Tesco blackmail trial: farmer convicted of spiking baby food – The Guardian

Posted August 21st, 2020 in blackmail, criminal damage with intent to endanger life, food, news by sally

‘A sheep farmer is facing a “lengthy custodial sentence” after being convicted of planting baby food laced with metal shards in stores as part of a long-running blackmail plot against Tesco.’

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The Guardian, 20th August 2020

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Gang members jailed for shootings – The Independent

” Five members of an underworld gang responsible for a series of shootings, and leaving a hand grenade on the front wall of Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish’s home were today jailed for life.”

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The Independent, 16th March 2012

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Woman jailed after using drill to sink estranged husband’s £75,000 yacht – The Guardian

Posted October 7th, 2011 in criminal damage with intent to endanger life, news, sentencing by sally

“A ‘manipulative and angry’ woman has been jailed for 18 months after drilling holes in her estranged husband’s £75,000 yacht and causing it to sink on Valentine’s Day.”

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The Guardian, 6th October 2011

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Police face damages over arrest of nurse accused of poisoning patients – Daily Telegraph

“A hospital poisoner who attacked patients may have had more than 40 victims, police fear.”

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Daily Telegraph, 3rd September 2011

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