Judge expresses sympathy for businessman who destroyed offices of firm that delayed payment

Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”
Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”

Lincoln Crown Court Judge Michael Heath felt sorry for floor specialist Paul Young, who he said had acted out of “understandable frustration”

Despite causing £24,000 worth of damage he has walked free from court after a judge took sympathy on him and said he had acted out of “understandable frustration”.

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Day 374 – 11/05/2008 – Sunday

It has been another busy week. We have been inundated with mail that we are working through. Kate and I would like to thank everyone who has helped and supported us over the last twelve months. It is the support we have received from family, friends, and the overwhelming response of the general public that […]

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Day 366 – 03/05/2008 – Saturday

It is a year to the day since Madeleine was abducted. A heinous crime that had the potential to destroy the strongest of families. Without doubt it has been the longest year of our lives, yet it does not seem like a year since we last saw Madeleine. She is still a large part of […]

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Profile – Susan Hubbard

The Hubbards, like the McCanns, believe Madeleine may well be alive, and they pray for her safe return. The Hubbards’ faith in God is unwavering, though Susan Hubbard wonders “why our prayers haven’t been answered.”

“I don’t understand that,” she says. “I’ve seen the letters come into their home and their hands. How could so many people be praying for the exact same thing and it not happen? It’s hard.”

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