South Londoner is currently serving 25 years in Morocco for orchestrating the biggest cash raid in British history - and once knocked out Tito Ortiz in a street fightTHE Securitas depot heist remains the biggest cash robbery in British history with £53MILLION stolen by a group of armed men in February 2006. The “mastermind” behind the job, according to other members of the gang, was Lee Murray, who is now serving 25 years in a Moroccan prison.
THE Securitas depot heist remains the biggest cash robbery in British history with £53MILLION stolen by a group of armed men in February 2006. The "mastermind" behind the job, according to other members of the gang, was Lee Murray, who is now serving 25 years in a Moroccan prison. But what many don't know is that Murray was also one of the best cage fighters ever produced in Great Britain - although he never got the chance to prove it.
JOSE MANUEL PINTO was a key member of arguably the greatest club side in football history. The goalkeeper served as No 2 at Barcelona to Victor Valdes from 2007 to 2014, winning nine major trophies under Pep Guardiola including the treble in 2009. He may have only played 90 matches for Barca in his seven seasons at the Nou Camp, but Pinto has been described as the 'heart and soul' of that dominant team.
They have been failed by continued cuts and neglect from above. A massive thank you to everyone in the NHS for your brilliant hard work and dedication. Shame on the people who would see one of the world's great institutions destroyed. #savethenhs#NHSCrisis
In/out hospital for 18mo with non-life threatening illness. Missed apptmnts bc paperwork lost/forgotten. Surgery cancelled bc I was on wrong dose. But none of that was the fault of any doctor/nurse/surgeon. They have never given me anything but 100% effort and great care. 1/2
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Selecting a term
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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