Sentenced to life aged 12: The Justin Bieber look-a-like jailed for helping to murder his friend's stepfather after being tried as an adult Paul Gingerich sentenced to 25-years for shooting a friend's stepfatherHe was tried as an adult and is not due to be released until he is 37Story is the subject of a gripping new documentary to be aired this week :%20The%20Justin%20Bieber%20look-a-like%20jailed%20for%20helping%20to%20murder%20his%20friend's…%20http://bit.ly/11N1dLC%20via%[email protected]' }); With his floppy fringe and sweet, angelic face it is plain to see why his teachers described him as looking like Justin Bieber's cute younger brother. But while most children his age spend their days laughing with friends with nothing more serious to consider than their latest homework assignment, Paul Henry Gingerich is enduring an entirely different reality
Backlash at Paul Daniels's 'schoolgirl kiss' claim: Savile documentary maker brands magician a 'disgrace' | UPDATED: 01:45 GMT, 26 December 2012 Paul Daniels was described as a 'disgrace' yesterday after his admission that he once kissed a schoolgirl who could have been under age. The 74-year-old magician attracted widespread criticism after publishing an article on his internet blog in which he also questioned the validity of claims made by alleged victims of the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal. Daniels went on to say that he could not recall all of his past lovers and he hoped they had all been over the age of consent.
Lord McAlpine sues Sally Bercow for 50,000 over Twitter slur after botched BBC documentary led to him being wrongly identified as a paedophileLord McAlpine has instructed his lawyers to file formal proceedingsMrs Bercow has consistently denied that her Tweet was defamatoryShe has instructed City of London lawyers Carter-Ruck to represent her | UPDATED: 23:14 GMT, 13 December 2012 Sally Bercow is being sued for 50,000 by Lord McAlpine after she sent an online message linking him to sex abuse at a care home.
Clariches! The money-soaked secrets of Britain's swankiest hotel BBC2 programme Inside Claridge's offers viewers a peak behind the sumptuous world of the hotel | UPDATED: 23:53 GMT, 10 December 2012 One of the managers of Claridge’s has a story he likes to tell about the world-famous hotel. ‘People used to ring up the telephone operators here,’ says Timothy Lock, ‘and they would ask: “Could I speak to the king” and the operator would reply: “Which one”’ Although the story is probably apocryphal, it contains a nugget of truth
Mystery man may have lived in home where Lord Lucan's nanny was bludgeoned to death, BBC documentary claims Researchers have unearthed statement of conversation between Lucan's sister-in-law and his four-year-old daughter 'We have been very clear with the BBC that we do not agree with what they are saying and we do not believe their claims,' says sonMurder sparked the biggest manhunt in Scotland Yard's history | UPDATED: 11:54 GMT, 9 December 2012 Hunted: Lord Lucan disappeared the night his nanny was murdered A BBC documentary will claim a mystery man was living in the house where Lord Lucan's nanny was murdered. The man may have been the boyfriend of one of the women in the property at the time nanny Sandra Rivett was battered to death there in 1974
'I'd happily run him over': Cyclist who took part in controversial BBC documentary inundated with hate messages and death threats Gareth Williams, 24, provided footage from his helmet camera for The War on Britain's Roads which aired on Wednesday nightAngry motorists and cyclists took to Twitter accusing Williams of being 'antagonistic' and 'confrontational'One Twitter user said that Williams 'deserves to be knocked off his bike and die!' | UPDATED: 19:54 GMT, 7 December 2012 A cyclist who took part in a documentary highlighting his clash with a taxi driver has become the target of death threats from motorists. Gareth Williams provided the BBC with footage filmed on his helmet camera for The War On Britain’s Roads, which was broadcast on Wednesday night.