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My wife and daughters have never ill-treated her and she had no plans to leave us one week before the murder was committed.
Allen, 36, of Lawrence Avenue, South Shields, claims the allegations have all been made up but prosecutors say he ill-treated patients at Hillcrest Care Home, on Wear Street, Jarrow.
April 26, 2012 (JUBA) -- A Juba court on Thursday adjourned the hearing of the case in which a South Sudanese political commentator alleges he was ill-treated and wrongfully imprisoned by the nation's police force.
Bryson's Animal Refuge was founded in 1947 by the late Bill & Marion Bryson to provide sanctuary and a home of rest for retired and ill-treated horses and ponies.
Outlining the prosecution yesterday, Andrew Smith said Northcote "had deliberately ill-treated a mentally disordered patient over two years by making her undertake such daily tasks as walking and dressing herself which she faced difficulty with and which caused her distress and made her cry.
Bahrain: Group of 38 women and seven girls arrested last week during a protest against Bahrain s parliamentary by-elections have reportedly been tortured or ill-treated, Amnesty International said.
And in the of wearing Mr Randle was my vet for many years, treating and neutering the ill-treated or stray cats that ended up with us.
We say the offences took place in the summer of 2009, when these two were employed there, and ill-treated three ladies in their care.
For twenty years the Greeks and Europe have ill-treated us for something that they do not recognize exists in Greece.
The 65-year-old has been helping ill-treated migrant workers since she arrived in the country from Bangalore, India, in 1964.
A WOMAN whose 28 ill-treated horses were seized by council officials has failed to have them returned to her.
If my wife had been ill-treated in any way you would have thought they would have told me.