Prestigious award for Mail journalist: Stephen Wright honoured for reporting on Stephen Lawrence investigation Judges at the Paul Foot Award praised Wright's 'dogged reporting'He spearheaded the Mail's Justice for Stephen campaign through to the trial and conviction of two of the original suspects last year His investigation led to famous front page branding the suspects 'Murderers' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 00:42 GMT, 28 February 2013 | UPDATED: 02:05 GMT, 28 February 2013 Honoured: Stephen Wright has received the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism for his reporting on the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation Daily Mail journalist Stephen Wright has been honoured with a prestigious accolade for his 15 years of reporting on the Stephen Lawrence murder investigation. Judges at the Paul Foot Award for investigative journalism created a Special Campaign Award to present him in recognition of his outstanding work. His initial investigation led to Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre famously branding the suspects ‘Murderers’, in a front page headline in February 1997.
Judge and his family beheaded 'with machete' in medieval Ukraine massacre Judge was known to be 'fair and honest' with sentencingPolice suggest gruesome crime may have been motivated by revenge | UPDATED: 11:46 GMT, 17 December 2012 A respected judge – and three members of his family – have been beheaded in a medieval-style massacre in Ukraine. The corpses were left at the scene but the heads of Judge Vladimir Trofimov, his wife Irina, their son Sergei, and the son's partner, Marina Zoueva, are all missing. Police are uncertain what weapon was used – but say it could be a machete, a sword or an axe.
It would make a mockery of justice but foreign judges could rule that Britain’s mass murderers have a human right to be set free | UPDATED: 22:34 GMT, 26 November 2012 Killer: Douglas Vinter murdered a work colleague and then brutally stabbed his wife to death once he was released Tomorrow, three convicted murderers will argue before the European Court of Human Rights that their life sentences should no longer mean life, since this would amount to ‘inhuman treatment’, breaching their human rights. Never mind the inhuman treatment that these particularly foul murderers meted out to their victims. One of them, Douglas Vinter, killed a work colleague, and when released on parole brutally stabbed his own wife to death