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اضبط .. الديلي ميرور البريطانية تسرق


القاهرة : الأمير كمال فرج .  
من يسرق من من ؟..  "صحيفة "الديلي ميل" البريطانية، أم صحيفة "الديلي ميرور" البريطانية ؟. فيما يلي تقرير عن موظفة رعاية حاول أحد المرضى اغتصابها، فهربت منه إلى الحمام، فقام المخبول بتحطيم جدار الحمام ، فما كان منها إلا القفز من النافذة لتصاب بكسر في العمود الفقري . الغريب أن الموضوع نفسه سبق للصحيفة الأولى نشر منذ شهور !!
"الديلي ميل" نشرت الموضوع في 17 / 9 / 2014 الساعة 11.1 ، فقامت "الديلي ميرور" بنشر الموضوع في نفس اليوم 17 / 9 / 2014 . الساعة  14.29،  الغريب أن الموضوع متطابق بشكل شبه متكامل، فهل هي سرقة صحفية جريئة ؟، أم أن هناك اتفاق بين الصحيفتين على "النشر المشترك" ، وهو ما أستبعده نظرا لوجود محرر لكل موضوع،  المهم .. نقول لرئيسي تحرير الصحيفتين .. شايفينكم .
الموضوع كما ورد في "الديلي ميل" :


Terrified care home worker broke her spine jumping from a window to escape sex attack by schizophrenic who hacked his way through a wall to get to her

By Amanda Williams for MailOnline


Published: 10:02 GMT, 17 September 2014 | Updated: 11:01 GMT, 17 September 2014
A care worker broke her spine after jumping from a window to escape a sex attack by a schizophrenic resident who had broken through a wall with a chair to get to her
Jemma Rixon, 20, was working a night shift alone at the Potens residential home in Birkenhead, Merseyside when she was attacked by schizophrenic resident, Craig Cantwell, in July 2013
After the 30-year-old patient tried to attack her, she managed to fight him off and fled to an adjoining bathroom
But he battered his way through the wall with a chair leg to try and continue the assault where she hid
As Cantwell hacked his way through the wall, she realised that the only way to escape was to jump from the window, breaking her spine in the 20ft drop to the ground
Cantwell was jailed at Liverpool Crown Court for nine years in April this year, where he was found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm, affray and committing an offence with intent to commit a sexual crime
He was also ordered to sign the Sex Offenders register for life
Judge Alan Conrad said that Cantwell ‘submitted a young carer, working on her own at night, to a violent and terrifying ordeal’ and ordered that the care home should be investigated for allowing Jemma to work by herself
Now but Ms Rixon has called for more to be done to protect care staff from dangerous residents
Ms Rixon, from Wirral, Merseyside, said: 'I should never have been left on my own. On that night, I had sole responsibility for six residents - many of whom have mental health problems. It wasn’t safe for me to be the only member of staff on shift
'Craig tried to rape me, and he almost killed me. I genuinely thought I was going to die.
'I knew I had only one choice: jump out of the window, or stay and be raped - or even worse, killed.
'I should never have been put in that situation.'
Ms Rixon had worked as a carer since leaving school, and had been working for the Potens care company for 10 months when she was attacked
Just hours into her night shift, she was confronted by Cantwell, who had been setting off the building’s fire alarms and disrupting other residents
When he claimed to have a headache, Ms Rixon took him upstairs to the medicine room. Whilst she was filling out the paperwork, Cantwell locked the door and barricaded himself and Ms Rixon inside
She said: 'I tried not to show that I was scared and attempted to talk him round by saying that we could go back downstairs for a cup of tea
'Suddenly, he lunged towards me, telling me to get in the bathroom and bend over. He said he was going to kill me and called me a whore
'I was absolutely terrified, but before I had time to do anything, he flung me across the room and started punching me
'I scratched at his neck to fight him off, and then I ran into the bathroom and locked myself in
'I thought I was safe, but as I tried to call the police, he started bashing his way through the wall using a chair'
She said: 'It was a 20ft drop, but I didn’t have a choice. Either I jumped out of the window, or I waited to see what Craig had in store for me.'
Landing on her back, Ms Rixon was temporarily paralysed and crawled to safety, where she was rescued by two milkmen and rushed to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Doctors told her that she had broken two vertebrae and fractured her neck and foot. She stayed in hospital for two weeks, and had to use a back brace and wheelchair until she regained the ability to walk again.
Her parents Lorraine, 42, and Robert, 45, were on hand to help - along with her boyfriend, factory worker, Ste Rutter, 27.
But Ms Rixon says the mental effects of the attack have been harder to recover from.
She said: 'I had terrible nightmares about the attack, and woke up screaming.
'Diagnosed with posttraumatic stress disorder, I had to go to counselling and take antidepressants.
'I was terrified of everyone and everything.'
Now hoping to raise awareness for other care workers, Ms Rixon said: 'I went into this job because I love to help people. But my kindness nearly killed me.
'I just hope that other care homes see this and realise how dangerous it is for homes to let people work alone.
'Measures need to be put in place to protect people from going through what I went through.
'I’m lucky to still be alive.'
A spokesperson for the care home said: 'Potensial Ltd regrets this unforeseen and extremely unfortunate incident.
'Ms Rixon remains as an employee of the company, and we will continue in our commitment to support her recuperation.'


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 Crazed sex attacker smashed through bathroom WALL during attempt to rape care worker

    Sep 17, 2014 14:29
    By Steve Robson

A crazed sex beast used a chair to smash through a bathroom wall during an attempt to rape his care worker
In terrifying scenes reminiscent of horror film The Shining, Craig Cantwell hacked his way into the locked bathroom to get at 20-year-old Jemma RixonShe was forced to jump 20ft from the window in a bid to escape Cantwell, 30, and broke her spine as a result
Jemma, who had been left to work a night shift at Potens residential home in Birkenhead, Merseyside, on her own, is now campaigning for care staff to be given more protection against dangerous residents
Cantwell was jailed for nine years after being found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm, affray and committing an offence with intent to commit a sexual crime at Liverpool Crown Court
Jemma, who has waived her right to anonymity, said: "I should never have been left on my own. On that night, I had sole responsibility for six residents - many of whom have mental health problems. It wasn't safe for me to be the only member of staff on shift."
"Craig tried to rape me, and he almost killed me. I genuinely thought I was going to die.
"I knew I had only one choice: jump out of the window, or stay and be raped - or even worse, killed.
"I should never have been put in that situation."
Jemma, from the Wirral, has worked as a carer since leaving school, and had been working for the Potens care company for 10 months when she was attacked.
Early into her night shift, she was confronted by Cantwell, who had been setting off the building's fire alarms and disrupting other residents
When he claimed to have a headache, Jemma took him upstairs to the medicine room
While she was filling out the paperwork, Cantwell locked the door and barricaded himself and Jemma inside
She said: "I tried not to show that I was scared and attempted to talk him round by saying that we could go back downstairs for a cup of tea
"Suddenly, he lunged towards me, telling me to get in the bathroom and bend over. He said he was going to kill me and called me a whore
"I was absolutely terrified, but before I had time to do anything, he flung me across the room and started punching me.
"I scratched at his neck to fight him off, and then I ran into the bathroom and locked myself in.
"I thought I was safe, but as I tried to call the police, he started bashing his way through the wall using a chair."
As Cantwell hacked his way through the wall, she realised that the only way to escape was to jump from the window.
She said: "It was a 20ft drop, but I didn't have a choice. Either I jumped out of the window, or I waited to see what Craig had in store for me."
Landing on her back, Jemma was temporarily paralysed and crawled to safety, where she was rescued by two milkmen and rushed to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital.
Doctors told her that she had broken two vertebrae and fractured her neck and foot during the attack in July last year.
She stayed in hospital for two weeks, and had to use a back brace and wheelchair until she regained the ability to walk again.
Her parents Lorraine, 42, and Robert, 45, were on hand to help - along with her boyfriend, factory worker, Ste Rutter, 27.
But Jemma says the mental effects of the attack have been harder to recover from.
She said: "I had terrible nightmares about the attack, and woke up screaming.
"Diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, I had to go to counselling and take antidepressants.
"I was terrified of everyone and everything."
Cantwell was jailed for nine years also ordered to sign the Sex Offenders register for life.
Judge Alan Conrad said he "submitted a young carer, working on her own at night, to a violent and terrifying ordeal" and ordered an investigation into why Jemma was left to work alone.
Now hoping to raise awareness for other care workers, Jemma said: "I went into this job because I love to help people. But my kindness nearly killed me.
"I just hope that other care homes see this and realise how dangerous it is for homes to let people work alone.
"Measures need to be put in place to protect people from going through what I went through.
"I'm lucky to still be alive."
A spokesperson for the care home said: "Potensial Ltd regrets this unforeseen and extremely unfortunate incident.
"Ms Rixon remains as an employee of the company, and we will continue in our commitment to support her recuperation."


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