cry for help


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or Joanz Budny of Cry for Help, jbudny@cry-for-help.
When he finally came back he found both children had downed their grandfather's tablets in a desperate cry for help and attention.
Cry for Help is a production of THIRTEEN in association with WNET.
His solicitor told Kirklees magistrates that the 30-yearold had 'lost it' and killed the snakes as a cry for help.
He added: "I think it is more likely than not that she has taken this medication because of problems she lived with and her taking the medication was some way of perhaps exaggerating her pain and internal suffering to try and communicate that to others with regard to being some, clearly inapprop-riate, but some cry for help.
A FISHERMAN was rescued after an alert farmer heard his cry for help nearly a kilometre out to sea.
This was a case either of her throwing herself down the stairs, a cry for help that went badly wrong, or her falling down the stairs," he told Teesside Crown Court.
It seems the only motive was a cry for help," he added.
Judge Lord Glennie said: "There are other ways to cry for help than threatening an innocent shopkeeper.
We need to put out a cry for help for people to become foster parents,'' she said.
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Slightly-built Eric Innes, 61, was unable to cry for help as he was murdered.