Sharon Beshenivsky killing
Sharon Beshenivsky killing
A GANGSTER who fled to his native Somalia after taking part in a robbery in which Police Constable Sharon Beshenivsky was shot dead was jailed for life yesterday.
A GANG of armed raiders callously shot at two female police officers at close range, killing one of them, a jury heard yesterday.
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RAZA ul Haq Aslam, 26, was convicted at Newcastle Crown Court yesterday of taking part in the robbery in Bradford in 2005 in which PC Sharon Beshenivsky was shot dead, having been cleared of murder.
A 26-YEAR-OLD man has been jailed for 20 years for the manslaughter of PC Sharon Beshenivsky.
THE killers of PC Sharon Beshenivsky were immersed in a violent gang culture that is gripping Britain's cities, experts warned yesterday.
THE two men facing life in jail for the murder of PC Sharon Beshenivsky were "absolutely ruthless", with no respect for human life, detectives said yesterday.
THREE men were yesterday convicted of killing Constable Sharon Beshenivsky, who was shot dead at point-blank range following a bungled armed robbery at a travel agent's.
A 25-YEAR-OLD man has been cleared of the attempted murder of a policewoman following a bungled armed robbery in which her colleague was killed.
THE bullet that killed a police officer responding to an armed raid passed through the edge of her body armour where there was no protective material, a court heard yesterday.
A POLICE officer broke down in tears yesterday as she described to a jury the "terrifying" moment her colleague was gunned down in front of her during a bungled armed raid at a travel agents.
A GANG partied on champagne and vodka hours before shooting dead PC Sharon Beshenivsky during a bungled raid on a travel agent's, a court heard yesterday.
ONE of five men accused of killing Sharon Beshenivsky, the policewoman shot dead in Bradford last year, has admitted her murder.
POLICE investigating the murder of a PC Sharon Beshenivsky last night charged two men with assisting an offender.
FIVE men appeared in court yesterday to deny the murder of PC Sharon Beshenivsky.
FURTHER pressure has mounted on Charles Clarke after it emerged the Somalia ex-con suspected of shooting dead a British policewoman has fled to his homeland - where the Home Office refused to send him.
THE husband of a policewoman who was on the beat with murdered PC Sharon Beshenivsky when the pair were shot has added to the pressure for Charles Clarke to resign as Home Secretary.
THE husband of the police officer gunned down alongside Pc Sharon Beshenivsky called on the Home Secretary today to resign.
THE row over the deportation of foreign criminals deepened last night after it emerged that officials chose not to expel from Britain an ex-convict now wanted for murdering a police officer.
FIVE men appeared in court yesterday accused of murdering PC Sharon Beshenivsky, who was shot in Bradford on 18 November as she responded to an alarm call at a travel agents.
Three men were yesterday charged with conspiracy to commit robbery in connection with a raid in which PC Sharon Beshenivsky was shot dead.