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Martin Refused Parole As "Danger To Burglars"

Friday, January 17, 2003

Tony Martin, the British farmer jailed for shooting dead a burglar, had his application for parole rejected yesterday. The three members of the Parole Board, who met in London to review his case, gave no reason for turning him down. A friend of Martin`s claimed that it was because a probation report branded the 58-year-old "a danger to burglars."

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