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first_imgNEW DELHI: Days after Delhi police PCR reunited 3 children with their parents in Delhi, a 75-year-old woman was reunited with her family in Madipur by the alert PCR staff. The PCR staff spotted a 70-75 years old lady sitting near Fire Station on GT Road Shahdra.The PCR staff approached her and inquired if she needed any assistance. During the enquiry, the woman identified as Sarla informed that she had left her Madipur residence by bus to meet her nephew Sunil living in Shahdara, Delhi. While changing buses she got confused and lost her way. Also Read – Cylinder blast kills mother and daughter in Karawal NagarShe could neither remember the address nor phone numbers of her nephew and even forget that of her residence in Madipur. “Seeing her plight the PCR MPV staff, immediately volunteered to help her and after informing control room took her to Shahdra. After some concerted efforts by PCR MPV staff and local police, her family members were traced in Madipur. Finally, the old lady in distress was handed over to her son Rameshwar a resident of Madipur village, Delhi,” said a senior police officer. The MPV staff displayed a commendable sense of duty and presence of mind and helped an aged woman in distress to reunite with her family.last_img read more

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first_imgProsecutor Patricia Deighan said the images “include moving images and they include very young children – a boy of eleven or twelve, a girl nine or ten and an indecent image of an infant”. In total, the police recovered 225 category A images, 345 category B images and 719 of category C images, which were downloaded sometime before 24 January.Eight people were killed and 48 injured in the London Bridge attack on June 3. Harris had been celebrating getting a new job that night, but he was not able to take up the position.Killers Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba were all shot dead by police. Harris featured on a JustGiving page on July 6, which has raised more than £7,000. Along with the many donations to Harris are comments that call him a “legend” and a “hero”.The court heard that Harris moved back to Northumberland to live with his mother after the attack, which affected his ability to work and he is prescribed anti-depressants.Harris, of Ashington, Northumberland, admitted three counts of making indecent images of children at Highbury Magistrates’ Court.He was given a nine month sentence suspended for two years, must undergo a 60-day rehabilitation activity requirement.He will also be subject to a five-year sexual harm prevention order and ten years on the sex offenders’ register. Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba London Bridge attackers (from left) Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef ZaghbaCredit:Metropolitan Police/PA  Passing sentence, Judge Deva Pillay told Harris: “For well over a year you had been downloading and accessing this material – needless to say the material was not only distressing but in your case some of the material was of an extreme nature,’ the judge said. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. “However, to your credit you have pleaded guilty at the first opportunity at the Magistrates’ Court to this material. Anyone that appears before this court with contraband of this extreme nature – it is to prison they go.”In your case I have had sight of a very detailed pre-sentence report and that of a clinical psychologist. She says there are certain risks to your receiving a custodial sentence and that you have engaged with her in the process of overcoming these interests that you have.” A victim of the London Bridge terror attack has avoided prison for downloading child abuse images after a court heard that being stabbed helped to put a halt to his behaviour.Adam Harris, 38, was in a bar when three jihadists went on the rampage and was knifed twice, Blackfriars Crown Court heard.Five months before, he had been caught with more than 1,000 still images and more than 100 videos of children on his phone and computer.His defence lawyer, Judith Benson, told the judge that the terror attack meant Harris received counselling that helped him to address his behaviour.”In June 2017 he began to take steps to address the behaviour that led to this, in short he was abused as a child,” Ms Benson said.”He began to receive counselling for the PTSD from being stabbed during the London bridge attacks. He has been left with extreme anxiety, depression and as a result of that was provided counselling and in the course of that dealt with the sexual abuse.”Video: How the London Bridge attack happenedlast_img read more

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