London Riots: Millionaire's Daughter Took Part in Looting Stores
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London Riots: Millionaire's Daughter Took Part in Looting Stores

Exeter : United Kingdom | Aug 12, 2011 at 9:35 AM PDT
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Why would a millionaire's daughter indulge in acts of delinquency? Are these signs of deep-seated symptoms that society has failed to detect and address so far. Well! for now the case of Miss Johnson is indicating the worst.

A latest report of a daughter of millionaire taking part in looting stores in London is making waves. While the world is ascribing the cause of the riots to social inequality and unemployment in Britain, the case of Laura Johnson's makes such theories redundant.

Miss Johnson, who studies Italian and English, an undergraduate from the University of Exeter is accused of five counts of burglary. She is the daughter of millionaire businessman from Orpington, London. Miss Johnson is on bail and will make a reappearance in court on 21 September.

aymaan30 is based in New Delhi, Delhi, India, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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