MOB CHANTS ‘MURDERER’ AFTER PRISON VAN RUNS OVER WOMAN IN BRIXTON SOUTH LONDON

The scene in Brixton after this tragic incident A woman has died after being run over by a prison van and dragged 20 yards along the road following a confrontation in the street. The victim is said to have blocked the path of the Serco security van and goaded the driver seconds before the incident in Brixton. He was arrested and questioned by police on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving. Witnesses told how the woman “danced” in the road and []

UK NEWS: STEPHEN LAWRENCE REMEMBERED

Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death at a bus stop in Eltham in 1993 The mother of Stephen Lawrence has said her pain remains “undiminished” as she marked 15 years since his death in a racist attack. Doreen Lawrence was joined by more than 300 people including Prime Minister Gordon Brown at a memorial service in central London. Stephen, 18, was murdered by white youths in Eltham, south-east London in 1993 but no-one was convicted. Justice Secretary Jack Straw said his death []

UK NEWS: DOCTOR REFUSES TO EXAMINE RAPE VICTIM

A vulnerable recluse was made to wait more than a week for medical treatment after being raped because his GP said he was ‘too grubby’ to be examined, a court has heard. The 50-year-old was distraught and bleeding heavily when he was persuaded to seek medical help two days after the attack. ‘He was treated abominably by the NHS and his GP, who said he was too grubby for him to examine properly,’ Michael Brabin, prosecuting, told Exeter Crown Court. Levi Lavers, []

MISS LANDMINE ANGOLA 2008

Winner: Maria Restino Manuel The pose is slick, the gown designer, the lighting moody. From the silver tiara on her head down to the polish on her toes, Maria Restino Manuel is every inch the beauty queen. But this is no ordinary title. Maria has just won one of the most astonishing beauty parades in the world. The newly-crowned Miss Landmine 2008 is an amputee – one of the thousands left crippled in the bloody aftermath of the Angolan civil war. Continue []