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Art of the Day: John Fraser

John Fraser
Right-Angle Address, 2010
Graphite, Acrylic, and M/M Collage on Wood Panel Construction, with Found Object
30 x 30 x 2 1/4 in.

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Alex Bateman jailed for two years: full report


Shere Fraser Lowe and her husband Joe McCarthy Jr outside Wood Green Crown Court today.

Alex Bateman has been sent to jail for two years following his conviction for the theft of the logbook belonging to Flt Sgt John Fraser, the bomb aimer who flew in John Hopgood’s crew on the Dams Raid in May 1943. 922 more words

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Bateman sentenced two years for Fraser logbook theft

Pic: Metropolitan Police

BREAKING NEWS:
Alex Bateman was sentenced today to two years imprisonment for the theft of Flt Sgt John Fraser’s logbook. Describing his act as a ‘despicable offence’ in which he abused the trust placed on him, Judge John Dodd QC said that it remained a mystery what Bateman did with the logbook which had been loaned to him by the Dambuster’s widow, Doris Fraser. 71 more words

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Alex Bateman verdict: jail inevitable

Alex Bateman arriving at court, Friday 13 January.

Alex Bateman was told today that he will be sent to jail after being found guilty of the theft of a wartime Royal Canadian Air Force logbook. 599 more words

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Breaking news – Alex Bateman guilty

Breaking news: Alex Bateman has been found guilty of the theft of Flt Sgt John Fraser’s wartime RCAF logbook. He has been remanded in custody for sentencing on 3 February, and told by the judge that jail is ‘inevitable’. 16 more words

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Alex Bateman on trial: Day Four

John and Doris Fraser on their wedding day, 29 April 1943.

The fourth day of Alex Bateman’s trial for the theft of the logbook of Dams Raid bomb aimer Flt Sgt John Fraser began with defence counsel Samantha Wright producing a photocopy of the document which has been the centre of attention in the case. 1,024 more words

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Alex Bateman on trial: Day Three

Flt Sgt John Fraser is second from the left in the back row in this photograph taken while he was serving in 50 Squadron. Next to him, third from left, is fellow Canadian Ken Earnshaw, who went with him to 617 Squadron.  665 more words

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