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Police chiefs have apologised for Operation Volga, the bungled raid in June that saw a Muslim shot by armed officers.
The Japanese Securities Dealers Association is looking at establishing a fund to take control of the capital gains the brokerages made on the bungled order.
Craig Bull, who acted as a look-out in the bungled crime, was given a community order by Halesowen magistrates in July after also pleading guilty to burglary.
It has been bungled from the beginning when it was put in the hands of a private company when there was no need to do so.
She thought she was in the money when her numbers finally came up only to realise she had bungled her betting slip.
Then, the commission lured the Raiders from Oakland and so bungled the relationship that Al Davis went back home in 1995 at the same time the Rams headed east to St.
THE parents of murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence have been offered pounds 320,000 by the Metropolitan Police as compensation for the bungled investigation.
STEVE McCLAREN bungled last night - as he admitted England needed a Euro 2008 "rainbow" in Tel Aviv next month.
Considering how the Sylmar-based company had bungled projects and misled government agencies in the past, the honest thing to do would have been to disqualify it.
Staff at Phillip James Estate Agents in Stockport, Greater Manchester, discovered the bungled break-in next morning.
1996: OLYMPIC GAMES (Atlanta) A bungled change-over between Darren Braithwaite and Darren Campbell meant Great Britain failed to finish their first-round heat.
In March, the county spectacularly bungled the primary election, causing 125 polls to open late or not at all.