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Councillor Peter Box, chairman of the LGA's economy and transport board, said: "Contractors should not be allowed to get away with botching road repairs and then leaving council taxpayers to foot the bill.''
A DISGRACED gynaecologist who was struck off after botching operations will not face criminal charges, police have said.
Gynaecologist Rodney Ledward was struck off by the General Medical Council after being found guilty of botching operations on 13 women.
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. Lockett's estate claims in the lawsuit that the state violated the prisoner's rights by "experimenting" with an untested three-drug combination of midazolam, vecuronium bromide and potassium chloride.