Emma Hall: Baby-faced woman, 21, jailed for 15 years after leading vigilante gang to kill a wrongly accused rape suspect

Baby-faced woman, 21, jailed for 15 years after leading vigilante gang to kill a wrongly accused rape suspect in brutal attack which left him looking like the 'Elephant Man'Emma Hall encouraged gang to beat Luke Harwood to death in EssexA girl had told Hall that Harwood raped her but this turned out to be falseBrutal attack left victim with flattened head 'like a marshmallow' James Danby and Tony O'Toole also jailed for taking part in the murder By Arthur Martin and Ben Spencer PUBLISHED: 15:59 GMT, 24 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:55 GMT, 25 April 2013 Jailed: Emma Hall will spend at least 15 years in prison for the brutal torture and murder of Luke Harwood A gang who tortured and killed a teenager who was wrongly accused of rape were jailed for life yesterday. The trio – led by baby-faced Emma Hall – left Luke Harwood, 18, looking like ‘the Elephant Man’ after punching and kicking him for two hours.

Soldiers hunt killer elephant in Nepal after it pulls elderly couple from bed and tramples them to death

Army hunts 'mad' killer elephant in Nepal: 'Wild beast' pulls couple from bed then tramples them to death Elephant kills four people in three months in NepalSoldiers told to find and kill it | UPDATED: 18:42 GMT, 17 December 2012 A killer elephant is being hunted by Nepalese soldiers today after it strayed into villages and killed four people in three months. The rogue wild elephant walked into a thatched house in Gardi village adjoining Chitwan National Park, 50 miles south of Kathmandu, pulled a couple in their 60s from their bed and trampled them to death, said Shiva Ram Gelal, assistant district administrator from Bharatpur, the nearest city. Nepal has about 300 elephants, including around 100 domesticated adults which take tourists on jungle rides in the country's many safari resorts.

Thieves steal three rhino horns from Leicester museum amid fears crime gangs are targeting institutions for precious ivory

Thieves steal three rhino horns from museum amid fears crime gangs are targeting institutions for precious horns and ivory to sell in the Far East Three rhino horns were stolen from Leicester’s New Walk MuseumExperts fear pieces will be sold on black market by organised criminals Rhino horns are used in traditional medicines and aphrodisiacs in many Asian countries | UPDATED: 18:21 GMT, 30 November 2012 Three rhino horns worth tens of thousands of pounds have been stolen from a British museum.