Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Noonan Appeals - and Has Jail Term Increased

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Noonan Appeals - and Has Jail Term Increased

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GANGSTER Domenyk Noonan has been handed an extra month on his jail sentence by the country's top judges - as punishment for a hopeless appeal against a conviction.

Noonan, who changed his surname to Lattlay-Fottfoy, was locked up last year after attempting to get a boy to withdraw a sex crime allegation.

Lattlay-Fottfoy, form Salford, had been accused of engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child.

When he was in custody awaiting trial, the 52-year-old called a man and offered him Pounds 1,000 to get the boy to drop the accusation. Lattlay-Fottfoy was acquitted of the sex crime but instead jailed for two years for trying to pervert the course of justice. Yesterday, he took his case to the Court of Appeal where three of the country's top judges upheld the conviction.

They also added a month to the time he must serve to punish him for mounting a hopeless appeal. …

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