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See three.co.uk for details. childfindsbodiesofpairshotdeadinbedbyninjagang couple who adopted 12 special needs kidskilledby gun raiders Asiancoptellsofherracismhellatstation Inbrief iwrotelostin 1977,sayswriter A PRODUCER is suing the makers of TV show Lost, saying he came up with the idea 32 years ago. Anthony Spinner claims he was paid $30,000 in 1977 to write a TV pilot, which eventually became a 121-page script called Lost. He is suing the ABC network and Touchstone Television for unpaid royalties, claiming the show was rejected in 1977, 1991 and 1994. builder faces jail overboysdeath A BUILDER is facing prison after admitting the manslaughter of a 15-year-old boy who was working as a labourer. Adam Gosling, who was earning 25 a day, died from head injuries trying to prop up a wall in the grounds of a north London mansion. His boss, Colin Holtom, 64, of Latchingdon, Essex, pleaded guilty today to Adams manslaughter in April 2007, on the grounds of gross negligence. 72-year-old in 30k baby bid A LOnDOn woman of 72 has spent 30,000 on IVF treatment -- and is still trying for a baby. Jenny Brown, who has never had a long-term relationship, travelled to America and Italy trying to conceive and now plans to visit clinics in Bulgaria, Romania, Spain and India which offer treatment to women her age. If successful Ms Brown, will become the oldest new mum in the world. trains hit by bbc spooks bomb A PROP from BBC spy drama Spooks brought trains to a standstill after it was mistaken for a real bomb, it has been revealed. A passer-by noticed the oil drum with wires sticking out of it at a yard near Deptford station and called police. Officers suspended rail services earlier this month until they discovered that the drum was a prop for the show, which is filmed at a studio nearby. pink panthers 13m gems raid ARMED robbers wearing Hawaiian shirts have stolen jewellery worth 13m from a Cartier store in the French Riviera resort of Cannes. Cops blamed the daylight raid on the Pink Panthers, a gang behind the theft of 150m worth of goods from luxury stores in the past two decades. The gang was named after the Peter Sellers film in 1993 following the theft of a 500,000 diamond from a Mayfair jewellers. AN AsiAN police constable wept as she claimed she was subjected to racism and bullying at a London police station which is alleged to have operated an apartheid culture among officers. Hina Parekh was giving evidence at the tribunal of Asad saeed, 35, a PCsO who claims he was discriminated against at Belgravia station and that it had separate vans for white and black staff. Ms Parekh said bosses made racist comments to her almost daily, and she was sent to hell and back. she said she had moved to a new team because it left her suffering stress. The Met denies the allegations of both Ms Parekh and Mr saeed. The tribunal continues. Chilling crime: Byrd and Melanie Billings with some of the children they adopted Scene of horror: the Billings nine-bedroom house in Pensacola, Florida Tampering: Gonzalez Snr Murder charge: Coldiron Held: Leonard Gonzalez Jr A couple who had adopted 12 disabled children were murdered when a gang of masked burglars struck at their home. Byrd and Melanie Billings, who also had four children of their own, were shot dead in their bed during the break-in. one of their children found their bodies and others, aged eight to 11, slept through the killings. ccTV at the couples nine-bedroom home near pensacola, Florida, captured images of men arriving in a red van and entering through the front of the house. others dressed in what was described as ninja garb went in through an unlocked utility door at the back. The gang were in and out in under 10 minutes. police said as many as eight men may be involved and that robbery was the main motive for the crime because the couple were wealthy. officers arrested labourer Wayne coldiron, 41, and leonard p Gonzalez Jr, 35, on Sunday and charged them with murder and home invasion. Gary lamont Sumner Jr, 30, was arrested yesterday and Gonzalezs father, leonard Gonzalez Snr, 56, was also held, accused of tampering with evidence. Detectives said they hoped to make another arrest today. Mr Billings, 68, ran a finance firm and car dealership. The children they adopted had autism, Downs Syndrome and other disabilities. Sheriff David Morgan said: Mr Billings was well-to-do. He was an entrepreneur and he opened his home to the community. by bo wilson H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html