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Going to Magaluf make sure you read this first!



Back in 2014 Magaluf promised it had cleaned up its reputation. In 2017 we’d simply warn you about heading to Magaluf because nothing has changed.

We spent some time in Magaluf to see if things had really changed. What we saw shocked us and coming from a policing background that takes a lot of doing.

The normalisation of drink was to be expected along with the drugs. You expect a lot of drunken young brits after all your in Magaluf.

However, the ease of access to drugs and brothels was horrendous. Let alone the young vulnerable men being attacked and mugged every night.

Like everywhere there was some fantastic places as soon as you ventured off the strip it was a completely different world and if you are sensible you will have a great time in Magaluf.

Magaluf: Credit Police Hour

Magaluf: Credit Police Hour

You may book with the image of going and partying every night having a great time and being trouble free. Be warned because this is what will make you a victim when you’re drunk and alone. There is a lot of crime happening.

The drunken brits are creating a market for the crime. They are offering money on a plate for very little effort.

Although we witnessed no fighting among the British while in Magaluf there were some awful things happening.

Those who are easily influenced could end up in a coma in hospital. Because the things on offer are very dangerous.

While there we were harassed and followed while simply going for a stroll to the beach.

One day we walked the beach thinking we were safe from the hassle a man appeared out the water with a rubber ring and attempted to invite us to meet him at a location he requested our hotel room number and mobile numbers.

He demanded we never told anyone we had spoken to him on the beach and we would be in trouble if we told the police. Once our conversation had finished he simply walked back into the water in an attempt to make friends with someone else. There would be no other reason for this than to target our hotel rooms.

Once your back walking they streets young British reps wearing hardly anything will attempt to drag you in for a drink at every opportunity. They will even offer you drugs to wake you up in broad daylight and sex for just €5.

Project Bar. Credit: Police Hour

Project Bar. Credit: Police Hour

The Party island hasn’t cracked down on the pub crawls and drinking games. We witnessed groups of up to 100 people on crawls which started at The Project Bar these still included the banned sex games.

One rep even bragged to us that Alan Collinson the guy responsible for the change in Law was living in a mansion and owned Despite the national outrage, Collinson is seen as the King of Magaluf.

Vulnerable teenagers are being taken advantage of in their drunken states for profit.

The lucky men are praying on the British first they will sell them overpriced sunglasses later they will be back to offer you drugs known locally as ‘Charley brown’.

Brothels are the next target for drunken men with up to 15 pimps trying to force young lads into the brothels.

Clubs are targeting people challenging them to a drink when they refuse they make them feel weak.

They will often physically grab people they see are drunk and force them into the bars.

Women work the streets in groups of three offering men sex. One woman will offer the sex while the others take your money & phone. If you refuse to hand over your money you will be physically assaulted. We witnessed this happening a number of times. These women will approach drunken men who are wondering the streets alone to get back to their hotel rooms.

After all, we have created a market for these women to make thousands of euros a night.

The local police are there watching as it all happens. They act as if nothing has happened.

We must admit there were some really great places in Magaluf. That if you have responsible teenagers they would be able to go and enjoy Magaluf as it does have one of the most amazing beaches in the world.



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John Worboys to be released in days as government refuse judicial review



John Worboys will be released from prison in days after the government has refused a judicial review over the Parole Board’s decision to release the black-cab serial rapist back in to the community.

David Gauke told the House of Commons having sought expert legal advice the government believe there should be no judicial review into his release.

Adding that ministers should not choose to bring any legal challenge that has no reasonable prospect of success.

Victims call it a failure in the criminal justice system

The release of Worboys who just served nine years in prison has been criticised by many victims.

Worboys was jailed “indefinitely” in 2009 and would serve a minimum of 8 year term after drugging and sexually assaulting women who got into his London black cab.

he would spike his victims with champagne and a powerful sedatives to celebrate a fictional lottery win.

He was convicted of 19 offences related to attacks on 12 women, however he is suspected of being one the United Kingdoms most prolific sex offenders linked to 102 complaints.

The Crown prosecution service did not charge for those offences based on his indefinite sentence as it was not in the public interest because of this they are unable to charge on any these 102 complaints.

Now the crown faces criticism and anger because he is being released despite not all of the 102 complaints and allegations being brought to trial he was only every convicted and charged with 19 counts.

CPS have already released a statement defending why they have not taken these other complaints further and their answer is simple they do not believe there was a realistic prospect of conviction.

Their statement said, “where it was deemed there was a realistic prospect of conviction”.

Over 83 women had reported an allegation against this man and since his conviction a further 19 allegations.

The CPS had advised officers to refer any allegations of rape. Only one allegation was dismissed because it lacked evidence as it “did not pass the evidential test”, the CPS confirmed.

The statement read: “It would be unlikely that it would be in the public interest to prosecute Worboys in relation to allegations of sexual assault or administering a substance with intent, because of the maximum sentence available to the court.”

The Metropolitan Police also confirmed all of that evidence had been discounted by the CPS and detectives confirming that there is currently no live investigations into Worboys.

Now further question falls on to the Parole Board with the law in place which prevents disclosure of proceedings which allowed and granted Warboys to walk free.

The House of Commons Justice Committee has already called upon the Parole Board to explain how the decision for release within such a horrific case was reached.




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Hero farmer helped catch paedophile shares his pride after helping police



A hero farmer who helped put a paedophile behind bars for ten years has spoken of his pride at being able to help police secure a conviction.

Trampoline coach Louis Murray, 22, has been sent to prison for ten years after previously admitting a string of child sex offences.

He taught hundreds of children at his trampoline club in Newcastle which is where he met his teenage victim.

But he was caught in a car with the youngster after driving to the remote Northumberland village of Belsay to engage in sexual activity.

Farmer George Common, 59, was checking on his livestock when he found the steamed-up vehicle parked in a lay-by.

He initially thought the occupant was trying to commit suicide by pumping his vehicle with fumes from his engine.

Mr Common leapt into action to try and rescue the occupant but then found Murray engaging in sexual activity with the teenage boy.

He tried to block the vehicle in with his Land Rover at which point Murray rammed the vehicle and fled the area. Police were able to trace his car and he was later arrested.

Murray was eventually charged with two counts of rape, four counts of sexual activity in presence of a child and four counts of sexual activity with a child.

The trampoline coach, of Blakelaw, Newcastle, admitted the charges at a previous hearing and he was jailed for ten years by a judge at Newcastle Crown Court on Monday.

Following the case, Superintendent Andy Huddleston paid tribute to Mr Commons for taking action and helping police put a predatory paedophile behind bars.

He said: “Louis Murray was a predatory paedophile who abused his position of trust to befriend and groom a young boy. I am glad that his behaviour has been uncovered and he is now facing a lengthy stint behind bars.

“If it wasn’t for the actions of George Commons that day then Murray’s victim may have been subjected to abuse for a much longer period.

“Mr Commons was quick to act when he thought someone was in trouble and did absolutely the right thing when he learnt exactly what was going on.

“It was a brave act that has undoubtedly helped prevent a young person from being harmed further.

“George continues to be a key member of our Farmwatch scheme and this case shows that our joint working with the rural community not only prevents traditional rural crime but also far more serious crime too.”

Mr Common, whose family has been farming in the region for 800 years, said that he was “proud of himself” for taking action and getting the young boy help.

He said: “I was checking some stock and saw the car parked up there. I carried on checking my stock and then when I came back the car was still there and I thought that something wasn’t right.

“I have come across a suicide attempt before where they were trying to gas themselves and I thought to myself I hope they weren’t trying to do something like that.

“So I went over to the car and I had a shock with what I saw. I looked in the window and saw Murray sitting next to a naked lad who just looked up at me.

“I just said ‘this isn’t right’ and I opened the door and attempted to grab the arm of the lad. That is when Murray drove off and rammed my car to try and leave. As he was doing it he was saying ‘sorry, I just have to go’.

“I would definitely do it again and as it turns out I am proud of what I have done. It could have saved a lot of other lads and saved him from going through anything further.

“But in many ways I am typical of a Northumberland farmer who was just looking after his patch. I have been part of FarmWatch for a while and I would always report something suspicious.

“I have been involved in the scheme from the very beginning and I have always been one for calling the police if I see something that is not right. We are a tight knit community and this shows how much it works.”

The judge ordered that Murray must sign the sex offenders’ register for life and also made him subject to an indefinite sexual harm prevention order.

He also ordered that Mr Common be paid £400 from the public purse as a token of gratitude for his actions in bringing Murray to justice.



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Leon Ojah is aged 15 he is currently missing from his home in Newcastle



Police are appealing for the public’s help to locate a missing 15 year old.

Leon Ojah was reported missing this morning after last being seen in Garmdonsway in Newcastle.

He is described as mixed race, slim build, 5ft 7inches tall with medium length afro hair. It’s thought he may be wearing a grey hoody over a dark blue school jumper, black nike shows and have a black Adidas bag.

Enquiries are on-going to find Leon and police are appealing for the public’s help.

Anyone who has seen him is asked to contact Northumbria Police on 101 quoting reference 228 180118.



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