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Son of original East End Hells Angel pleads guilty in cabbie attack

A Vancouver cabbie brutally assaulted last November says he is relieved his attacker will spend more than a year in jail.

Ranjit Shergill said he is still in pain from the broken bones in his face after he was punched and stomped by a man with links to the East End Hells Angels.

Lloyd Peter Robinson, 30, pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm in Vancouver provincial court last month and was sentenced to 16 months in jail, two years probation and lifetime firearms ban.

Shergill, 43, only learned of the guilty plea Monday from a Vancouver Sun rep mulberry handbags orter.

“I think it’s good. He has one year and four months to think about and realize what he did,” Shergill said, who was off of work until last week with no pay. on Nov. 17.

He said Robinson tried to cover the security camera in the taxi. Once they arrived at an apartment building at Drake Street and Marinaside Crescent, there was a dispute over the $6.60 fare.

“He suddenly attacked on me and fractured by nose and eyes,” Shergill said. “After I went unconscious.”

Police arrested Robinson five days later on a charge of aggravated assault. He pleaded guilty to the lesser included count of assault causing bodily harm.

VPD Sgt. Randy Fincham said Monday that the quick guilty plea a result of the willingness of a victim of crime to put their trust in the police and the determination of investigators and Crown Counsel to build the best case possible for the courts. father, Louie, was an original member of the East End Hells Angels but retired from the club after a major undercover investigation in which police agent Micheal Plante infiltrated the gang by getting close to him. Civil Forfeiture law.

The younger Robinson had an earlier conviction for assault in Kelowna in March 2012. He got a fine and a year probation.

He also faced allegations of uttering threats in August 2012 after which a peace bond was issued in February 2013.

And in July 2004, he was sentenced to two years in jail for a baseball bat attack on a teenager outside the Park Royal Shopping Centre.

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I already responded to that. His case was put over to March 10 and he remains in custody. These short, relatively insignificant appearances will continue for months, if not years. Nothing happens until either a bail hearing (which will be covered by a ban,) a preliminary hearing (which if one goes ahead, will also be covered by a ban,) pre trial hearings (which we can report on if it is a judge alone trial if it a jury trial, we can and finally 2 or 3 years from now the trial, which will hopefully be completely open and free of bans on witness names!

ANCOUVER A Vancouver woman accused of murder in the deaths of her newborn sons was so scared of her parents finding out about her pregnancies that she gave birth alone in the family bathroom and then secretly disposed of the infants, says the Crown.

Sarah Leung, 28, was charged with two counts of second degree murder after the body of a baby boy was found in a plastic bag outside an East Vancouver home in April 2009.

Police alleged Leung gave birth to a second baby boy in March 2010 and killed that baby as well, though the infant body was never found.

Mom charged in deaths of two Vancouver infants

On Monday, Crown prosecutor Sandra Cunningham told a 12 member jury on the first day of Leung trial that after she was charged in June 2010, she confessed to police that she was afraid to tell her parents about her pregnancy.

told (a detective) her parents didn really approve of getting pregnant before marriage, and she was scared to tell them because she knew they would be unhappy, Cunningham said in her opening statement.

knew she had done something wrong against them, that they wouldn have liked, so she hid everything from them.

During Monday hearing, the lawyer laid out a sequence of events that police believe led to the deaths of the two baby boys.

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Son of Odisha village shopkeeper bags 154th rank in IIT

18 year old Rakesh Ranjan Nayak, the son of a poor village shopkeeper, surprised all when his name appeared in the list of successful candidates for this year’s IIT JEE.

While Rakesh ranked 154 in the All India merit list, he stood 18th in the list of Other Backward Caste (OBC) category students. He also topped the list of 240 successful candidates from Odisha.

“I was expecting a place in the top 500 list. But I am surprised to find my name in the 154th rank,” Rakesh told PTI after being felicitated by Chief Minister Navee mulberry handbags n Patnaik here at the state secretariat.

Eldest among three children of Raj Kishore Nayak of Saranggada village in riot hit Kandhamal district, Rakesh had secured 95.8 per cent in 10th standard board examination and 95.2 per cent in Plus II (Science) examination last year.

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Rakesh said he was interested to get into IIT Mumbai and study electrical engineering. “I want to do research in electrical engineering in future,” he said.

Rakesh’s father Raj Kishore, having a formal education upto 10th standard, was happy with his son’s success while mother Sabitarani visited the temple to thank the village goddess. The entire village is celebrating Rakesh’s success, Sabitarani said.

“I am a poor shopkeeper. I do not know much about his education. His uncles got him admitted at a private coaching institute in Bhubaneswar a year ago. I do not know what IIT is,” the father told PTI over phone from his small grocery shop at Saranggada village.

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Son of IRA victim in ‘backlash’ claim

Michael McConville has said his family’s fight for justice will go on after the Sinn Fein president was freed, but has maintained he could be shot if he disclosed the identities of suspects to poli mulberry handbags ce.

Mr Adams, 65, was released from Antrim police station, pending a report being sent to prosecutors, after four days of questioning about the notorious 1972 killing of the mother of 10 and other alleged links with the IRA.

Mr McConville told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “Gerry Adams says to me ‘Michael, you are getting a letter of support from the republican people’. He says ‘if you release the names I hope you are ready for the backlash’.

“I took it as a threat.”

Mr Adams has vehemently rejected allegations made by former republican colleagues that he ordered the abduction and killing under investigation denials he repeated again last night.

The decision whether to charge him with any offence will be made by the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) at a later date after reviewing evidence presented by police.

Mr McConville alleged the “threat” was made around the time a report being drawn up by Northern Ireland’s then police ombudsman, Nua mulberry handbags la O’Loan, into claims that his mother was an informer was close to being finalised.

The Sinn Fein president had brokered a series of meetings between him and members of the IRA.

Mr McConville said he used to tell Mr Adams what had happened in the meetings and warned him that he would release the names of those involved if Ms O’Loan’s report was disputed.

At that point he said the backlash was mentioned.

Mr McConville said that “could” have meant a backlash against the peace process but said he took it to mean the “backlash from republican people”.

Mr Adams will refocus on election campaigning today as the political fall out from his release from police custody continues to reverberate around Stormont and beyond.

The republican party is holding a European election rally in Belfast, with a similar event planned in Dublin, as Mr Adams resumes the canvassing activities he claims his detention was designed to thwart.

The rapturous welcome Mr Adams received in a west Belfast hotel on his first public appearance was in marked contrast to the angry scenes outside mulberry handbags the police station as loyalists protested at the decision to free him.

There was disorder in the loyalist Sandy Row area of Belfast, with petrol bombs and stones thrown, though no one was injured.

The former MP for west Belfast and now representative for Co Louth in the Irish Dail criticised the police’s handling of his arrest but moved to dispel any suggestion that Sinn Fein’s commitment to policing had wavered in the wake of the affair.

His arrest on Wednesday triggered a bitter political row at Stormont, with Sinn Fein accusing an “anti peace process rump” within the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) of orchestra mulberry handbags ting the detention with the aim of damaging the party ahead of the European and local government elections.