottom and begged her: 'Rub me too.'

Vincent Ayettey told the young woman she 'owed' him a hug during an interview before pestering her throughout the night at Hammersmith Hospital, west London, it was said.

She was left feeling 'scared and trapped' after Ayettey took her into the staff room.

He then fondled her breast and bottom, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.


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May 05, 2015

BIDWEL:NURSE SWAPPED EXPLICIT MESSAGES WITH COLLEAGUE


REDHILL, SURREY

A nurse misused an internal email messaging system to swap explicit messages with a colleague, a hearing was told.

Andrew Bidwel bypassed strict filters that would normally block graphic sexual references and references to extreme violence.

The occupational health advisor, who worked in Capita Health's Surrey office, used the company's 'Reminders' system to exchange hundreds of such messages with a pal in the admin department.

The messages were sent attached to patients' electronic medical notes and could be viewed by staff and members of the public alike, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.


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  May 05, 2015

NOBLE:ROBBER HELD UP BANKS ARMED WITH A COAT HANGER


CLAPHAM, EAST DULWICH, SOUTH LONDON; PETTS WOOD, KENT

A bank robber who stole more than £12,000 in a series of raids armed only with a coat hanger is facing jail.

Marlon Noble, 35, wrapped the metal hanger in an orange Sainsbury's carrier bag as he went on a three-month long armed robbery spree.

He carried out eight robberies using his homemade 'weapon', including four raids on the Lloyds TSB branch in Clapham Common which is just a three minute walk from his home.

During one robbery, he waved the 'gun' around and told terrified staff: 'Face the wall or I will shoot you'.


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