'I wouldn't have grassed him up': Ex-BBC producer cleared in Savile sex abuse probe criticises 'over-zealous' police but admits he knew DJ spent night with girl as young as TEN Wilfred De'ath was arrested for sexual assault of actress on November 11The Crown Prosecution Service dropped case against him yesterday Complainant withdrew statement as she was the only one giving evidence De'ath had confronted Savile over night DJ spent with child in hotel 'I said “I think you are living dangerously”.
'Claim jobseeker's allowance and plan holy war': Hate preacher pocketing 25,000 a year in benefits calls on fanatics to live off the stateAnjem Choudary called benefits 'Jihadseeker's allowance'The extremist told followers they must hate democracy and freedomAlso listed bizarre sharia laws, including 'not riding cats and sheep' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:22 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:21 GMT, 17 February 2013 Anjem Choudary has been recorded telling followers to claim benefits as part of their struggle to bring sharia law to the UK A controversial Muslim cleric who lives off benefits is urging his followers to also sponge off UK taxpayers by claiming their 'Jihadseeker's allowance'. Anjem Choudary, who in the past has planned to disrupt the minute's silence on Remembrance Sunday, also openly mocked hard-working Britons, calling them 'slaves'. The Sun newspaper secretly filmed him saying Islam will overrun Europe, David Cameron and Barack Obama should be killed and calling the Queen 'ugly'.
Saying goodbye to his little brother: Family of British Sandy Hook victim, 6, who died in his favorite teacher's arms release balloons in his memory Funerals also held for Olivia Engel, 6, Madeline Hsu, 6, Grace McDonnell, 7 The school's psychologist, 56-year-old Mary Sherlach, and behavioural therapist, 29-year-old Rachel D'Avino, were also laid to rest | UPDATED: 21:08 GMT, 21 December 2012 Releasing balloons outside the church in Bethel, Connecticut on Friday, eight-year-old Jake Hockley bid a somber farewell to his little brother, a victim of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. Six-year-old Dylan Hockley, who moved from England two years ago, was remembered at a funeral in Walnut Hill Community Church, a week after became one of 26 victims gunned down at the school. His parents paid tribute to their energetic, loving son in the service before helping Jake release the purple balloons – Dylan's favourite colour – as their faces were etched with pain