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May 29, 2013

WATLING:PARAMEDIC ORDERED COLLEAGUES TO STOP CPR ON DYING MAN

SITTINGBOURNE, KENT A senior paramedic ordered colleagues to stop giving CPR to a dying man while she chatted to his carer, a hearing was told today (Weds). Sonia Watling gave the order despite the fact the patient's life could still have been saved, it is alleged. She is accused of failing to assess the man and communicating poorly with workmates during a call-out on February 11, 2011. Watling was called out from Sittingbourne Ambulance Station in Kent to treat the patient, who was suffering from pneumonia.
  May 29, 2013

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GILBEY: CARE HOME KILLING ACCUSED IN COURT

SHADWELL, EAST LONDON A 17-year-old boy accused of strangling an elderly widow to death in a care home appeared at the Old Bailey today (Weds). The teenager, who cannot be named, is alleged to have attacked Margery Gilbey, 89, on May 24. She was found dead in her room at the Sonali Gardens sheltered accommodation in Shadwell, east London, by a care assistant. Mrs Gilbey had been strangled and stabbed in the neck and her room had been ransacked.
 
May 29, 2013

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WALLACE: DRUNK TOSSED IN THE AIR BY SCAFFOLDING LORRY

ROMFORD A lorry driver mowed down and killed a pedestrian after becoming distracted while chatting to his passenger, a court heard today (Weds). Peter Wallace, 50, hit drunken Rafal Kuzniar in his 7.5 tonne flatbed scaffolders' truck as the victim staggered across the Victoria Embankment in central London, jurors heard. Wallace's passenger, Grant Pike, tried to raise the alarm after spotting the pedestrian and shouted 'stop' just moments before the collision. But Mr Pike was forced to look on helplessly as Wallace was unable to brake in time, the court was told.
  May 29, 2013

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FRAME: JAIL FOR LOCK-IN KNIFEMAN

SALFORD, ECCLES, GREATER MANCHESTER A former RAF serviceman who attacked a drinking partner after inviting him to a lock-in at his mother's pub was jailed for a year today (Weds). Clifford Frame, 31, charged at Warren Lord with a kitchen knife and pizza cutter as he returned from a trip to Tesco to buy cigarettes. Frame yelled 'I'm going to kill you' and tried to stab the father-of-one in the neck before his father arrived and managed to separate the pair. A judge at Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court told him the attack was so serious jail was the only option.
 
May 29, 2013

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COOPER: RECRUITMENT BOSS 'THREATENED RBS CHIEF'

BARNET, NORTH LONDON A former recruitment boss threatened to release the address of RBS Chief Executive Stephen Hester's children in a bid to force him to admit she was framed by the bank, a court heard today (weds). Ruby Cooper, 52, also sent emails to Met Police Chief Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe accusing the force of conspiring with the bank to bring false charges against her, it was said. She was arrested last year on suspicion of sending a letter addressed to Mr Hester containing a vial of a substance purporting to be poison.
  May 29, 2013

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HARTLEY:SUN'S WHITEHALL EDITOR ACCUSED OF BRIBING CUSTOMS OFFICIAL

BROCKLEY, SOUTHEAST LONDON; KENTISH TOWN, NORTHWEST LONDON A politics editor at The Sun appeared in court today (weds) accused of bribing a government official for details on the 2010 Budget. Clodagh Hartley, 38, allegedly paid £17,475 over more than three years to HMRC press officer Jonathan Hall, 52, in exchange for information. She is accused of authorising the bungs while Whitehall editor at the tabloid to get scoops on job losses at the department, internal policies, and advance details of the 2010 budget. Hartley is said to have funnelled the money to Hall through his partner Marta Bukarewicz, 44.
 
May 29, 2013

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WHYLIE:TOE SURGERY MODEL FACES A RETRIAL

BRENTFORD, MIDDLESEX A model accused of using stolen credit card details to pay for £5,000 worth of surgery to correct her excessively long toes faces a retrial after a jury failed to reach verdicts against her. Denise Whylie, 38, who also works as an actress, is said to have given a false name when booking into a Harley Street clinic for the procedure for her 'mallet toe' deformity. Whylie then allegedly dodged follow-up appointments while a man claiming to be her uncle paid over the phone for the procedure. A jury at Blackfriars Crown Court was discharged today (weds) after failing to come to a verdict after six hours and 12 minutes of deliberation.
  May 22, 2013

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OFFICER HURT IN OLD BAILEY DOCK MAYHEM

CAMBERWELL An Old Bailey dock officer was seriously injured today (Weds) after she was attacked by a gang member who torched the car used in a drive-by killing. The female Serco guard was assaulted by Romario Henry, 21, as a jury unanimously convicted him of perverting the course of justice. Henry tried to help Christopher Gabriel, 25, and a second man, who cannot be named, get away with the shooting of Nana Darko-Frempong, 18. He was gunned down outside his home in Tulse Hill, south London, just for being 'in the wrong place at the wrong time'. A pistol and a sawn-off shotgun were used to blast him in the face and stomach in the attack on June 6, 2011.
 
May 22, 2013

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SHAH:TYCOON USED PROSTITUTES BUT DID NOT RAPE SCHOOLGIRL

WOOTTON BASSETT, CHIPPENHAM, WILTSHIRE; WEST MALLING, SWANLEY, KENT Former newspaper tycoon Eddy Shah met a prostitute for sex in London's top hotels but did not rape a 14-year-old in the same suites, a court heard today (Weds). A woman, who is now 34, claims she was attacked by Shah, 69, and a second man after she was introduced to them by call girl Susan Davies. Davies, who is now 53, was given £650 by Shah after the teenager had sex with him 'to pay off her credit card bill,' it is claimed. The alleged victim said she was made to wear suspenders under smart suits to meet Shah and was told to use particular perfumes by Davies.
  May 22, 2013

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DOWNEY:IRA SUSPECT IN COURT ACCUSED OF 1982 HYDE PARK BOMBING

COUNTY DONEGHAL, REPUBLIC OF IRELAND A suspected IRA terrorist appeared in court today (weds) accused of murdering four soldiers in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing. John Anthony Downey, 61, is said to have planted the nail bomb which killed four members of the Royal Household Cavalry, Blues and Royals as they headed for Buckingham Palace. Soldiers Roy Bright, Dennis Daly, Simon Tipper and Geoffrey Young died along with several horses, and other members of the Household Cavalry were badly injured in the blast on July 20, 1982. The soldiers had set off from their barracks to a changing of the guards ceremony when the bomb, packed with 25 pounds of explosives and nails, detonated.
 
May 22, 2013

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CHINCHILLA:SPANIARD ACCUSED OF RAIDING CASH BOX AT ST PAUL'S

FOREST GATE, EAST LONDON A Spaniard accused of stealing £3,000 in jewels and cash donations from St Paul's Cathedral appeared in court today (weds). Eduardo Saiz-Chinchilla, 23, allegedly used a fire extinguisher to smash open a glass donations box before grabbing money left by visitors. Staff also found £2,000 of jewels had been taken from the gift shop overnight when they arrived at work on March 3, City of London Magistrates' Court heard.
  May 22, 2013

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COOKE:POLICE OFFICER CLEARED OF TRYING TO FRAME BANKER

SHOREDITCH, EAST LONDON; COLCHESTER, ESSEX A police officer was today (weds) cleared of trying to frame an innocent banker for assault. PC Jason Cooke, 42, was said to have concocted a case against Anthony Jordine by claiming the 29-year-old pushed him into a shop window in Brick Lane, Shoreditch, east London. But the Met Police officer insisted he 'pre-emptively' struck Mr Jordine in the face because he feared he was about to be attacked himself. He blamed Mr Jordine for 'immaturely' sparking the incident on February 26 last year and said he used proportionate force to detain the suspect.

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