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Wakefield thugs sentenced

 
May 21st 2009
 
Kumran Yasin, 20, Craig Thomason, 28, and Mark Haigh, 19, were condemned by a Leeds Crown Court judge for their attack on Phillip Reville, which saw the 61-year-old beaten and his sleeping blanket set alight. Half-an-hour later, the three robbed another victim a short distance away. Judge James Stewart, QC, said: "The public are sick and tired of these sort of offences, which in their mind make places like Wakefield city centre no-go areas." "The worst aspect of this is they picked on a vulnerable man, who was 61 and known to sleep rough. It's one of the most cowardly robberies you can possibly commit."
 
 
 

May 2008

 

Contents

Protest at Alexandra Court in Hackney

Portrait of an artist

Concern over homeless health services

'No sleeping' signs still on the Strand

Simon Community headcount finds drop in rough sleepers

Back on My Feet

Wakefield thugs sentenced

Will Homeless Link make homelessness history?

Murder in Essex

New Simon Community street caf?© venue

Westminster charges to spend a penny

Repossessions on the up

Squatter's rights to millions

An old kidnapping

Feeling a bit rough? Have you tried NHS Direct?

Mayoral elections - a response

Shelter report - a response

Poetry on the Big Issue

Hospital discharge - another response

Vote? What for?

 

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