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

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

Mick Philpott and Mairead Philpott: Wife and mistress "took it in turns" to sleep with father accused of starting fire that killed six…

Wife and mistress 'took it in turns' to sleep with father accused of starting fire that killed six children… and his lover was a bridesmaid at defendants' wedding Mairead Philpott and Lisa Willis slept with Mick Philpott on alternate nights Court heard of arrangement during the married couple's manslaughter trialWillis, 29, told the court: 'We never had all three of us together'Former mistress said she was a bridesmaid when the Philpotts got marriedPhilpotts accused of starting fire at semi-detached Derby home The married couple and a third defendant deny six separate counts of manslaughter /11/06/article-2228528-13BC2AD2000005DC-638_196x326.jpg” width=”196″ height=”326″ alt=”Jade Philpott, 10″ class=”blkBorder” /> Jade Philpott, 10 Jayden Philpott, 5 John Philpott, 9 Jack Philpott, 8 Jesse Philpott, 6 Duwayne Philpott, 13 She said that when the children approached him for help with homework or to read to them, he would tell them to speak to the two women because he was ‘trying to watch telly’. Miss Willis later agreed with a suggestion from Anthony Orchard QC, defending Philpott, that ‘personal hygiene was not a high priority’ for the father