Pictured: British internet troll who admits threatening to kill 200 US citizens in Facebook posts which led to thousands of children staying off school Reece Elliott, 24, admitted threatening to kill and sending grossly offensive messages at Newcastle Crown Court todayHe left abusive posts under a pen-name on a Facebook tribute site for teenager who died in car crashThousands of American children kept off school in Tennessee after threats were posted : 'I'm glad the fat bitch is dead. Let's drink to drink driving. No-one gives a s*** that she's dead, get over it.
Senior Surrey police officers suffered 'collective amnesia' over hacking of Milly Dowler’s phone… but got let off with 'words of advice' despite failing to actIPCC finds Surrey's senior officers knew of crime in 2002 but ignored it 'Senior officers appear to have been afflicted by a form of collective amnesia'Craig Denholm and Maria Woodall were accused of knowing for a decade Lack of evidence means that misconduct charges against them are droppedBut Surrey Police still take 'management action' against the serving officers /11/03/article-2227215-005799A400000258-131_634x891.jpg” width=”634″ height=”891″ alt=”Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked” class=”blkBorder” /> Tributes: Craig Denholm (left) stands with Bob and Sally Dowler, Milly's parents, who said because her voicemail messages disappeared they believed she was alive – in fact her her phone had been hacked Mr Denholm was disciplined by Surrey for failing to 'assess material sent to him' and Ms Woodall for not 'making the connection between the convictions for phone-hacking in 2007 and the events of 2002'.
Schoolboy, 15, bullied to death by trolls on the internet: friends say vile posts drove him to despair Friends say Joshua Unsworth was hounded by internet trollsThe 15-year-old was found dead behind his home in LancashireSchool says staff and pupils are 'shocked and upset' By James Tozer PUBLISHED: 14:40 GMT, 7 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:02 GMT, 8 April 2013 Victim: Joshua Unsworth, 15, was found hanged after allegedly being bullied on social media sites A schoolboy found hanged in his parents’ garden had complained of cyber-bullying on a notorious social networking site, it has emerged. Josh Unsworth, 15, had endured months of abusive messages on his profile on Ask.fm, which has been described by child safety experts as a ‘stalker’s paradise’. At one point his father Gary, 46, apparently took over the page, threatening to report the abusers to police.
Rugby player, 23, blackmailed pretty student, 20, for 2,000 after she sent him topless picturesSean Tustin, 23, chatted up woman in a bar and the pair began 'sexting' When he found she had a boyfriend he threatened to expose their affairHe demanded cash from the 20-year-old student, who cannot be namedFather-of-three jailed for 20 months after admitting four charges of blackmail By Amanda Williams PUBLISHED: 10:42 GMT, 2 April 2013 | UPDATED: 17:16 GMT, 2 April 2013 Rugby player Sean Tustin, 23 who blackmailed a pretty college student for 2,000 after she sent him topless pictures from her mobile phone A rugby player has been jailed for blackmailing a pretty student for 2,000 after she sent him topless pictures from her mobile phone. Father of three Sean Tustin, 23, chatted up the young woman in a bar – and the pair began 'sexting' – sending sexual text messages to each other Swansea Crown Court heard after he discovered she already had a boyfriend – 6ft 3in Tustin threatened to tell him what was going on. The trusting student, 20, was then persuaded to send a semi-naked picture of herself to Tustin
Schoolgirl, 14, found hanged after father confiscated her phone Jade Stringer, of Bury, was unhappy at being told to hand over the phoneIt was despite fears schoolgirl might get abusive text messages from a boyFather later offered to give her the phone if he could check her messagesShe refused to hand over charger and was found hanged 30 minutes later , her mother added. However, last summer she accused a boy of assaulting her, and her mobile phone was seized by police in an attempt to stop him contacting her
Undertaker 'killed his wife while having affair with a widow and dipped into his joint bank account for a love nest to share with mistress' John Taylor, 61, started affair with Alison Dearden when her husband diedSix months later his wife Alethea, 63, mysteriously disappeared without traceMrs Dearden, 53, told court how lovers were planning to elope By Andy Dolan PUBLISHED: 16:23 GMT, 25 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:40 GMT, 25 February 2013 An undertaker murdered his wife while enjoying an affair with a widow he seduced after arranging her late husband’s funeral, a court heard today. John Taylor, 61, is accused of killing wife Alethea, six months in to the ‘intense’ affair with Alison Dearden, 53. A court today heard he began bombarding the widow with text messages within weeks of Mr Dearden’s death.
British mother, 41, collapses and dies in front of family while singing karaoke at five star hotel in EgyptLeah Rice, 41, believed to have had a heart attack at the Red Sea resort The mother-of-one was due to return to the UK tomorrowHer firm's Facebook page was deluged with messages of condolence By Sam Webb PUBLISHED: 16:34 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 31 January 2013 A British businesswoman has died while singing karaoke on holiday at the popular Sharm-el Sheikh resort in Egypt.
We're getting our New Year's phone calls in early: Most people contact loved ones around 7pm instead of waiting until midnightText message traffic peaked at 7.02pm on New Year's Eve last year Four times as many texts as calls were sent on December 31st, 2011 Trend of sending same message to multiple people is behind the change | UPDATED: 03:48 GMT, 31 December 2012 The traditional phone call on the stroke of midnight is a New Year's tradition as entrenched as Auld Lang Syne. But now it seems Britons text their Happy New Year wishes hours ahead of midnight, research has shown. In 2011 traffic peaked at 7.02pm and analysts expect the same trend this year
Huge spike in online dating after Christmas as holiday spirit encourages thousands to cure their lonelinessOnline dating sites are reporting 350 per cent more traffic post Christmas Match.com expects three million email messages to be sent this week One in five UK relationships now begins online | UPDATED: 20:32 GMT, 30 December 2012 Looking for love: Millions of singletons will be looking for their perfect date online this week with dating websites reporting a surge in users in the period between Christmas and the beginning of January It may be the annual onslaught of loved ones questioning your single status over Christmas dinner or the pressure to find that special someone to kiss at midnight on New Year's Eve. But it seems that the post Christmas slump is the time to find romance online with the period between Boxing Day and the turn of the year the busiest stretch for online dating sites.
Senior NHS nurse tormented mentally ill patients by performing Nazi goose-step and groped a male colleague Stephen Johnson, 54, was found guilty of eight allegations of misconductJohnson, from Colchester, Essex, reduced a patient who suffered from delusions that he was Adolf Hitler to tearsHe shouted 'Heil Hitler' while Polish and Jewish colleagues watched He also groped a male colleague and touched a male patient's genitalsThe deputy ward manager sent pornographic images to a female co-worker | UPDATED: 17:14 GMT, 18 December 2012 Punishment: Nurse Stephen Johnson faces being struck off for his treatment of mentally ill patients A senior nurse who goose-stepped around a room of mentally ill patients while performing Nazi salutes faces being struck off. Stephen Johnson put a finger under his nose to represent a Hitler moustache and marched around the NHS care home in Essex like Basil Fawlty in the comedy classic Fawlty Towers