Category Archives: Notorious Criminals

McShane Jailed For Expenses Fraud

Disgraced former Labour minister Denis MacShane has been sentenced to six months at the Old Bailey after admitting making bogus expense claims amounting to nearly £13,000. The ex-MP previously pleaded guilty to false accounting by filing 19 fake receipts for “research and translation” services. MacShane, 65, used the money to fund a series of trips… Continue Reading

Prison Officers Were Warned Raoul Moat Would Kill

An inquest into the death of a karate instructor who was blasted by gun maniac Raoul Moat has heard that prison officers were warned of his murderous intentions on the day he was released. Chris Brown, 29, was gunned down in cold blood after starting a relationship with Moat’s ex-girlfriend, Samantha Stobbart, two days after… Continue Reading

Ex President To Serve 50 Years In UK Jail – But He Could Be Out Any Time

Former Liberian president Charles Taylor is to be transferred to a British prison to serve his 50-year sentence for crimes against humanity – but one expert has revealed he coud be let out at any time. Taylor became the first former head of state to be convicted by an international war crimes court since the… Continue Reading

Baby P Mother To Be Released: “It’s What She Deserves”

Tracey Connelly – the mother of Baby P – is to be released from prison which has caused an outcry among some but which also has its supporters. Connelly was jailed indefinitely with a minimum of five years in May 2009 for causing or allowing her son Peter’s death. The Parole Board has recommended her… Continue Reading

Petition Demands Bronson Release

Campaigners have handed in a petition at 10 Downing Street pleading for a man dubbed “Britain’s most violent prisoner” to be released. Supporters of Charles Bronson gathered 10,000 signatures to urge the Prime Minister to release him after almost 40 years in prison. The 61-year-old was jailed for seven years in 1974 for armed robbery… Continue Reading

Cop Killer Cregan On Hunger Strike

One-eyed police killer Dale Cregan has gone on hunger strike in an apparent bid to be moved from his current prison near York to another prison. The 30-year-old was jailed for life in June for the ruthless murders of two unarmed policewomen and a father and son. He is now refusing food at HMP Full… Continue Reading

Qatada case could take many months says May

The Home Secretary has pinned her hopes for ousting Abu Qatada from Britain on a fresh deal with the Jordanians – but warned it could still take many months to deport the reviled hate preacher. Theresa May said a new treaty between the UK and Jordan guarantees that torture evidence will not be used against… Continue Reading

Knox Book: ‘to set the record straight’

The American woman accused of murdering British student Meredith Kercher in Italy said she acted “like a lost, pathetic child” during the investigation and wants to “set the record straight”, it was reported. Amanda Knox also claimed was sexually harassed by prisonguards and considered suicide, according to the New York Times. Writing in her memoir Waiting… Continue Reading

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