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Articles from March 29, 2012

A Most Un-Italian Job
Byline: KARA DOLMAN ROCCA DI PAPA 73 Old Brompton Road, SW7 (020 7225 3413, roccarestaurants.com). Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11.30am-11.30pm. Three-course meal for two with wine, around [pounds sterling]60. SOUTH Kensington is a veritable Italian...
A Stirring Homage to Nijinksy; Dance; beyond Ballet Russes Programme 2/english National Ballet
Byline: CLIFFORD BISHOP Coliseum, WC2 CONSIDERING he was the greatest, most closely watched and fanatically admired star of Serge Diaghilev's Ballets Russes, a surprising amount of the dance created by Vaslav Nijinsky survives only as fragments,...
Banking Boss Sands Slams Watchdog's Arrogant Attitude
Byline: Nick Goodway ONE of Britain's most senior bankers today launched an excoriating attack on the new bank regulator which will replace the Financial Services Authority within two years. Peter Sands, the [pounds sterling]5-million-a-year...
Bread and Jam for Girl, 6, Who Owed Dinner Money
Byline: Mark Blunden A GIRL of six was given bread and jam instead of a hot school dinner because her mother was [pounds sterling]4 in arrears. Hazel Lebby, 37, says she was shocked daughter Hannah was denied a lunch after she fell behind with...
Britain Back in Recession, Claims OECD
Byline: Nicholas Cecil Deputy Political Editor BRITAIN has slipped into a double dip recession, a respected think tank claimed today in a shock announcement. The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development believes the economy shrank...
British Skier Dies in 650ft Cliff Plunge
Byline: Alexandra Williams and Kiran Randhawa A BRITISH teacher at a leading public school plunged 650 feet to his death while skiing off-piste in the Alps. Ed How, 37, lost control and crashed down a series of cliffs in the popular French resort...
British Skier Plunges 650ft to Death
Byline: Alexandra Williams and Kiran Randhawa A BRITISH teacher at a leading public school plunged 650ft to his death while skiing off-piste in the Alps. Ed How, 37, lost control and crashed down a series of cliffs in the popular resort of Val...
Call a Nurse. Eve Tries Her Best as Body Count Soars
Byline: HENRY HITCHINGS THE DUCHESS OF MALFI OId Vic EVE BEST, so good in TV's Nurse Jackie, is very much the star of this rather stately production of John Webster's 17th-century play. As the duchess of the title, she combines serenity with great...
Cameron Accused of 'Shambles' over Another Fuel Advice U-Turn
Byline: Joe Murphy and Craig Woodhouse MINISTERS were accused of a "shambles" today as they changed their advice to drivers on filling up their cars yet again. The new message issued by Energy Secretary Ed Davey this morning is to keep your car...
Chill-Out Tent for Revellers as Met Declares War on West End Crime
Byline: Martin Bentham Home Affairs Editor AN all-night "chill-out shelter" was being set up in the West End today to help tipsy pub and clubgoers recover safely before heading home. The gazebo, in which tea, coffee and other refreshments will...
Chill-Out Tent for West End Revellers in Met Crime Purge
Byline: Martin Bentham Home Affairs Editor AN ALL-NIGHT "chill-out shelter" was being set up in the West End today to help tipsy pub and clubgoers recover safely before heading home. The gazebo, in which tea, coffee and other refreshments will...
Chocs, Chicks and Other Treats; from Mouthwatering Eggs to Trinkets That Won't Cost the Earth, We've Got Your Easter Gifting Cracked, Say Sarah Marshall and Polly Weeks
Byline: Sarah Marshall and Polly Weeks Pretty in pink: the milk chocolate Prestat Marc de Champagne truffle Easter egg tastes as good as it looks. [pounds sterling]14 from prestat.co.uk Style and substance: Fortnum's Silk Egg Box, designed by Vivienne...
City Have Been Lucky Too, Says Fergie
Byline: Simon Johnson Football Correspondent SIR ALEX FERGUSON today hit back at Manchester City development executive Patrick Vieira by insisting Manchester United are not leading the title race because they get favourable treatment from referees....
City Millionaire Wins Gay Divorce Appeal but Must Pay His Ex [Pounds Sterling]1.4m
Byline: Paul Cheston A MILLIONAIRE City analyst today won his appeal against a West End actor in a landmark gay divorce. But equity expert Peter Lawrence must still pay his former partner Don Gallagher -- who starred in the Priscilla, Queen of...
City Millionaire Wins Gay Divorce Appeal but Must Still Pay [Pounds Sterling]1.4m
Byline: Paul Cheston Courts Correspondent A MILLIONAIRE City analyst today won his appeal against a West End actor in a landmark gay divorce. But equity expert Peter Lawrence must still pay his former partner Don Gallagher -- who starred in the...
Fears over Fans' Revolt Delay Podolski's Switch to Arsenal
Byline: James Olley Chief Football Correspondent [bar] RSENAL have been asked to delay an announcement confirming the arrival of Lukas Podolski because his current club Cologne are fearful of a supporters' backlash. The Gunners had wanted to...
Fergie: City Have Been Lucky as Well
Byline: Simon Johnson Football Correspondent SIR ALEX FERGUSON today hit back at Manchester City development executive Patrick Vieira by insisting Manchester United are not leading the title race because they get favourable treatment from referees....
Found 14,000ft Down: The Rocket Engines That Took Men to the Moon
Byline: Mark Prigg Technology Editor in San Francisco AMAZON founder Jeff Bezos has found the rocket engines that propelled the Apollo 11 moon mission into space. The massive engines have been at the sea bottom since falling back to earth during...
Gastro Excess; Restaurant of the Week
Byline: Fay Maschler THE JUGGED HARE 49 Chiswell Street, EC1 (020 7614 0134). Mon-Sat noon-3.30pm (4pm Sat) & 6pm-11pm. Sun noon-10pm. A meal for two with wine, about [pounds sterling]110 including 12.5 per cent service. [bar] ANNAH Glasse...
Germans Pull out of Plans to Build Nuclear Plants
Byline: Lucy Tobin BRITAIN'S nuclear plans were dealt a huge blow today after two German power giants shelved their [pounds sterling]15 billion aim to build two new nuclear power plants that would have powered six million homes. RWE and E.ON...
Get It off Your TXT
Get it off your TXT Bad day at work? Baffled by Boris's latest move? Text us your heartfelt and hilarious London thoughts Enter ES TEXTS followed by a space then your message, name, address and postcode TEXT TO 65400 Texts cost 25p plus your standard...
Global Operators Vying to Run British Train Franchises
Byline: Lucy Tobin THE operator of Hong Kong's metro system, the French state rail group SNCF plus FirstGroup, National Express and Stagecoach of the UK were among 13 transport operators short-listed by the Government to run the Great Western, Thameslink...
Gold Gang Torch Car to Escape after Jewel Store Raid
Byline: Mark Blunden and Natalie Cox ROBBERS stole thousands of pounds of gold in a daylight raid on a London jewellery shop before fire-bombing a car to cover their escape. Staff cowered in terror as the blackclad gang of 10 used hammers to...
Have a Cracking Adventure
Byline: It wouldn't be Easter without an egg hunt, says POLLY WEEKS THE LONDON DUNGEON Find six "bad egg" characters to be in with a chance of winning a Premium Merlin Annual Pass. Plus every day throughout the Easter weekend, the first 10 visitors...
Helping to Bring the World Together; Skype Enables Millions of People to Connect over the Internet and Now It Is Looking for Software Engineers in London. So What Skills Do You Need and What Does the Company Offer Its Employees? by Niki Chesworth
Byline: Niki Chesworth [bar] E all know of Skype. The brand has become ubiquitous across almost all desktop, web and mobile platforms. Now, for the first time, this global technology brand is building an engineering team in London and is looking...
I Never Thought about What My Father Went through When He Came Here
Byline: Liz Hoggard White Heat star David Gyasi tells Liz Hoggard about racism, being a teenage father -- and why we are about to see a lot more of him [bar] OMEONE once said to me, 'You've been blessed with the ability to go to really dark places...
Islam's Bitter Twist
Byline: MICHAEL BURLEIGH EUROPE'S ANGRY MUSLIMS: THE REVOLT OF THE SECOND GENERATION by Robert S Leiken (OUP, [pounds sterling]16.99) THE murders of seven people by Mohamed Merah in Montauban and Toulouse shocked France. Less tolerant of Islamic...
Just like West Ham, I've Managed to Lose the Winning Habit
Byline: Mark Hunter Olympics rowing hopeful continues our weekly countdown to the Games MY brother, Ross, has come up with a great joke which sums up West Ham. What's the only thing the West Ham gift shop has run out of? Ties! He has a point, as,...
Just Remember Big Girls Love Fashion Too
Byline: Rosamund Urwin [bar] F Dante were to recast his circles of hell for the modern world, Zara's changing rooms would surely make the cut. Beyond the put-upon staff and the lighting that gives you jaundice are the scenes of self-loathing and...
Ken Vows to Freeze C-Charge in a Car-Friendly Transport Manifesto
Byline: Pippa Crerar City Hall Editor RACE TO BE MAYOR MAY 3 KEN LIVINGSTONE today promised to freeze the congestion charge at [pounds sterling]10 for the next four years if he wins the race for City Hall. Labour's mayoral candidate ruled out...
Lancaster Is Named New England Coach
Byline: Chris Jones Rugby Correspondent STUART LANCASTER today accepted the challenge of winning the 2015 Rugby World Cup and immediately received the backing of Nick Mallett, the man he beat to land the role as England head coach. The former...
LANCASTER IS NAMED NEW ENGLAND COACH; 'MASSIVE TASK' IS AN HONOUR FOR BOSS AS RIVAL PRAISES HIM; 'Massive Task' Excites Stuart
Byline: Chris Jones Rugby Correspondent STUART LANCASTER today accepted the challenge of winning the 2015 Rugby World Cup and immediately received the backing of Nick Mallett, the man he beat to land the role as England head coach. The former...
Lancaster Is the New No1 Because He Got Straight to the Point; Former Saxons Chief Has Been Rewarded for Ignoring His Lack of Test Experience to Make the Big, Bold Decisions Which Have Put the Pride Back into the England Jersey
Byline: Chris Jones Rugby Correspondent [bar] STUART LANCASTER today completed the remarkable transformation from unheralded Rugby Football Union employee to the man who has been charged with winning the 2015 World Cup in England. Lancaster was...
Lansley Accused over Ministry's [Pounds Sterling]109,000 Tea and Biscuits Bill
Byline: Craig Woodhouse Political Correspondent ANDREW LANSLEY'S Health Department racked up a [pounds sterling]109,017 tea and biscuits bill in only three months, the Standard can reveal today. Taxpayers have paid the six-figure sum for free...
London Brothers Behind a [Pounds Sterling]4 Billion Secret Empire
Byline: Jonathan Prynn Mira Bar-Hillel [bar] HEY own a dazzling portfolio of trophy properties rarely out of the public eye that are scattered around London like houses and hotels on a real-life Monopoly board. One night Madonna might be emerging...
Manu's Transformation Sums Up Why RFU Have Finally Got It Right
Byline: Dan Jones [bar] OMETHING strange just happened. The RFU made a good decision. It took a while, yes, and there was a degree of superfluous shilly-shallying. But in appointing Stuart Lancaster as permanent England coach, they have halted a...
Mini Codeword Win an Overnight Break for Two
How to play Mini Codeword: Each number from 1 to 9 represents a different letter. Solve the clues and insert the letters in the appropriate squares to discover a word which uses all nine letters. Yesterday's solution: LUCRATIVE. 1 23456789 THE CLUES...
Mother Challenges Gove over Plan for Academy
Byline: Anna Davis Education Correspondent A MOTHER at the centre of the fight against academies has launched legal action against Education Secretary Michael Gove. Susan Moyse is seeking a judicial review of his decision to sack the governors...
M&S, Next on Ropes as Punters Cotton on to H&M's Woes
Byline: Toby Green EVEN Becks cannot protect H&M from higher cotton prices. The Swedish retail giant -- a favourite of those who are cash-strapped yet fashion-conscious -- was causing jitters among its High Street rivals after its latest...
Murder on the College Lawn
Byline: DS EVERY CONTACT LEAVES A TRACE by Elanor Dymott (Cape, [pounds sterling]12.99) NOBODY has quite reproduced the success of Donna Tartt's The Secret History, including Donna Tartt herself. Published 20 years ago now, it still stands as the...
Murdoch: Third Met Chief Quits
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Editor SCOTLAND Yard's PR chief dramatically resigned today over his links to a News of the World executive. Dick Fedorcio, the Met's director of public affairs, quit after learning he faces a gross misconduct charge...
My Aide's to Blame for Parking Fraud Charge, Says Tearful Donna
Byline: Rashid Razaq DONNA AIR today broke down in tears as she told a jury she was not a parking fraudster because she could not even drive after a car accident left her in a wheelchair. The actress and television presenter wept in the dock...
Occupy Activist Threatens Olympics with 'Greatest Act of Disobedience'
Byline: Benedict Moore-Bridger THIS is the activist planning the "greatest act of civil disobedience of our time" at this summer's Olympics. Occupy London protester Kerry-anne Mendoza, a 30-year-old London School of Economics student, has set...
Paperbacks
Byline: WILLIAM LEITH REALITY IS BROKEN by Jane McGonigal (Vintage, [pounds sterling]9.99) THE author of this book, a designer of computer games, has a contentious thesis, but, if you read this book, you'll probably agree with her. The fact is that...
Parents Sue NHS for [Pounds Sterling]100,000 over Trauma of C-Section Birth
Byline: Natalie Cox THE parents of a baby born by emergency Caesarean section are suing the NHS for [pounds sterling]100,000 after developing post-traumatic stress disorder. Saima Fiaz and Saqib Thandi are demanding damages from St George's Healthcare...
Pastygate Is a Delicious Way to Distract Attention of Voters
Byline: Joe Murphy Political Editor ROMAN generals employed slaves to whisper "memento mori" in their ears -- remember, you are mortal. The humble Cornish pasty and the British press serve the same function today. Two weeks ago, David Cameron...
Pastygate Will Pale beside a Fuel Strike
THE Government's discomfiture over Budget fallout and other issues such as the looming fuel tanker drivers' strike is making this one of David Cameron's worst weeks in office. But ministers should be in no doubt: the real danger now is from a fuel...
'Pasty-Taxing Tories Are on the Run but Labour Still Faces a Marathon'
Byline: Nicholas Cecil talks to shadow Chancellor [bar] D BALLS warned Labour today not to get carried away with the turmoil which has engulfed the Conservatives in the last eight days. The shadow Chancellor -- in training for next month's Virgin...
PETROL STATIONS SHUT AMID PANIC; POLICE FORCE SAYS LIVES AT RISK AS MOTORISTS RUSH TO FILL UP; BUT GOVERNMENT GETS [Pounds sterling]32M WINDFALL BY FUELLING FRENZY; Cameron Accused of 'Shambles' over Another Fuel Advice U-Turn; Drivers Now Told: Only Go to the Pumps When Tank Is Half Empty
Byline: Joe Murphy and Craig Woodhouse A POLICE force today ordered petrol stations to close after government-inspired panic-buying turned into a frenzy. Senior officers said lives were at risk on roads blocked by queues of motorists rushing...
[Pounds Sterling]50 On-the-Spot Fines for Cycling on the Footpaths in Royal Parks
Byline: Martin Bentham CYCLISTS who ride on paths and other banned parts of London's Royal Parks will face [pounds sterling]50 on-the-spot fines under new powers to be introduced this summer. People who litter or allow their dogs to foul the...
Quick Fix Getaways; Put a Spring in Your Step and Hop off on an Easter Escape, Says Sarah Marshall
Byline: Sarah Marshall HOTEL CIPRIANI, VENICE, ITALY As one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Venice attracts its fair share of admirers. But when crowds descend during peak season, this floating museum piece loses some of its lustrous...
REALITY BITES; A Major Retrospective of One of the Grittier YBAs Puts the Life Stories of Her Subjects in the Spotlight -- but Where Does Fact End and Fiction Begin? EXHIBITION OF THE WEEK
Byline: Ben Luke GILLIAN WEARING Whitechapel, E1 [bar] HE key to unlocking the work of Gillian Wearing is found not in art history but in reality television. Not so much the tabloid fodder of the 21st century but the tough stuff from the Sixties...
Roll Up, Roll Up -- Everything in Britain Is for Sale
Byline: Hamish McRae [bar] HE Treasury is thinking of selling part of its 82 per cent stake in Royal Bank of Scotland to Abu Dhabi investors. It does not want to sell it back to British investors because the price at which it would have to do so...
Royal Red-Letter Day for Redbridge
Byline: Ross Lydall and Miranda Bryant ROYALTY came to Redbridge today as the Queen made her first stop on her Diamond Jubilee tour of London -- and the borough declared it "a dream come true". A crowd of nearly 10,000 waving Union flags and...
Royal Red-Letter Day for Redbridge; Thousands Greet Queen and Duke for First Leg of Jubilee Tour
Byline: Ross Lydall and Miranda Bryant Ross Lydall ROYALTY came to Redbridge today as the Queen made her first stop on her Diamond Jubilee tour of London -- and the borough declared it "a dream come true". Nearly 10,000 wellwishers waving Union...
Running from a Terrible Secret
Byline: WILLIAM LEITH STONEMOUTH by Iain Banks (Little, Brown [pounds sterling]18.99) WILLIAM LEITH WE FIRST meet Stewart Gilmour, the young narrator of this very readable, gripping book, on a suspension bridge in the north of Scotland. It's cold...
Safety Comes First for Fuel Drivers
TANKER drivers know the crucial role they play keeping Britain moving but the industry they work in has become increasingly fragmented. Safety standards are bring risked by a race to the bottom. Twenty years ago three months were set aside to fully...
School Serves Up Bread and Jam to Girl with [Pounds Sterling]4 Dinner Money Debt
Byline: Mark Blunden A GIRL of six was given bread and jam instead of a hot school dinner because her mother was [pounds sterling]4 in arrears. Hazel Lebby, 37, says she was shocked to discover her daughter Hannah had been denied a lunch after...
Seismic Change in Insurance Industry
Byline: Anthony Hilton CITY COMMENT LLOYD'S, the London insurance market, yesterday announced one of the worst annual losses in its history. No surprise there then. A year that has seen floods in Australia, earthquakes in New Zealand, floods in...
Sheikh Should Not Get Even Richer at Taxpayers' Expense
[bar] ONSPIRACY theorists would have it that this week's leak to Newsnight about Abu Dhabi being asked to buy some of the taxpayers' stake in Royal Bank of Scotland was an attempt to knock Donorgate off the top of the news programme's running order....
SORRY FOR MAKING WAVES; Ben Ainslie Reveals His Embarrassment over Disqualification and Admits He Has Overstepped the Mark on the Water by Matt Majendie; Evening Standard OLYMPICS COUNTDOWN 120 Days to Go
Byline: Matt Majendie [bar] EDECKED in Lycra, sweating from a bike ride over the hilly terrain in Mallorca, Ben Ainslie looks every bit the Olympic champion. A 6,000-calories-a-day diet -- twice that of an average male -- has noticeably bulked him...
Spain Is Crippled by General Strike over Job Changes
Byline: Bo Wilson WORKERS in Barcelona and Madrid fought police on picket lines today as Spain began a one-day general strike. About 60 people were arrested and nine injured in scuffles as the action began a minute after midnight. TV stations...
Spanish Rivalry Is Richest Feast I Have Known
Byline: Barclay's account Patrick Barclay WITH due respect to Chelsea and their placing of Benfica's revival in sober context, the week's events in the Champions League have done little to dim the prospect of a final between Barcelona and Real Madrid....
The Cool Heart of Our Capital
Byline: MELANIE MCGRATH NIGHTS OUT: LIFE IN COSMOPOLITAN LONDON by Judith R Walkowitz (Yale, [pounds sterling]25) "THE dismal quarter of Soho ...with its muddy ways, and slatternly passengers, and its lamps, which had never been extinguished or...
THE MISFITS AND MORAL BANKRUPTS WHO FOOLED HITLER; DOUBLE CROSS: THE TRUE STORY OF THE D-DAY SPIES by Ben Macintyre (Bloomsbury, [Pounds Sterling]16.99) JOHN PRESTON
Byline: JOHN PRESTON THERE'S a character in Ben Macintyre's enthralling history of how the Allies fooled the Germans about the location of the D-Day landings who is described as "operating in that grey area between ingenuity and insanity". But then...
The Tricky Trend Trial
PEPLUMS HOW I crowed when I landed the peplum. "No crop tops for me," I thought. The peplum -- a gathered or flared flap of fabric attached at the waist -- may be a tad fussy, a touch costume-y, but at least my bosses realised London doesn't want to...
The Way to Live, a Way to Die
Byline: DAVID SEXTON UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, I AM ALIVE by Tom Lubbock (Granta, [pounds sterling]12.99) [bar] N mid-September 2008, Tom Lubbock sent out an email to his friends headed simply "Autumn News". It stated quite calmly that a tumour had...
They've Done Goat-Grabbing Now Afghans Want to Give Rugby a Try
Byline: Mark Blunden THE Afghanistan rugby team, which made its debut on a military base in Kabul's green zone, is heading to Britain for the first time. It is hoped the world's newest national rugby side, formed less than a year ago, will compete...
Thusha Fund Raises [Pounds Sterling]20,000 in Two Days as Donations Pour In
Byline: Kiran Randhawa HUNDREDS of people touched by the plight of Thusha Kamaleswaran have raised more than [pounds sterling]20,000 towards the care she will need for the rest of her life. The six-year-old is paralysed from the chest down after...
Troll Who Mocked Muamba Is Dumb but He Has Made the Law Look Really Stupid
Byline: Dan Jones [bar] HE law, as Mr Bumble once said, is "a ass -- a idiot". And so, you might agree, is the 21-year old Welsh student and sports fan Liam Stacey, who was sentenced to eight weeks in prison this week for getting boozed up and writing...
Trott Heroics Prove All in Vain as the Support Cast Fluff Lines
Byline: Tom Collomosse Cricket Correspondent in Galle Cricket brought to you in association with [bar] NGLAND must beat Sri Lanka in Colombo next week to remain the world's topranked Test team after they slipped to a fourth successive defeat of...
Trott Heroics Prove All in Vain as the Support Cast Fluff Lines
Byline: Tom Collomosse Cricket Correspondent in Galle Cricket brought to you in association with [bar] NGLAND must beat Sri Lanka in Colombo next week to remain the world's top-ranked Test team after they slipped to a fourth successive defeat of...
TUCK TRUCKS ROLL IN; Never Mind Your Post-Pub Kebab, Street Food Vans Are Serving Up Movable Feasts across the Capital, as Victoria Stewart Reports
Byline: Victoria Stewart [bar] IT STARTED out as a practice run -- a few people dishing up great cheap food from vans at a festival or two. But when the occasional punter then became a queue, and later a heaving, hungry crowd, bookings tripled and...
War Horse Puppet Masters to Make Hughes' Crow Fly
Byline: Louise Jury Chief Arts Correspondent THE South African company that created the puppets for War Horse has set up a London branch and will premiere its first UK-grown show this summer. Handspring Puppet Company UK is creating a stage version...
Welcome to Wonderland; Follow the White Rabbit across the Capital for an Adventure Fit for Alice in the Easter Break, Say Sarah Marshall and Kate Whiting
Byline: break, say Sarah Marshall and Kate Whiting Drink up: extravagant cocktails are on the menu at Callooh Callay; (inset right) children can bake Easter biscuits at Carluccio's Drink up: extravagant cocktails are on the menu at Callooh Callay;...
We've Not Been Good Enough, Says Strauss after 75-Run Loss
Byline: Tom Collomosse Cricket Correspondent in Galle ANDREW STRAUSS bemoaned England's latest failure in Asian conditions but brushed off concerns about his own form following a fourth successive Test defeat. Sri Lanka's 75-run victory here...
We've Not Been Good Enough, Says Strauss after 75-Run Loss; We've Not Been Good Enough
Byline: Tom Collomosse Cricket Correspondent in Galle ANDREW STRAUSS bemoaned England's latest failure in Asian conditions but brushed off concerns about his own form following a fourth successive Test defeat. Sri Lanka's 75-run victory here...
Yard's PR Chief Quits over Deal for NoW Executive
Byline: Justin Davenport Crime Editor SCOTLAND Yard's PR chief dramatically resigned today over his links to a News of the World executive. Dick Fedorcio, the Met's director of public affairs, quit after learning he faces a gross misconduct charge...
'You Have Taken Us on Journey to Hell'
Byline: Rashid Razaq FRIENDS of two British men shot dead in Florida looked "evil" in the eye to speak to their killer in court before he was jailed for life. James Kouzaris, 24, and James Cooper, 25, were killed by Shawn Tyson when they drunkenly...
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