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A convicted child rapist was sentenced to ten years in prison last week after he bragged to his girlfriend about raping children and later attempted to rape the woman's daughter . Ryan Firoved was caught in the act last year when he entered a
Stuart Hall, who was sentenced to prison for indecent assault earlier this year, could be questioned again after new allegations emerged Stuart Hall is set to be questioned over fresh rape allegations, it emerged today.
Mark Bridger is terrified he will be killed when he is moved in with inmates at the jail dubbed Monster Mansion. Bridger, 47, caged for life for murdering five-year-old April Jones, has been kept on his own on suicide watch at HMP Wakefield for a
Officials were last night working on giving Jon Venables his fourth secret new identity. Taxpayers will pick up the bill, likely to run into hundreds of thousands of pounds, for the move and for monitoring Venables around the clock. Only a tight-knit
Dale Cregan has joined the small group of prisoners whose crimes are deemed so appalling they will spend the rest of their lives behind bars. The 30-year-old today received a whole life sentence for the murder of killing of policewomen Nicola Hughes
They included many extreme pictures of naked underage girls being sexually abused. A police computer specialist told the jury that other folders included cartoon images featuring "monster sex" with "humanoids" abusing girls. The investigator said
A jury in Wales hearing the case of a man accused of abducting and killing a 5-year-old girl was told Tuesday blood and bone fragments were found in his house. In testimony, Mold Crown Court heard Mark Bridger, 47, admitted to killing April Jones in
The man accused of murdering five-year-old April Jones had a collection of extreme paedophile pornography on his laptop computer and collected images of child murder including pictures of Soham victims Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, a court heard.
Former State Senator Shirley Huntley pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges she embezzled thousands of dollars from a Queens non-profit. Appearing before a judge in Brooklyn federal court, Huntley, 74, applied the plea to one count of conspiracy to
The photographs of millions of people are being put on a national police database for the first time next year to try to stop criminals escaping detection simply by moving around the country. From March detectives will be able to compare suspects'