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Public Address 17/09/04 - Pleas, Please

Public Address 17/09/04 - Pleas, Please

PUBLIC ADDRESS 17/09/04 - Pleas, Please

Pleas for attention | Sep 17, 2004 12:01
Russell Brown's Hard News

Phillip Layton Edwards, having been convicted of manslaughter rather than the murder of David McNee, has now been sentenced to nine years' jail, with the (relatively unlikely) possibility of parole after four and a half years...
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Please, please, please | Sep 17, 2004 11:55
Fiona Rae from the couch

Here at Radiation, we aim to please. We even like to please. We're very pleasing. That's why we're, well, pleased to know that someone in the Sky – offices that is – reads Radiation and then things get done...
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