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The brothers' convictions in can only now be reported at the conclusion of a separate money laundering case involving Efe and ex-Premiership star Sam Sodje, 39, who was cleared over the fraud. Following a retrial, ex-Reading and Nigeria defender Sam Sodje, from Dartford in Kent, was also found not guilty of taking part in a scam in which bank accounts were used to channel cash from companies around the world in Efe Sodje was cleared of money laundering last year but Emmanuel Ehikhamen, 53, of south-east London, and Andrew Oruma, 50, of Bexley, south London, were convicted.
Another footballing brother Akpo Sodje, 37, was implicated but moved to Dubai and has refused to return to Britain to be interviewed. Sandra Parkinson, from Castleton in Rochdale, crashed head on with the victim's car while speeding on the wrong side of the road. Parkinson was driving along Manchester Road in Castleton on November 28, , when she drifted onto the opposite side of the road, a court heard. Parkinson didn't stop and carried on driving on the wrong side of road, before crashing into Ms Bates' Renault Clio. The victim suffered serious injuries to her abdomen and knee.
She suffered multiple fractures, including to her spine. Parkinson, 54, of Cherrington Drive, was sentenced to one year and six months in prison at Minshull Street Crown Court. She previously pleaded guilty to causing serious injury by dangerous driving and dangerous driving.
She has also been disqualified for driving for five and a half years. A teenager has been jailed after he was caught with a handgun and ammunition when he was chased by police early in the morning.
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Suleyman Mohamed, 18, threw the potentially deadly weapon into someone's front garden after running away from officers. He was then caught with a bullet in his pocket and a balaclava on him when officers eventually apprehended him. The teenager from Openshaw, east Manchester, shed tears as he was jailed for three years at Manchester Crown Court.
Mohamed, of Ashton Old Road, Openshaw, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to possession of a prohibited firearm and possession of ammunition without a firearms certificate. There is a mandatory minimum sentence of five years for adult caught with guns, however he was 17 at the time and the minimum for a youth is three years. A prisoner has been given a life sentence after he throttled his cellmate in Strangeways with the cord of his tracksuit trousers.
Wayne Hay, 41, tried to kill the fellow inmate when a row broke out over skin cream and which TV channel they were going to watch, a court heard.
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Hay had been smoking Spice in the prison before the pair started fighting during an incident in and Hay got the upper hand. Hay was behind bars at HMP Manchester serving a life term for trying to kill his then partner.
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In August , Hay had been getting along well with his new cellmate and doing puzzles together, Manchester Crown Court heard. In Hay pleaded guilty to attempted murder and was given a life term, with possibility of parole after four years. He was still in prison at the time of the attack, however. Hay admitted attempted murder for the latest incident with a trouser cord at Strangeways and was sentenced to another term of life imprisonment with a minimum of seven years.
A 'depraved' carer abused her position to steal from the vulnerable people she was trusted to look after. Senior carer Kaia Smart from Radcliffe burgled a number of her elderly clients' homes late at night, with her boyfriend Corey Bools. Police launched an investigation after the alarm was raised about the burglaries, which occurred in Bury and Radcliffe between August and October last year.
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Detectives noticed there was no sign of forced entry, and suspected the keys from the key safes outside the homes were being used to get inside. The codes to the key safes were changed, but the burglaries carried on almost daily. Without the correct codes, the pair started forcing open the safes. Officers linked Smart and Bools to the crimes, and when they searched their homes they found stolen jewellery and a list of addresses with the corresponding key safe codes.
A prolific thief who broke into the staff rooms of NINE restaurants, bars and supermarkets has been banned from Manchester city centre. Townsend took the victim's belongings from a secure area of the restaurant on Corporation Street. A teenager has been jailed for life after being found guilty of murdering a man in his 50s when he strangled him to death during a sex game.
Daniel Kurmelovs, 18, will be in his 40s before he can be considered for release. He will serve a minimum of 25 years for the murder of Frank Lennon. Manchester Crown Court heard that Mr Lennon invited Kurmelovs to his flat and asked him to strangle him for 'masochistic pleasure'. Kurmelovs squirted cleaning products and toothpaste onto Mr Lennon's body in a desperate bid to cover up the murder and destroy evidence. The teen, who had never met Mr Lennon before, left with his loot and spent the next few days boasting about his crimes to his friends.
He will serve at least 25 years for murder - and will only be released if the Parole Board deems it safe. A possessive boyfriend whose 'psycho' behaviour during a relationship of just three weeks, cost his girlfriend her child and her home was behind bars for inflicting psychological abuse.
Ian Brewster, 27, was so controlling during their brief romance he would attack her at knifepoint and smash up her property if male friends contacted her. In one incident he pinned his partner, also 27, to the bed and had a blade held to her throat leaving her in fear of her life. During another attack, Brewster, from Hyde, Greater Manchester, went berserk when a friend of his sent a Facebook message to his girlfriend. In a row he told her: ''Get him around here and I will stab you first and make him watch, then I will stab him through the neck.
She blames Brewster's controlling behaviour for her subsequently losing a custody battle over her daughter from a previous relationship. Brewster blamed his paranoid behaviour on him being falsely branded a sex offender at the age of He was jailed for 16 months after he was found guilty of controlling or coercive behaviour plus other charges of assault upon another ex-girlfriend and criminal damage to her TV. A Salford man who was part of a 'despicable' plot to smuggle illegal immigrants into the UK has been jailed for five years.
Mark Minister, 47, acted as a middle man for the group, which was brought down following an undercover operation by the National Crime Agency. Two other men - Scott Downie, 31, and Anthony Corkovic, 28, both also from Salford - were jailed in October for their part in the conspiracy. A court heard how in , NCA officers discovered the gang were working with a Chinese handler on the continent to set up a people smuggling scheme into the UK.
An NCA officer was sent undercover, posing as a HGV driver named 'Charlie' who was willing to traffic immigrants into the country in his truck.
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Minister, of Hodge Road, Walkden, was arrested and subsequently pleaded guilty to assisting in unlawful immigration. After the failed attempt Corkovic, of Murray Street, Salford, and Downie, of Seedley Park Road, Salford, were involved in a second conspiracy to assist unlawful immigration. They both pleaded guilty and were each jailed for seven years along with Jetlind Gjyriqi, of Approach Road, Merton, London.
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A Roman Catholic priest led a secret double life as a paedophile who targeted altar boys under the noses of their families. Father Francis Simpson, 71, is now behind bars after using the pretext of day trips to Alton Towers, Jodrell Bank and the seaside plus the offer of free chocolates and ice cream to molest four victims. Three of the boys were touched inappropriately by Simpson in their own homes or in a car often in front of their unsuspecting parents.
A fourth lad was abused as Simpson read the children's book Dalmatians to him during a school visit. He got away with his crimes for around 30 years until one of the youngsters posted a message on Facebook telling of his experiences prompting another victim to come forward. The priest denied any wrongdoing - even swearing on the bible to refute the allegations against him. Simpson, of Shevington, Wigan, was jailed for 26 months after he was found guilty by a jury of nine counts of sexual assault. A convicted killer who left a woman fighting for her life after subjecting her to a brutal assault in the street has been jailed.
Anthony Sherburn was declared 'dangerous' as he was sentenced to 16 years in prison, with an extra five years to serve on licence as part of an extended sentence.
Sherburn, from Wigan, was convicted of manslaughter when he was 19 after killing a man who had been out celebrating his birthday. The pair had been out in Wigan drinking together, and Sherburn had invited him to his flat for more drink and to play cards. He was jailed for five years after a trial at Manchester Crown Court, where he was acquitted of murder.
Jurors at the same court have this week heard that Sherburn, now 36, had been out in Wigan town centre when he met his victim. They were said to have had a row over money before Sherburn launched the savage attack, which left her unconscious. The court was told that the woman still needs constant care, and that she is likely to be left permanently disabled after suffering a brain injury.
Sherburn, of Darlington Street East, Wigan, was found not guilty of attempted murder, but guilty of causing grievous bodily harm with intent. She was only rumbled after family-run printing company Labelsun Ltd, based in Bredbury, Stockport, appointed a new finance manager who began a financial audit.