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18 Feb 19
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Harold Frederick Shipman (14 January 1946 – 13 January 2004) was an English general practitioner and one of the most prolific serial killers in history. On 31 January 2000, a jury found Shipman guilty of 15 murders of patients under his care. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with the recommendation that he never be released.[ […]

15 Feb 19

Joe Sim is Professor of Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University The latest figures from the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), concerning deaths and self-harm in prison, indicate that the institution remains lethal for those to whom the state supposedly owes a duty of care. The figures are scandalous and are a scathing indictment of the abject […]

13 Feb 19
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Stephen Appleton, 51 (pictured on an undated photo), quit drinking on April 2, 2018, after years of fighting alcoholism and depression. An investigation revealed that he had been told by his doctor to continue drinking and was hanged to the doctor eight days after his appointment A doctor told a successful businessman struggling against alcoholism […]

12 Feb 19
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Amber Peat & # 39; s physical father targeted her stepfather on her investigation today, accusing him of treating the coroner's court as a "joke." The 13-year-old schoolgirl was found dead in May 2015 in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Three days after storming out of her home following a row with mother Kelly Peat and stepfather Danny […]

12 Feb 19
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Ein Schulmädchen, das nach einem Familienstreit wegen „erniedrigender“ Bestrafung, die sie erhalten hatte, aufgehängt wurde, haben Mutter und Stiefvater gesagt. Amber Peat wurde drei Tage nach ihrer Unstimmigkeit mit ihrer Mutter wegen Hausarbeit gefunden, als sie aus ihrem Haus verschwunden war. Der 13-Jährige hatte den Lehrern offenbar zuvor gesagt, dass sie bis 1.30 Uhr "den […]

12 Feb 19
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A schoolgirl who was found hanged after a family dispute lied about "humiliating" punishments, her mother and stepfather said. The body of Amber Peat was found three days after his disappearance after a disagreement with his mother regarding household chores. The 13-year-old girl had apparently already told teachers that she had to "scrub the floor" […]

11 Feb 19
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Amber Peat's mother believes that her 13-year-old daughter "had every intention of coming home" before she was hung up, an investigation said. The schoolgirl, who died in June 2015, may have wanted to "make a mark to show her friends," Nottingham Coroner's Court said today. Her 37-year-old mother, Kelly, said, "At the time, there was […]

11 Feb 19
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The mother and father-in-law of a schoolgirl found hanged after a family dispute had revealed to a judicial investigation that she had lied about "humiliating" punishments that she allegedly had imposed. The body of Amber Peat was found three days after his disappearance after an argument with his mother about housework. The Nottingham Coroner's Court […]

09 Feb 19
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A young father died after receiving an overdose of MDMA, commonly known as ecstasy, an investigation reported. Daniel White, father of two children, got a "very significant overdose" when he celebrated New Year's Eve 2017, Derby and Derbyshire told Coroner's Court. Family members and friends worried about his worsening condition called an ambulance to his […]

08 Feb 19
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The physical father of schoolgirl Amber Peat has told the investigation into her death that he was "vile abused" by her stepfather when he found out that his daughter had disappeared on Facebook. Adrian Cook said he had tried to contact Amber Mother's mother, Kelly Peat, after the 13-year-old disappeared. He had not seen her […]

07 Feb 19
The Sun
THE natural father of tragic schoolgirl Amber Peat was subjected to ‘vile abuse’ by her stepdad who told him he was a “mere sperm donor.” Adrian Cook said he tried to contact Amber’s mum, Kelly Peat, following the 13-year-old’s disappearance after only discovering she was missing on Facebook. Adrian Cook, Amber Peats biological father leaves Nottingham Coroners Court with his new wife, Lynda Danny Peat, Amber’s stepdad, leaves Nottingham Coroners Court Amber Peat, 13, who was found dead after she vanished from her home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire He hadn’t seen her for more than two years after the family moved home without telling him. But when Mr Cook discovered Amber had vanished on social media and called a number on her missing persons poster, he claimed he got hold of stepdad Danny Peat who told him: “She is not your f****** daughter. “She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.” Amber who stormed out of her home in Mansfield, Notts, in May 2015 after being ordered to clean out a cool box. She was found hanged in a hedgerow three days later. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being “emotionally abused” at home and subjected to a series of draconian punishments – including being told to wash every pot in the kitchen – for “undesirable behaviour”. Mr Cook gave evidence to the Nottingham hearing on its ninth day after deciding to attend in person. It was originally only intended a statement from him would be read. He told coroner Laurinda Bower how he and Kelly met around 2000 and had two children – Amber and a sibling, who can’t be named – before splitting on Christmas Eve 2012, when he moved out of the family home in Derbys. [quote credit=”What Adrian Cook claims he was told”]She is not your f****** daughter. She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.[/quote] Mr Cook said he last saw his children in early 2013, when Amber was 10, and took them for a meal in a pub. He claimed she was “happy and cheerful” – until he said he had to take her home. Asked by Ms Bower why that was the final time he saw them, Mr Cook replied: “My shifts were all over the place. “I tried to ring Kelly and said I would be off this week, and Kelly said I could not see them at the drop of a hat. “I would ring and it would be, ‘we are going here’, or ‘we are going there’. “Every time I phoned her it would be ‘inconvenient’. There would be ‘family business’ to see to, or ‘we are taking them here, or there’. “The last time was a heated discussion. It was getting to the point where you are beaten down by it. I wanted to see the children.” DESPERATE DAD Mr Cook said that during their last conversation, Kelly told him: “You just can’t see them when you want to.” The inquest heard he considered talking to a solicitor, but didn’t feel he “had a leg to stand on”. At some point around March 2013, he went to their home – but found it was empty. Mr Cook said: “I went to a friends’ house on the estate, but they said that one morning they woke up and they had upped and gone. I had no idea where they’d gone.” He added the next contact he had with the Peats was on the day after Amber disappeared. Mr Cook told the hearing: “I found out in Facebook so I tried to contact Kelly with the number off the missing person posters. “I got vile abuse off Danny – ‘she is not your f****** daughter, she wants nothing to do with you, you are nothing but a sperm donor. “I phoned back again and spoke to Danny’s mum. I didn’t get much information. I was in deep shock about it.” He added he didn’t know about any issues surrounding his daughter that the inquest had heard about, including her running away from home previously and problems at school. His mum Jennifer Lancaster – Amber’s grandmother – told the hearing her granddaughter was a “lovely, sweet, lovable child” who “liked to cuddle and play silly girly things like dressing up, and with her make-up bag”. [quote credit=”Jennifer Lancaster”]How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure?[/quote] Mrs Lancaster said she saw Amber “quite frequently” when she was young – but when her son and Kelly split up she only saw her “two or three” times before her death. One of the occasions was Valentines’ Day in 2013, when Danny wanted to cook Kelly a “romantic meal” and the children went to stay with her for the weekend. But Mrs Lancaster said Amber was “weepy” because she had overheard a conversation between Kelly and her mum, Dianne Gillibrand, in which they had said she “wouldn’t want them”. Mrs Lancaster said: “I told them I would always want them. How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure? “It struck me as odd.” Mrs Lancaster next saw the young siblings on Mother’s Day 2013, but they couldn’t stop for long because Kelly was waiting in her car outside. She gave them a pair of charm bracelets, and expected to see them again before she went into hospital that April for a knee operation – but never did. She told the hearing: “I got a message from Kelly to say they loved the bracelets, and that was it. “I bought them Easter eggs and sent a message to see if they would be coming for them. And I wanted to get Amber a birthday present because I was going in hospital. But the message (back) was, ‘don’t know, not sure’. That was it.” Mrs Lancaster added that she went to the family home in a bid to see them – but found they had moved. When she contacted Kelly to ask for the new address – only to be told: “I am not comfortable with you having it.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”316″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “I thought, ‘this is really strange’, but that is the way it was.” Mrs Lancaster found out Amber had gone missing through her sister, and “panicked”. She said she had no concerns about her granddaughter’s behaviour, and what had happened “came as a shock”. Referring to the Peats, she said: “They trust you with their kids and then stop you seeing them, and the next thing you know she is missing. “It’s horrible, it really is horrible. The inquest continues. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being ’emotionally abused’ Kelly Peat, Amber’s mum, pictured leaving Nottingham Coroners Court Amber’s mum and stepdad as they appealed for help to find the teenage girl We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
07 Feb 19
The Scottish Sun
THE natural father of tragic schoolgirl Amber Peat was subjected to ‘vile abuse’ by her stepdad who told him he was a “mere sperm donor.” Adrian Cook said he tried to contact Amber’s mum, Kelly Peat, following the 13-year-old’s disappearance after only discovering she was missing on Facebook. Adrian Cook, Amber Peats biological father leaves Nottingham Coroners Court with his new wife, Lynda Danny Peat, Amber’s stepdad, leaves Nottingham Coroners Court Amber Peat, 13, who was found dead after she vanished from her home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire He hadn’t seen her for more than two years after the family moved home without telling him. But when Mr Cook discovered Amber had vanished on social media and called a number on her missing persons poster, he claimed he got hold of stepdad Danny Peat who told him: “She is not your f****** daughter. “She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.” Amber who stormed out of her home in Mansfield, Notts, in May 2015 after being ordered to clean out a cool box. She was found hanged in a hedgerow three days later. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being “emotionally abused” at home and subjected to a series of draconian punishments – including being told to wash every pot in the kitchen – for “undesirable behaviour”. Mr Cook gave evidence to the Nottingham hearing on its ninth day after deciding to attend in person. It was originally only intended a statement from him would be read. He told coroner Laurinda Bower how he and Kelly met around 2000 and had two children – Amber and a sibling, who can’t be named – before splitting on Christmas Eve 2012, when he moved out of the family home in Derbys. [quote credit=”What Adrian Cook claims he was told”]She is not your f****** daughter. She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.[/quote] Mr Cook said he last saw his children in early 2013, when Amber was 10, and took them for a meal in a pub. He claimed she was “happy and cheerful” – until he said he had to take her home. Asked by Ms Bower why that was the final time he saw them, Mr Cook replied: “My shifts were all over the place. “I tried to ring Kelly and said I would be off this week, and Kelly said I could not see them at the drop of a hat. “I would ring and it would be, ‘we are going here’, or ‘we are going there’. “Every time I phoned her it would be ‘inconvenient’. There would be ‘family business’ to see to, or ‘we are taking them here, or there’. “The last time was a heated discussion. It was getting to the point where you are beaten down by it. I wanted to see the children.” DESPERATE DAD Mr Cook said that during their last conversation, Kelly told him: “You just can’t see them when you want to.” The inquest heard he considered talking to a solicitor, but didn’t feel he “had a leg to stand on”. At some point around March 2013, he went to their home – but found it was empty. Mr Cook said: “I went to a friends’ house on the estate, but they said that one morning they woke up and they had upped and gone. I had no idea where they’d gone.” He added the next contact he had with the Peats was on the day after Amber disappeared. Mr Cook told the hearing: “I found out in Facebook so I tried to contact Kelly with the number off the missing person posters. “I got vile abuse off Danny – ‘she is not your f****** daughter, she wants nothing to do with you, you are nothing but a sperm donor. “I phoned back again and spoke to Danny’s mum. I didn’t get much information. I was in deep shock about it.” He added he didn’t know about any issues surrounding his daughter that the inquest had heard about, including her running away from home previously and problems at school. His mum Jennifer Lancaster – Amber’s grandmother – told the hearing her granddaughter was a “lovely, sweet, lovable child” who “liked to cuddle and play silly girly things like dressing up, and with her make-up bag”. [quote credit=”Jennifer Lancaster”]How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure?[/quote] Mrs Lancaster said she saw Amber “quite frequently” when she was young – but when her son and Kelly split up she only saw her “two or three” times before her death. One of the occasions was Valentines’ Day in 2013, when Danny wanted to cook Kelly a “romantic meal” and the children went to stay with her for the weekend. But Mrs Lancaster said Amber was “weepy” because she had overheard a conversation between Kelly and her mum, Dianne Gillibrand, in which they had said she “wouldn’t want them”. Mrs Lancaster said: “I told them I would always want them. How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure? “It struck me as odd.” Mrs Lancaster next saw the young siblings on Mother’s Day 2013, but they couldn’t stop for long because Kelly was waiting in her car outside. She gave them a pair of charm bracelets, and expected to see them again before she went into hospital that April for a knee operation – but never did. She told the hearing: “I got a message from Kelly to say they loved the bracelets, and that was it. “I bought them Easter eggs and sent a message to see if they would be coming for them. And I wanted to get Amber a birthday present because I was going in hospital. But the message (back) was, ‘don’t know, not sure’. That was it.” Mrs Lancaster added that she went to the family home in a bid to see them – but found they had moved. When she contacted Kelly to ask for the new address – only to be told: “I am not comfortable with you having it.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “I thought, ‘this is really strange’, but that is the way it was.” Mrs Lancaster found out Amber had gone missing through her sister, and “panicked”. She said she had no concerns about her granddaughter’s behaviour, and what had happened “came as a shock”. Referring to the Peats, she said: “They trust you with their kids and then stop you seeing them, and the next thing you know she is missing. “It’s horrible, it really is horrible. The inquest continues. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being ’emotionally abused’ Kelly Peat, Amber’s mum, pictured leaving Nottingham Coroners Court Amber’s mum and stepdad as they appealed for help to find the teenage girl We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
07 Feb 19
The Irish Sun
THE natural father of tragic schoolgirl Amber Peat was subjected to ‘vile abuse’ by her stepdad who told him he was a “mere sperm donor.” Adrian Cook said he tried to contact Amber’s mum, Kelly Peat, following the 13-year-old’s disappearance after only discovering she was missing on Facebook. Adrian Cook, Amber Peats biological father leaves Nottingham Coroners Court with his new wife, Lynda Danny Peat, Amber’s stepdad, leaves Nottingham Coroners Court Amber Peat, 13, who was found dead after she vanished from her home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire He hadn’t seen her for more than two years after the family moved home without telling him. But when Mr Cook discovered Amber had vanished on social media and called a number on her missing persons poster, he claimed he got hold of stepdad Danny Peat who told him: “She is not your f****** daughter. “She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.” Amber who stormed out of her home in Mansfield, Notts, in May 2015 after being ordered to clean out a cool box. She was found hanged in a hedgerow three days later. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being “emotionally abused” at home and subjected to a series of draconian punishments – including being told to wash every pot in the kitchen – for “undesirable behaviour”. Mr Cook gave evidence to the Nottingham hearing on its ninth day after deciding to attend in person. It was originally only intended a statement from him would be read. He told coroner Laurinda Bower how he and Kelly met around 2000 and had two children – Amber and a sibling, who can’t be named – before splitting on Christmas Eve 2012, when he moved out of the family home in Derbys. [quote credit=”What Adrian Cook claims he was told”]She is not your f****** daughter. She wants nothing to do with you. You are nothing but a sperm donor.[/quote] Mr Cook said he last saw his children in early 2013, when Amber was 10, and took them for a meal in a pub. He claimed she was “happy and cheerful” – until he said he had to take her home. Asked by Ms Bower why that was the final time he saw them, Mr Cook replied: “My shifts were all over the place. “I tried to ring Kelly and said I would be off this week, and Kelly said I could not see them at the drop of a hat. “I would ring and it would be, ‘we are going here’, or ‘we are going there’. “Every time I phoned her it would be ‘inconvenient’. There would be ‘family business’ to see to, or ‘we are taking them here, or there’. “The last time was a heated discussion. It was getting to the point where you are beaten down by it. I wanted to see the children.” DESPERATE DAD Mr Cook said that during their last conversation, Kelly told him: “You just can’t see them when you want to.” The inquest heard he considered talking to a solicitor, but didn’t feel he “had a leg to stand on”. At some point around March 2013, he went to their home – but found it was empty. Mr Cook said: “I went to a friends’ house on the estate, but they said that one morning they woke up and they had upped and gone. I had no idea where they’d gone.” He added the next contact he had with the Peats was on the day after Amber disappeared. Mr Cook told the hearing: “I found out in Facebook so I tried to contact Kelly with the number off the missing person posters. “I got vile abuse off Danny – ‘she is not your f****** daughter, she wants nothing to do with you, you are nothing but a sperm donor. “I phoned back again and spoke to Danny’s mum. I didn’t get much information. I was in deep shock about it.” He added he didn’t know about any issues surrounding his daughter that the inquest had heard about, including her running away from home previously and problems at school. His mum Jennifer Lancaster – Amber’s grandmother – told the hearing her granddaughter was a “lovely, sweet, lovable child” who “liked to cuddle and play silly girly things like dressing up, and with her make-up bag”. [quote credit=”Jennifer Lancaster”]How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure?[/quote] Mrs Lancaster said she saw Amber “quite frequently” when she was young – but when her son and Kelly split up she only saw her “two or three” times before her death. One of the occasions was Valentines’ Day in 2013, when Danny wanted to cook Kelly a “romantic meal” and the children went to stay with her for the weekend. But Mrs Lancaster said Amber was “weepy” because she had overheard a conversation between Kelly and her mum, Dianne Gillibrand, in which they had said she “wouldn’t want them”. Mrs Lancaster said: “I told them I would always want them. How can you not want two little children like that, that give you so much pleasure? “It struck me as odd.” Mrs Lancaster next saw the young siblings on Mother’s Day 2013, but they couldn’t stop for long because Kelly was waiting in her car outside. She gave them a pair of charm bracelets, and expected to see them again before she went into hospital that April for a knee operation – but never did. She told the hearing: “I got a message from Kelly to say they loved the bracelets, and that was it. “I bought them Easter eggs and sent a message to see if they would be coming for them. And I wanted to get Amber a birthday present because I was going in hospital. But the message (back) was, ‘don’t know, not sure’. That was it.” Mrs Lancaster added that she went to the family home in a bid to see them – but found they had moved. When she contacted Kelly to ask for the new address – only to be told: “I am not comfortable with you having it.” [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”2″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] She said: “I thought, ‘this is really strange’, but that is the way it was.” Mrs Lancaster found out Amber had gone missing through her sister, and “panicked”. She said she had no concerns about her granddaughter’s behaviour, and what had happened “came as a shock”. Referring to the Peats, she said: “They trust you with their kids and then stop you seeing them, and the next thing you know she is missing. “It’s horrible, it really is horrible. The inquest continues. A inquest into her death has heard claims the teenager was being ’emotionally abused’ Kelly Peat, Amber’s mum, pictured leaving Nottingham Coroners Court Amber’s mum and stepdad as they appealed for help to find the teenage girl We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368. You can WhatsApp us on 07810 791 502. We pay for videos too. Click here to upload yours.
07 Feb 19
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Tragic Amber Peat was last seen by a neighbor cleaning his car, an inquest into the death of the 13-year-old heard today. Adam Lamb said the teen smiled at him and was "chewing her sleeve" as she walked past him in the street in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, on May 30, 2015. He did not know how […]