Anyone who has something to share that they find interesting,weird,or even depressing put in here from now on.I will now put all my finds in this thread. Enjoy Now to start this thread off... http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/...+after+confronting+gang+of+youths'/article.do Father 'kicked to death on his doorstep after confronting gang of youths' A father of three was kicked and punched by a gang of youths before being left for dead, a court heard today. Garry Newlove, 47, had gone out of his house to remonstrate with youths who had been making life a "misery" for his family and their neighbours. Mr Newlove, a sales manager from Warrington, Cheshire, was surrounded by the gang who knocked him to the ground, punched him and kicked him so hard one of the youth's shoes became lodged between his body and the ground, Chester Crown Court was told. Four youths, two aged 17, one aged 16 and a 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, deny murder at Chester Crown Court. Adam Swellings, 19, of Crewe, Cheshire, denies murder, but has pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Michael Chambers QC, prosecuting, said: "For some time, Garry Newlove's street in Warrington had been plagued by gangs of youths indulging in antisocial behaviour fuelled by cheap alcohol, causing a disturbance and vandalising parked cars. "On Friday night, August 10 of this year, Mr Newlove went out to remonstrate with a gang of youths, which included the five defendants. "They closed around him, knocked him to the ground and punched and kicked him, causing fatal head injuries. "The defendants carried on up the street leaving Mr Newlove lying in the road, unconscious, being tended by his young daughters and wife." Mr Chambers added: "He had the courage to go out and face them, but they were in no mood to be challenged. He was no match for their combined assault. One of them kicked him so hard that his training shoe came off and was found lodged under Mr Newlove's body. "The defendants are all young. That is also a tragedy. But on that night they acted together as an abusive and violent gang. "The prosecution say that this case concerns a serious, unprovoked and unjustified assault, which resulted in fatal head injuries to Mr Newlove." The victim remained unconscious and died of a brain haemorrhage two days later at Warrington General Hospital. The jury of six men and six women will be taken to the scene of the murder, close to Mr Newlove's family home on Station Road North, Fearnhead. They were told Mr Newlove moved into the house in July 2004 with his wife Helen, 44, and daughters Zoe, 18, Danielle, 15, and 12-year-old Amy. Mr Chambers said: "They thought they were moving to a nice modern house in a pleasant street. However, the behaviour of gangs of youths at night often made their lives and the lives of the other residents in the street, a misery. "Mr Newlove had been out to try and reason with youths on previous occasions. One neighbour had even gone to the trouble of installing a CCTV camera on his property to protect his driveway."