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Jason Corbett's sister says release of his wife and father-in-law 'an insult' to her family
Molly and Tom Martens were convicted of the second-degree murder of Mr Corbett at his North Carolina home at Panther Creek on August 2nd 2015. The pair had pleaded they acted in self-defence. They served three-and-a-half years of 20 and 25-year sentences after their convictions were over-turned following court appeals. The online support group Jason's Journey have issued a statement on the family's behalf.See the Story
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Ronnie O’Sullivan fires parting shot at WST chiefs before jetting off to China
Ronnie O’Sullivan won his eighth UK Snooker Championship on Sunday. The 48-year-old is now preparing for a lucrative Christmas exhibition in China. O'Sullivan believes that some officials see the sport as being better off without him. The World Snookers Tour has flatly denied that he is not supported by them.See the Story
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Police investigate rape allegations against former senior ANC leader
National police spokesperson Brigadier Athlenda Mathe said the police in Mondeor opened a case of rape. The politician apparently made contact with the complainant in 2017 and was accused of sexually abusing her until 2019. It is understood that he demanded sexual favours in return for helping her financially.See the Story
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Man who raped woman he met online is jailed for five years
Eimear Dodd A man who raped a woman he’d been chatting with online before arranging to meet for coffee has been imprisoned for five years. Daniel Maymay (31), of Thornbury, Kilmacrennan Road, Letterkenny, Co Donegal, appeared before Mr Justice Paul Burns in the Central Criminal Court in Dublin on Monday after being found guilty of one count of rape on January 28, 2019. Maymay had pleaded not… SourceSee the Story
Man who confessed to robbing post office under duress jailed
Isabel Hayes A man who walked into a garda station and confessed to robbing a post office with an imitation firearm under duress has been jailed for 21 months. Ian Byrne (41) told gardaí he was under pressure from a drugs gang after he racked up a debt for cocaine usage when he injured his knee. The court heard he had previously worked as a forklift driver for Ikea for eight years. Byrne… SourceSee the Story
Complainant in sexual assault trial tells court he didn't block out alleged incident
Eimear Dodd A fourth complainant has told the trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting six young men 30 years ago that he didn’t block out the alleged incident, but managed not to think about it repeatedly. The 59-year-old man, who can’t be named for legal reasons, has pleaded not guilty to the one count of sexual assault that he faces in relation to this complainant. SourceSee the Story