05/05/2017 A 41-year-old motorist, who was convicted in 2003 for dangerous driving which resulted in a woman receiving life changing injuries, has today been jailed at Stoke Crown Court to five years and nine months imprisonment, after the victim passed away from the delayed complications of the head injuries which she had sustained as a result of the 2003 collision.
03/05/2017 A 22-year-old man has today been sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court to 11 years and two months imprisonment after he pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Wojiech Molenda whose body was found in a bedsit in Sparkhill.
Before going public in 2001 with his concerns about patient safety at Walsgrave Hospital, Coventry, following two deaths, he had a glittering future ahead of him.
When he was headhunted to work at the hospital in 1997 he was credited with being the first person to report a common mutation in the gene that protects against heart disease and acquired £2.5 million in grants to fund his 12-man research team. With his £70,000 salary there were ski holidays, romantic breaks, meals at restaurants, a Mercedes with personalised number-plates, a £600,000 house in Solihull and savings in the bank.
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