London Lite Thursday, 3 September 2009 HE MAY look like his father, but when it comes to strutting his stuff Rocco Ritchie is his mothers son. Rocco, the nine- year-old son of Madonna and RocknRolla director Guy Ritchie, joined his mum on stage in Tel Aviv last night. He threw some nifty rocknroll shapes as he bopped with her dancers in the wings before donning a baseball cap sideways and joining DJ Inferno on the decks for Madges song Music. Earlier this week Roccos sister Lourdes was seen dancing in Madonnas latest video. A BODY believed to be that of one of the five British hostages kidnapped in Baghdad in May 2007 has been handed to the British embassy. Gordon Brown said the Government was trying to urgently establish the identity. This will come as a blow to ministers after the family of one of the hostages accused the Foreign Office of failing to secure his safe release. Six weeks ago, the Government informed the families of security guards Alan McMenemy and Alec MacLachlan that they were very likely dead. They were captured with security guards Jason Swindlehurst and Jason Creswell, whose bodies were found in June. The man they were guarding, IT consultant Peter Moore, is still missing. Madge-ic: Rocco and mum, left Tesco reckons everylifterhelps TESCO has hired a former thief to help tackle shoplifters. The reformed crook, who stole 600 of goods a day to feed his drug habit, has appeared in a training DVD in which he says the most lucrative items are booze and cheese. Babies remains found in house ThE remains of three newborn babies believed to have been hidden since the Eighties have been discovered by police at a house in Merseyside after a tip-off. Two women and a man have been questioned and released. BritaingivenIraqhostagebody Unbelievable he was ever thought safeE Continued from Page 1 Throwing shapes: Rocco, nine, dancing at side of the stage NowMadonnasboyproveshesaRoccorolla,too Held: Mr MacLachlan Bryans victims: shop assistant Nisha Sheth, left, and friend Brian Cherry, right he was still deeply disturbed and his mental state was deteriorating rapidly in the months leading up to the killing of Mr Cherry. The report found that while Bryan was living in the community he was looked after by an inexperienced social worker and a psychiatrist who had never before worked with a convicted killer. Bryan was admitted to Rampton secure hospital after beating a shop assistant called Nisha Sheth to death with a hammer in 1993. But eight years later in 2001 a mental health review board decided he could l ive i n t h e c o m mu n i t y u n d e r supervision. In 2002 he was being cared for by Newham Centre for Mental Health. It was here that Bryan was monitored by social worker Roland Silcott for 18 months. Mr Silcott wrote three letters to the Home Office saying Bryan was no longer a danger. In February 2004, Bryan was told he could have as much leave as he wanted. But a few hours later he went to Mr Cherrys flat and killed him. Following the murder, Bryan was sent to Broadmoor but within two months he had killed inmate Richard Loudwell, 59. Todays findings are based on two separate reports which NHS officials have taken years to publish. The inde- pendent inquiry report found there was a systemic failure to ensure that the key professionals allocated to care for Peter Bryan in the community had the necessary experience to deal with someone with his forensic history and complex presentation. The investigation panel found that Bryans supervisors were a general psychiatrist who had never treated a patient who had killed someone, and the very inexperienced social worker who had no training in mental health. Todays investigation focuses on mis- takes by NHS East London, which runs the Newham Centre. Marjorie Wallace, chief executive of the charity Sane, said: It is barely believable Peter Bryan could be consid- ered safe enough to be discharged from a high-security hospital to a hostel where he was free to come and go despite the cocktail of risks he posed. 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.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html