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Tuesday, two cases are tried - an attitudinal high-school student stands accused of murdering a promising athlete, and a surviving teen is on trial after botching an ostensible double-suicide.
A DISGRACED gynaecologist who was struck off after botching operations will not face criminal charges, police have said.
ARROGANT gynaecologist Richard Neale blew his top when a patient and her husband criticised him for botching her hysterectomy, the General Medical Council heard yesterday.
As the first half of the novel closes, Nelson Fairchild, after botching a $90,000 cocaine deal, finds himself being hunted by two killers hired by his onetime partner, Harry Lally.
A lawsuit was filed by Lockett's relatives claiming that Oklahoma's prisons department and a physician executioner were responsible for botching up the 38-year-old inmate's death.