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WHAT HAPPENED ON 13th February 2001?

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12th February 2001

NO MURDER TRIAL FOR BOY WHO KILLED BABY

A 13-year-old boy is in secure custody after a court ruled he will not face trial for murdering his baby brother. The six-month-old was found stabbed at a house in Bristol in January 2000. The teenager who cannot be named for legal reasons had pleaded not guilty to murder but admitted manslaughter due to diminished responsibility. The prosecution accepted the plea at Bristol0Crown Court. The teenager will be sentenced at a later date.

13th February 2001

INTERNET PAEDOPHILES GIVEN JAIL TERMS

Seven men have been jailed for helping to compile a vast internet database of images of child sex abuse. They swapped thousands of photographs as part of the Wonderland Club an international ring of 180 paedophiles. They were sentenced to between 12 & 30 months at Kingston Crown Court after admitting a plot to distribute images. Police have arrested 107 people & seized some 750 000 photographs in an operation to smash the underground ring

13th February 2001

"SWORD ATTACK" MAN UNFIT TO STAND TRIAL

A man accused of a Samurai sword attack which left a Lib Dem party worker dead and an MP seriously injured has been declared unfit to stand trial. Jurors returned the verdict after a seven-day hearing into Robert Ashman's state of mind at Bristol Crown Court. Mr Ashman 50 of Cheltenham Glos was accused of murdering Andrew Pennington 39 and trying to kill MP Nigel Jones. The jury heard that Mr Ashman who was in the dock suffers paranoid delusion.

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12th February 2001

MAN JAILED FOR LIFE FOR MURDER OF BOY

An unemployed man has been jailed for life after admitting murdering 12-year- old Diego Pineiro-Villar. Edward Crowley 53 was obsessed with Diego & Victorian satanist Aleister Crowley the Old Bailey heard. Diego was stabbed more than 30 times in Covent Garden London last year. His step-brother Roberto was also injured. Diego's mother Angelo Villar-Fernandez and other relatives hurled missiles at Crowley after the sentencing.

13th February 2001

INTERNET PAEDOPHILES GIVEN JAIL TERMS

Seven men have been jailed for helping to compile a vast internet database of images of child sex abuse. They swapped thousands of photographs as part of the Wonderland Club an international ring of 180 paedophiles. They were sentenced to between 12 & 30 months at Kingston Crown Court after admitting a plot to distribute images. Police have arrested 107 people & seized some 750 000 photographs in an operation to smash the underground ring

13th February 2001

CHARITIES CONDEMN WONDERLAND SENTENCES

Seven children's charities have united to condemn the "lenient" jail sentences given to seven men who took part in the Wonderland Club child porn ring. The groups said they were "deeply disappointed" by the sentencing. John Carr of NCH said: "It seems to say that this type of child sex abuse will be tolerated by today's society." The men could have been jailed for up to three years but the longest sentence was 30 months.

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12th February 2001

AGENDA AT WESTMINSTER

The Commons will begin with questions to Defence Secretary Geoff Hoon. The questions will be followed by Opposition Day debates entitled Conditions in Her Majesty's Prisons & Shifting the Balance. Peers will hold a third reading debate on the Criminal Defence Service (Advice and Assistance) Bill (Lords). They will also hold the committee stage debate on the International Criminal

13th February 2001

INTERNET PAEDOPHILES GIVEN JAIL TERMS

Seven men have been jailed for helping to compile a vast internet database of images of child sex abuse. They swapped thousands of photographs as part of the Wonderland Club an international ring of 180 paedophiles. They were sentenced to between 12 & 30 months at Kingston Crown Court after admitting a plot to distribute images. Police have arrested 107 people & seized some 750 000 photographs in an operation to smash the underground ring

13th February 2001

INFLATION RATE DIPS TO RECORD 1.8%

The underlying rate of inflation fell in January from 2% to 1.8% ` the lowest since records began in 1974 the Office for National Statistics said. The headline inflation rate ` which includes mortgage interest payments ` also fell from 2.9% to 2.7%. The key factor behind the fall was lower motoring costs particularly due to lower petrol prices. Another factor was very heavy discounting in the January sales.

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12th February 2001

What People were saying on

"I'd like to calm down my temper a bit and curb my stubbornness. I'm forever striving to be that better person."

Scary Spice Mel B.

"The ITV series Popstars showed real people in the real process of creating something entirely unreal. It exposed quite blatantly the charade of manufacturing a pop band."

Top ballerina Deborah Bull.

"My life is an open book just don't expect me to read it to you."

Actor David Hyde Pierce who plays Dr Niles Crane in the TV hit comedy Frasier.

13th February 2001

INTERNET PAEDOPHILES GIVEN JAIL TERMS

Seven men have been jailed for helping to compile a vast internet database of images of child sex abuse. They swapped thousands of photographs as part of the Wonderland Club an international ring of 180 paedophiles. They were sentenced to between 12 & 30 months at Kingston Crown Court after admitting a plot to distribute images. Police have arrested 107 people & seized some 750 000 photographs in an operation to smash the underground ring

13th February 2001

DOZENS FEARED DEAD AFTER EARTHQUAKE

Dozens of people are feared dead after an earthquake measuring 5.7 on the Richer Scale rocked El Salvador according to reports. Reports said people were buried under their collapsing homes in the earthquake which was centred about 60 miles south of San Salvador. It comes a month to the day after a 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit the country. More than 800 people were killed in January's earthquake.

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12th February 2001

PARTIALLY CLOTHED WOMAN'S BODY FOUND

Police have launched an investigation after the body of a partially clothed woman was found in Stoke-on-Trent. Two men found the body at 8.30am in Chatterly Road behind Tunstall cemetery. Police are treating the death as suspicious. Home Office pathologists have been called to the scene. Meanwhile the body of a man thought to be in his 30s has been found in the city's Trent & Mersey canal.

13th February 2001

INTERNET PAEDOPHILES GIVEN JAIL TERMS

Seven men have been jailed for helping to compile a vast internet database of images of child sex abuse. They swapped thousands of photographs as part of the Wonderland Club an international ring of 180 paedophiles. They were sentenced to between 12 & 30 months at Kingston Crown Court after admitting a plot to distribute images. Police have arrested 107 people & seized some 750 000 photographs in an operation to smash the underground ring

13th February 2001

GP INJURED BY PATIENT WIELDING AN AXE

A GP has been taken to hospital after being attacked in his surgery by a patient wielding an axe. Dr Mark Saunders 38 was taken to Blackpool Victoria Hospital following the incident at the surgery in South Shaw Blackpool. A Lancashire police spokeswoman said his injuries were not serious. A woman has been arrested in connection with the incident & is being questioned by police.

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