Murdered: Scott McKay died after being hit with a saucepan A man was beaten to death with a saucepan in an attack by his housemate's love rival, a murder trial has been told. Scott McKay, 41, suffered a severe bleed to the brain after being struck on the head in what was described as a 'sick attack' in Hull, East Yorkshire. He was found injured on the street outside his home on July 6 and died nine days later in hospital, Sheffield Crown Court heard. Jason Shreeve, 42, and Luke Hainsworth, 30, both of Hull, appeared in court yesterday to deny murder. Sam Green, prosecuting, told the jury a man who moved into shared accommodation where Mr McKay lived connected the victim to his alleged killers. Shreeve learned his partner had conducted a brief relationship with the man, who wasn't named, before they got together. This allegedly led to several incidents of threatening behaviour towards the unnamed man. On July 6, Shreeve and Hainsworth are said to have paid several visits to the home in … [Read more...] about Man ‘battered his love rival’s housemate to death with a saucepan then hid under the floorboards in his kitchen’
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A New York City high school math teacher is alleged to have given his students money, drugs and alcohol in order to curry favor with female pupils in his class. Peter Muhlbach is said to have preyed on teenage girls at Long Island City High School for years and is alleged to had a sexual relationship with one of them. He then awarded his students good grades in the hope they would remain friends with the man. A former Queens teacher, Peter Muhlbach, 53, had sex with a female student, and lavished others with gifts, even fixing grades for pupils that he favored The 53-year-old was desperate to appear as the 'cool teacher' to the kids at his school and would set about recruiting new teenage companions as each new school year arrived. Muhlbach was brazen in his antics and would post pictures of himself posting with young female students on his own Facebook page, Special Commissioner of Investigation Anastasia Coleman said. In one picture posted in February showing two women … [Read more...] about ‘Pervy’ New York City teacher who was desperate to stay ‘cool’ had ‘sex with a student’ and ‘gave teenage girls money, alcohol and better grades’
Morgan Jones and Grace said their heartbreaking goodbyes to one another on Sunday's episode of Fear The Walking Dead after a day of bonding. As they set out to help a man bitten by walkers, the pair shared their pasts, faced their worries about the future, and it even seemed like romance was in the offing. For the first time since he'd lost his family, Morgan [Lennie James] was able to really laugh again, and he looked as though he felt carefree. Tough goodbye: Morgan Jones fought back tears after saying goodbye to Grace on Sunday's episode of Fear The Walking Dead Grace [Karen David], who had been living with radiation poisoning and the threat of imminent death, finally threw herself into the present. And then it was all too much for Morgan. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Fear the Walking Dead: Morgan has a scary brush with death... Fear The Walking Dead: Morgan Jones and Alicia Clark pull... Fear The Walking Dead: Alicia Clark saves orphans but gets... Fear The … [Read more...] about Fear The Walking Dead: Morgan Jones leaves Grace behind after they exchange heartbreaking goodbye
Harriet (12A) Rating: Verdict: Compelling biopic Them That Follow (15) Rating: Verdict: Colman’s mustard For reasons no one can quite explain, the depiction of Harriet Tubman on a $20 bill — which was announced by the U.S. Treasury three years ago and which will make her the first African-American to be thus honoured — keeps being delayed. In the meantime, a curious anomaly is cancelled by Kasi Lemmons’ excellent film, Harriet. For how is it that a woman born into slavery 200 years ago, who became illustrious enough for her likeness to end up on a major unit of U.S. currency, has never, as far as I’m aware, been the subject of a Hollywood movie? Harriet Tubman is not content with being free herself. She wants her husband, parents and siblings to join her. And so begins the remarkable campaign that, more than 150 years later, would gain her the recognition of the U.S. Treasury The answer, for reasons we can probably all guess, … [Read more...] about A British star is born in this compelling drama about the ‘Underground Railroad’ that helped slaves flee the horrors of the Deep South: BRIAN VINER reviews Harriet
What Makes A Murderer? Rating: Italian Express Rating: Psychopath John Massey is feeling aggrieved. The Old Bailey judge who sent him down for murder failed to recognise what a difficult childhood he had suffered. Even more hurtful, the judge said some really mean things. He called Massey a 'pre-meditated, cold-blooded murderer' and accused him of stepping over his victim's 'cold, lifeless body'. That was a lie, the killer insisted to sympathetic scientists on What Makes A Murderer? (C4). When he barged his way over father-of-two Charlie Higgins's corpse in a Clapton pub in 1975, the man had been dead just a few seconds. His body could not have been cold. The scientists, Professor Adrian Raine and Dr Vicky Thakordas-Desai — who call themselves a 'neurocriminologist' and a 'forensic psychologist' — wrung their hands. Professor Adrian Raine and Dr Vicky Thakordas-Desai examined a case of murder from the 1970s RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next CHRISTOPHER … [Read more...] about CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night’s TV: Killer question – how can scientists make excuses for this psychopath?