Friday, 11 September 2009 London Lite World at a glance CopssayBritishconsulkilled inJamaicaknewmurdererA BRITISH found bludgeoned to death in a gay hate crime knew his killer, police in Jamaica said today. John Terry, 65, the honorary consul to the British High Commission, was discovered with severe head injuries and a cord tied around his neck at his home in Montego Bay. Det Supt Michael Garrick said there was no sign of a break-in and that a note left by Mr Terrys body referred to batty man -- Jamaican slang for gay. There was a reference to Mr Terry being gay, and what would happen to gay men, he said. Mr Terry, who was separated from his wife and two children, had been honorary consul for the last 13 years. A colleague at the hotel where he worked as a maintenance supervisor said it was common knowledge Mr Terry was gay. He made no secret of it, and thats what may have got him killed, he said. Victim of hate: John Terry Mumabandonedbabyonholiday AN AMeRICAN is trying to get his baby back to Texas after his fiance apparently gave birth while on holiday in Italy and abandoned him at a church in Florence. Brandon Henry, 27, said Stephanie Chavarria, 26, told him the baby had died. A nun found the infant on 29 July. Police in Florence are investigating. Henry said Chavarria told him she gave birth to their son on 28 July but had hidden the pregnancy from her parents. In abandonment cases, infants in Italy are usually put in foster care until courts determine if they should be put up for adoption. Picture of the day Bright spark: a boy in Gaza City plays with a firework yesterday during the holy month of Ramadan, which Muslims around the world are celebrating. PammyvideotoohotforairportTV A RACY new video featuring Pamela Anderson has been banned in the US for being too sexy. The actress donned tiny hotpants to play an airport cop in the video for animal rights group People for the ethical Treatment of Animals. The anti-fur and anti-leather advert, called Cruelty Doesnt Fly, was to debut at New York airports but has been pulled for being too risqu for children. In one scene, Anderson rips the trousers off Jackass star Steve-O. In another, she welcomes a naked couple who have already stripped. Look,aloungelizard... A WATeR DRAGON poses in a deck chair... one of a hat-trick of stunts she has learned from Thai animal trainer Santisak Dulapitak. The dragon can also swing in a hammock and play a toy guitar. Dulapitak, who trains exotic animals to be used in adverts and films, has also trained a 110kg python and several flying foxes at his home on the outskirts of Bangkok. Judges sympathy for assisted suicideBy mark Blunden So You Wanna Be In TV? Come to our We Tell It Like It Is session! Is TV the right career for you? How to get that first job in TV? - 95 0207 639 0942 / 0775 864 8873 Understanding: Supreme Courts Lord Phillips THE head of Britains new Supreme Court today stoked the debate about assisted suicide by saying he had enormous sympathy with people who want to end their lives. Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers said that he under- stood why those suffering horrible diseases would want to spare their relatives pain and distress, while avoiding a quite hideous termina- tion of their own life. But in a blow to campaigners for legal assisted suicide, he warned any change in the law was unlikely to produce a more satisfactory answer than present legislation which outlaws it. The comments by Lord Phillips, who will be president of the court, come as prosecutors are preparing new guidance on the circumstances under which those who assist in suicide will face criminal charges. Law Lords have ruled that Director of Public Prosecutions Keir Starmer must clarify how the law will be interpreted. Campaigners including Debbie Purdy, a multiple sclerosis sufferer who wants her husband to be allowed to help her die in a Swiss clinic, want Mr Starmer to give clear approval for such cases. 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.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html