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October 30, 2014
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SUKARIA:GROPING DENTIST IS 'KIND, HONEST AND CARING' MAN

BARNSLEY, YORKS A dentist accused of groping a nurse is a 'kind, honest, generous and caring man', a tribunal heard. Fadi Sukaria allegedly asked his colleague if she had any 'rude' pictures or videos on her phone. He groped the woman repeatedly at Primecare Oral Health Services, The Gateway Dental Centre in Barnsley, the General Dental Council has heard. When he heard she was suffering from cystitis, Sukaria allegedly said: 'I have a magic tongue to make it better.'

 
October 30, 2014
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DOMINGOS:STUDENT FACING JAIL FOR NANDO'S KNIFE ATTACK

ROMFORD, BARKING, ESSEX A student who repeatedly stabbed a teenager in front of horrified diners in a busy Nando's restaurant is facing years in jail. Pedrito Domingos, 20, savagely attacked 19-year-old Joshua Acheampong as he tucked into his food in the Brewery Shopping Centre, Romford, Essex. CCTV footage showed Domingos charging at his victim and knifing him repeatedly as diners scattered in terror. Mr Acheampong staggered to his feet and tried to chase Domingos, but he collapsed after taking only a few steps.

 



 
October 29, 2014
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SIBERY:NEW BAN FOR HEROIN INJECTING DOCTOR

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND A doctor who watched his wife collapse after injecting her with heroin was handed a new 10-month ban after a tribunal ruled he is still not fit to practise. Dr Ashley Sibery plied wife Sital with the deadly drug at their home in London Street, Edinburgh. The couple had both been drinking when Sibery confessed he had been using heroin for the past two months and his partner threatened to end the marriage if he did not quit his habit. But despite her ultimatum, the GP was able to persuade her to take what was supposed to be his final hit on the evening of April 1, 2012.

 
October 29, 2014

PYATT:REPORTER SENT TO HOME OF GLIDER TRAGEDY MUM

READING, BERKS; SAFFRON WALDEN, BRENTWOOD, ESSEX The mother of a teenager killed in a gliding accident questioned how The Sun almost instantly discovered her grief-stricken family's address, a court heard. Nicholas Rice, 15, died on 14 June 2009 after a collision involving two glider aircraft in Drayton, Reading, Berks, Kingston Crown Court was told today (WED). Nicholas' family, who had not released any personal details, were left shocked when a Sun journalist approached them at their home just one day later. On 16 June, The Sun published an article 'Tribute to Glider Lad Nick, 15' written by Jamie Pyatt, a senior reporter on the newspaper.

 
October 29, 2014

DOWSON:HEADACHE EXPERT INVOLVED IN SHARES SCANDAL

SOUTH LONDON One of Britain's top experts on headaches bought shares in a company knowing they would rocket in value if research project he was leading for the firm was successful, a tribunal heard. Dr Andrew Dowson worked as chief investigator on the Migraine Intervention with STARflex Technology (MIST) trial from 2004 and was listed as its lead author when the results were finally published in 2008. The trial was sponsored by the now-defunct American biotech company, NMT Medical, who made a device to close heart defects with the intention of eliminating migraines. Dr Dowson, who is the Director of Headache Services at London's King's College Hospital, has admitted failing to disclose buying shares in the company following the approval of the trial.

 
October 29, 2014
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CHHAVRA: BOASTING POT DEALERS FACE JAIL

CENTRAL LONDON A gang of drug dealers who posed for selfies with wads of cash and a bagful of powerful skunk weed are facing jail today (weds). More than 100 detectives seized large quantities of cash and narcotics in a series of dawn raids on 18 homes in May, following a bloody turf war. Mobile phones were also found containing images of the shameless gang members posing with drugs and banknotes. The north Kensington drug ring were arrested after a police operation was set up in response to a spate of violent assaults.

 
October 29, 2014

PUBLIC HAD RIGHT TO KNOW ABOUT CHILD KILLER'S CUSHY JAIL LIFESTYLE

NORTHAMPTON; EAST DULWICH, SOUTH LONDON A News of the World reporter accused of paying a jailer for details about Jamie Bulger's killer said today (weds) the public had a right to know about his 'special treatment' in prison. Scott Chapman, 42, sold confidential material about Jon Venables from inside the high security jail, funnelling the money through his ex Lynn Gaffney, 40, the Old Bailey heard. He more than doubled his annual wage of £29,000 selling stories to the News of the World, The Sun, The Daily Mirror, The Sunday Mirror, The People, The Daily Star and The Star on Sunday between March 2010 and June 2011, it is said. The News of the World journalist, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, and Thomas Savage, 37, deputy news editor at the Daily Star Sunday, are accused of paying the couple thousands of pounds for the articles.

 
October 29, 2014
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RICHARDSON: ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF NEKNOMINATE VICTIM

WOOLWICH A barman became Britain's first victim of the NekNominate drinking game when he died after downing a pint of spirits and wine, an inquest heard. Isaac Richardson, 20, was working at the Hostel Ordnance in Woolwich, south London, when made his own NekNominate video. The Australian game involves participants filming themselves drinking a cocktail of their own invention, nominating someone to take the challenge next and then posting the video on social media. Onlookers said he was dared to drink something 'messed up' at the hostel in an effort to outdo other players. He filled a one-and-a-half litre pitcher with a bottle of white wine, a bottle of vodka, a quarter of whisky and a can of lager.

 
October 29, 2014

ROBINSON: WRIST BREAKING TEACHER ESCAPES BAN

WEST SUSSEX A teacher who pulled a girl with autism off a wardrobe causing her to break her wrist escaped a classroom ban because of the pupil's 'horrendous' behaviour. Melanie Robinson, 51, grabbed the child by her arm causing her to fall from the top of the cupboard at the school in West Sussex. The girl, referred to as Pupil B, fractured her wrist and also hit her head as she hit the floor. Mrs Robinson was cautioned by Sussex Police for assault causing actual bodily harm following the incident on 18 April 2013. She was suspended the following day. She later resigned from her job at residential LVS Hassocks, West Sussex, which specialises in teaching children with autism, Asperger's and dyslexia, the National College for Teaching and Leadership heard.

 
October 29, 2014

THOMPSON: DENTAL TECHNICIAN WITH CHILD PORN IS STUCK OFF

BOURNEMOUTH A dental technician caught with a stash of vile child abuse images has been kicked out of the profession. David Thompson was caught with a number of child pornography photographs on his computer. He was handed a police caution by Nottinghamshire Police in November last year after officers found the pictures on his computer. Thompson was struck off the dental register at a General Dental Council (GDC) tribunal in London.

 
October 29, 2014
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SODE: WOMAN SEARCHED 'BABY IN A COMA' AFTER GIVING CHILD BRAIN DAMAGE

ROMFORD A woman shook a three month-old boy so hard he suffered brain damage and then waited 12 hours before calling an ambulance, a court heard today (Tues). Renata Sode, 26, carried out internet searches for 'baby in coma' and 'baby having difficulty breathing' after attacking the child, it is claimed. The boy, who cannot be identified, was taken to Queen's Hospital in Romford, Essex, at 10am on 17 September 2012 after she finally raised the alarm. Doctors initially believed the baby might be suffering from a viral infection before becoming suspicious at his injuries, jurors were told. The little boy was described as 'grunting' as he tried to fill its lungs his fontanelle – the soft area of a baby's skull – was raised and swollen, indicating bleeding of the brain, Snaresbrook Crown Court.


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