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‘Pesky’ jurors jailed for net-based research as fairground villain walks free

Four animated jurors and their implausibly large talking dog have been found guilty of contempt of court and jailed for nine months, after conducting their own amateur investigation into a defendant accused of miscellanous evil machinations at a deserted fairground.

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Posted: Jan 30th, 2012
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Prison riots blamed on Facebook gatecrashers

prisoners confused by new Facebook rules, but now hiding their profilesPrisoners at the beleaguered HMP Ford have blamed the recent riots on a misguided Facebook status update, which publicised the inmates’ planned quiet New Year’s celebration to a gatecrashing horde.

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Posted: Jan 2nd, 2011
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Police commissioner apologises to court and pays locksmith’s costs after he locked up offender and threw away key

hanging's too good for him‘Failing to stop at a red light? If I had my way they’d be sterilised at birth.’

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Posted: Sep 27th, 2009
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Leader of torch-bearing mob warns of threat posed by shy bloke who keeps himself to himself

An angry mob leader has made a passionate case for giving a suspiciously reserved local ‘a hell of a kicking’ after fears emerged he may be a serial killer or worse. ‘Kevin Smiggins is shy and retiring. Aren’t they all,’ said head vigilante Mick Watson.

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Posted: Jul 28th, 2009
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