Logan Mwangi murder: Mum, stepdad and teen sentenced – BBC News

‘A mother, stepfather and a teenager have been given life sentences for murdering five-year-old Logan Mwangi and dumping his body in a river.’

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BBC News, 30th June 2022

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Worcestershire pizza shop owner found guilty of murdering and burying his wife – The Guardian

‘A pizza shop owner has been convicted of murdering his wife and burying her body in an unmarked grave that police did not discover for more than six months, despite extensive searches.’

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The Guardian, 3rd May 2022

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Greater Manchester Police officer who had sex with rape victim jailed – BBC News

‘A “predatory” police officer who had a secret sexual relationship with a rape victim has been jailed.’

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BBC News, 4th April 2022

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Former boyfriend who kidnapped Angel Lynn has sentence increased – The Guardian

‘The former boyfriend of a woman who was left with catastrophic brain injuries when she fell out of a van he had bundled her into has had his prison sentence increased.’

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The Guardian, 23rd March 2022

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Man handed life sentence for attacking girlfriend and killing her unborn baby – The Independent

‘A man has been handed a life sentence for attacking his girlfriend and killing her unborn child.’

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The Independent, 6th January 2022

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Kerry Woolley murder: Killer jailed alongside accomplice mum – BBC News

‘A man who stabbed, smothered and strangled his girlfriend has been jailed alongside his mother, who helped him try to cover up his crime.’

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BBC News, 8th December 2021

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Ex-barrister wins appeal over first-ever life sentence for perverting justice – Legal Futures

‘A former barrister who received the first-ever life sentence for perverting the course of justice, over claims she made against another barrister, has won her appeal against sentence.’

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Legal Futures, 29th November 2021

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Teenager’s stabbing was not unlawful killing, coroner rules – The Guardian

‘A coroner has ruled she could not be sure of the exact circumstances in which a teenager died after being knifed in the heart by his friend but ruled out unlawful killing.’

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The Guardian, 17th November 2021

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Charity’s private prosecution ‘perverting the course of public justice’ – Law Society Gazette

“A specialist law firm and animal rights charity may have been engaged in ‘systemic fraud’ and ‘perverting the course of justice’, by bringing abusive and unfounded private prosecutions, a judge has said.”

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Law Society Gazette, 4th November 2021

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Rachel Wilson killing: Keith Hall jailed for 2002 attack – BBC News

‘A man who got a teenage girl hooked on drugs and forced her into prostitution to fund his own habit before killing her has been jailed.’

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BBC News, 1st November 2021

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‘Obsessed’ doctor jailed after spinning web of lies to sabotage flatmate’s relationships – The Independent

‘A jealous doctor has been jailed after orchestrating a fake campaign of abuse as part of a web of lies to sabotage his flatmate’s relationships.’

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The Independent, 18th October 2021

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Burnley man who claimed spirits murdered victims jailed – BBC News

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‘A man who murdered a doctor and her daughter in “a brutal, shocking attack” has been jailed for life.’

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BBC News, 5th October 2021

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Bernadette Walker: Man jailed for life for murdering girl who called him her father – The Independent

‘A man who murdered the teenage girl who called him her father has been sentenced to life in prison and must serve 32 years before he can be considered for release.’

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The Independent. 11th September 2021

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Man found guilty of murdering daughter, 17, missing since last July – The Guardian

‘A man has been found guilty of murdering his 17-year-old daughter, who went missing last July and whose body has never been found.’

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The Guardian, 26th July 2021

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Two teenage boys guilty of murder of Oliver Stephens, 13 – The Guardian

‘Two 14-year-old boys who “ambushed” a 13-year-old and stabbed him to death after a dispute on social media have been found guilty of his murder.’

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The Guardian, 26th July 2021

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Killer Colin Pitchfork to be released from prison after challenge fails – The Guardian

‘The child killer and rapist Colin Pitchfork is to be freed from prison after the Parole Board rejected calls from the government to reconsider the controversial decision.’

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The Guardian, 14th July 2021

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Aram Sheibani: International drugs boss with luxury lifestyle jailed – BBC News

‘A man who was the “very head” of a large-scale international drugs conspiracy with links to Colombia has been jailed.’

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BBC News, 10th June 2021

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‘Judicial’ Hillsborough inquiry questionnaires cast doubt on trial ruling – The Guardian

‘Further doubt has been cast on the ruling that stopped the trial of two former South Yorkshire police officers and the force’s ex-lawyer on charges of perverting the course of public justice, for amending police statements after the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.’

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The Guardian, 3rd June 2021

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Two Merseyside police officers jailed for covering up colleague’s assault – The Guardian

‘Two police officers have been sent to prison and a third handed a suspended sentence by a judge who said they took part in “what can only be described as a cover-up” over a colleague’s assault of an innocent man.’

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The Guardian, 27th May 2021

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CPS statement on Hillsborough ruling – Crown Prosecution Service

‘The Nightingale Court at The Lowry Theatre, Manchester, has found there is no case for Peter Metcalf, former Chief Superintendent Donald Denton and former Detective Chief Inspector Alan Foster to answer on the charges of perverting the course of justice in relation to their actions following the Hillsborough disaster in 1989.’

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Crown Prosecution Service, 26th May 2021

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