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April 16, 2014

SISON: FONDLING NURSE IS STRUCK OFF

SHEPPERTON, SURREY A nurse who repeatedly groped two colleagues' breasts at a care home has been thrown out of the profession. Oliver Sison sexually assaulted the care assistants over a seven-month period at the Bradbury Centre in Shepperton, Surrey. One of the victims woke up on a number of occasions to find the nurse squeezing her breasts. The married woman did not report the assault as she feared she would be sacked for sleeping on duty.

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  April 16, 2014

KAPADIA: 12 MONTH BAN FOR SEX VISIT DOCTOR

MORCAMBE, LANCS A doctor who had sex with a patient on a home visit escaped being struck off after a tribunal ruled his actions were 'not predatory.' Shamed Dr Mustak Kapadia begged the woman for sex after seducing her with classical music and a sensual massage when he paid her a house call. Kapadia dropped his trousers after giving her a back rub and the woman performed what she described as a 'BJ,' the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service heard. The doctor admitted sending a string of saucy texts to the patient after treating her at Strawberry Gardens Medical Practice, in Morecambe, Lancs.

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April 16, 2014

DOOLEY: JAIL BECKONS FOR THE CAR INSURANCE FRAUDSTER

ASHTON-UNDER-LYME A fraudster with a taste for flash cars is facing jail for conning young drivers into paying a total of £35,000 for bogus insurance. Alexander Dooley, 30, offered comprehensive cover for only half the normal price through his website 'car insurance 4 me'. He used the proceeds to maintain several luxury vehicles including an Audi, a Maserati and a Ferrari until the scam was exposed in September 2011. Dooley was arrested and charged but went on the run for ten months to avoid facing trial.

  April 15, 2014

JESUS: DOCS NOT TO BLAME FOR OVARY BLUNDER

ROMFORD, BARKING, HAVERING, REDBRIDGE Health watchdogs do not blame doctors for a pregnant woman's death after a bungling trainee surgeon removing an ovary instead of her appendix, a tribunal heard today (Tues). Maria De Jesus, 32, underwent the botched operation at Queen's Hospital, Romford, Essex, after she was admitted with abdominal pain in October 2011. She died 19 days later after suffering a miscarriage and undergoing a second operation to remove the organ. Junior medic Dr Yahya Al-Abed has admitted to making a number of errors during the procedure, including removing her right ovary in error.

  April 15, 2014

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CLIFFORD: SEX TRIAL JURY LOCKED IN DEBATE

HERSHAM, SURREY The jury in the trial of celebrity publicist Max Clifford retired to consider its verdicts today (tues). The PR guru, 71, allegedly used his office as his 'sexual fiefdom', to bully and manipulate a string of young women. Twice married father of two Clifford is accused of 11 charges of indecent assault over two decades. The kiss and tell king is said to have launched a campaign of attacks on seven teenage girls, beginning with a 14-year-old in 1966.

 
April 15, 2014

STRONG CASE FOR WAR HORSE MUSICIANS REPLACED BY RECORDED MUSIC

CENTRAL LONDON Five West End musicians have a 'strong' case against the National Theatre after they were replaced on the show 'War Horse' with recorded music, a High Court judge said today (TUE). Neyire Ashworth, Andrew Callard, Jonathan Eddie, David Holt and Colin Rae made up to £1,500 a week playing on the hit production. But the quintet, who have been with the War Horse troupe since 2009, were told in March that their efforts on the bugle and other wind instruments were no longer needed. The National Theatre claims that producers were updating the show, and improving viewer enjoyment by using pre-recorded music.

  April 15, 2014

CROWN PROSECUTION SERVICE SLAMMED IN HIGH COURT FOR BRINGING 'UNKNOWN' CHARGES

LONDON The Crown Prosecution Service has been slammed by a top judge at the High Court after a man pleaded guilty to charges that were 'unknown in law.' Sir Brian Leveson demanded the Director of Public Prosecutions carry out 'an urgent review of how charging practises could so utterly have failed'. The court heard that Antony Alan White had admitted the 'comparatively common conduct' of repeatedly re-mortgaging a Clerkenwell property, while falsely declaring his level of income. White later admitted four charges of fraud and was sentenced to 30 months imprisonment, a term later reduced to two years.

  April 15, 2014

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MUVUTI: NURSE WHO THREATENED TO CUT QUADRIPLEGIC'S DAUGHTER 'INTO LITTLE PIECES' IS LET OFF WITH A CAUTION

OXFORDSHIRE A nurse who threatened to cut the daughter of a quadriplegic patient 'into little pieces' has been let off with a caution because it was an isolated incident. Greta Muvuti saw the woman as 'competition' and accused her of trying to 'run the show' at Merryfield House Nursing Home in Witney, Oxfordshire. When the daughter, referred to only as Jennifer, insisted her father needed a doctor Muvuti threatened to 'slit her throat', the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard. Muvuti had repeatedly clashed with Jennifer when she attended the home to help staff care for her father's advanced multiple sclerosis.

 
April 15, 2014

PIGGIN: TEENAGER'S 'NEW COLUMBINE PLANS FOR HITLER'S BIRTHDAY'

LOUGHBOROUGH A teenager accused of plotting a 'new-Columbine' massacre was planning to carry out the attack on Adolf Hitler's birthday, the Old Bailey heard today (tues). Michael Piggin, 18, allegedly drew up a 'hit list' of pupils and teachers he wanted to murder as he stored weapons and terrorist manuals in his room. The teenager planned to target two schools in his area, a mosque, cinema, university and council offices and dubbed his plans for an armed assault on his former school as 'the new Columbine', it is claimed. He also threatened to kill television antiques dealer David Dickinson of Dickinson's Real Deal and said he wanted to blow up high street bargain chain Poundland because 'it's too expensive'.

  April 15, 2014

BUCKMASTER: TORY BECAME GUNSLINGER AFTER CAT ROW

CHINGFORD A Tory councillor pulled a gun on a neighbour because he thought his cat had damaged his house. Enraged Nick Buckmaster, 51, stormed around to Brett Stark's home brandishing an air pistol. When Mr Stark came to the door Buckmaster waved the pistol and shouted: 'I know who you are and what you do and I know everything about you.' 'He then reached back and pointed it at Mr Stark,’ said Rekha Kodikara, prosecuting. 'The issue is about a cat doing damage to his property,' he added.

  April 15, 2014

TCHENGUIZ: HITCH FOR BROTHERS IN SFO BATTLE

CENTRAL LONDON Two property tycoons claiming have been hit with a setback in their battle to win £300m from the Serious Fraud Office for a failed fraud investigation. Iranian-British businessmen Robert Tchenguiz, 53, and brother Vincent, 57, were arrested in a dawn raid, ordered by the SFO, as part of a botched probe into the collapse of Icelandic bank Kaupthing. The brothers were released without charge the same day in March 2011, as the investigation slowly collapsed. The high-profile arrests prompted complaints of trespass and false imprisonment from the pair, and Vincent vowed to 'butcher' the SFO in the courts.


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