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She agreed that Jack Blaine had both a speech and hearing problem, and had a spinal injury from an accident in England many years earlier.He had also suffered from dementia in his last few months.

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This is the story of how I met Jeff and our first date together. Jeff doesn’t seem to mind dating paraplegic girls or that I’m handicapped. I still can’t believe, if I wasn’t running late for work that day, we may have never met.Although the court heard Mrs Boylan was not hurt, District Judge Ian Strongman said a prison sentence was necessary to mark the seriousness of the reckless offence.However Draper walked free from court this afternoon after immediately appealing the decision, meaning she has been released on bail.The evidence was heard yesterday at the Central Criminal Court, where Alan Cawley is on trial.He is charged with murdering both Thomas Blaine and John (Jack) Blaine, who were beaten to death.While the type of liquid used in the attack was still being investigated, tests have revealed that the liquid was alkaline, causing burns and severe pain when in contact with the skin.

A Just Giving page was been set up to crowdfund £5,000 for her funeral..

A teenager has been charged with attempted GBH over an alleged chemical attack on a carer who died after a bottle of alkaline was kicked over her face in the midst of a nearby brawl.

Carer Joanne Rand was on a bench when the group of young men started fighting close to where she was sitting in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

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Describing the footage, Mr Williams told the court: 'She sprayed the facial area not once but twice, causing gurgling-type noises to emanate from the victim.'The carer told investigators she had made a 'stupid mistake' and had lost her job at the home, where she worked for 17 years.