Sun 31 October 2010, The Sunday Times

Biteback, Oct 31

By Richard Brooks
It was a bizarre internet crime, in which one young teenager lured another to try to kill him. Both were given supervision orders — one for inciting his “friend” to kill him, after he created a virtual female spy to order the murder, and the other for the attempted murder. In 2004, the Manchester judge called it the “most startling case I’m ever likely to hear. Skilled writers of fiction would struggle to come up with a plot like this”.
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