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UK NEWS: OLYMPICS AMBASSADOR SENTENCED TO TWO YEARS IN PRISON FOR GOING ON A RAMPAGE DURING THE LONDON RIOTS

18-year-old former Olympics Ambassador Chelsea Ives, who met London mayor Boris Johnson as part of her  Olympic role for Waltham Forest council has been sentenced to two years in prison for rioting and looting during the London riots. The teenager was arrested after her mother spotted her on television and contacted the police. The Metro reports that Ives hurled a rock through a shop window then said to a friend ‘this is the best day ever’. She also admitted burglary, damaging a police  car, and []

UK NEWS: MAN WHO ATTACKED RAPPER PROFESSOR GREEN JAILED EIGHT YEARS FOR STABBING

Via The Daily Mail A nightclub reveller who stabbed a rap star in the neck with a broken bottle was jailed for eight years today. Anthony Jones, 26, savagely attacked chart-topper Professor Green in the trendy Cargo nightclub in Shoreditch, east London. Professor Green – real name Stephen Manderson – fled the venue drenched in blood and clutching a 15cm wound next on his neck – where he has a distinctive tattoo of the word ‘lucky.’ Masters business student Jones, who has []

UK NEWS: MAN JAILED OVER CROSS FIRE DEATH

Armel Gnango sentenced today Victim: Magda Pniewska A man has been jailed for at least 20 years for the murder of a woman caught in a “Wild West” style shoot-out. Magda Pniewska, 26, was shot in the head in New Cross, south London, in October last year. The care assistant was talking on her mobile when she was shot. Her sister in Poland told the Old Bailey she heard Ms Pniewska’s last breath down the phone. Armel Gnango, 18, was jailed for []

BREAKING NEWS: WESLEY SNIPES RECEIVES 3 YEAR PRISON SENTENCE

Hollywood actor Wesley Snipes has received a three year prison sentence for tax offences. A federal judge handed down the maximum term requested by prosecutors – one year for each of Snipes’ convictions of wilfully failing to file a tax return. Snipes’ lawyers had called for leniency, arguing that the offences were misdemeanours and that the star was of good character. But prosecutors said an example should be set because of Snipes’ fame. In February, Snipes was found guilty of deliberately failing []