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Barnsley Woman Admits Crime After Selling Stories

Tuesday September 3 2013


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A BARNSLEY pharmacy assistant who worked at a military training centre has admitted misconduct in a public office for selling stories to a newspaper.

Tracy Bell, 35, from Goldthorpe, pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to one count of the offence between October 17, 2005 and July 7, 2006, during which time she received about £1,250 for five articles published in The Sun newspaper.

At the time she was a Ministry of Defence employee working as a pharmacy assistant at Sandhurst Medical Centre.

Bell was bailed until her sentencing in October.

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Reply Posted by Craig on Wednesday September 4 2013 at 11:48
Seems everyone in goldthorpe has a price..

Reply Posted by Stevo on Wednesday September 4 2013 at 20:08
Surprise, Surprise a Tory Propaganda mag paying for "risqué" stories....

Reply Posted by Spartan on Friday September 6 2013 at 07:48
Wasn't the Sun a LABOUR rag in 2005-2006?

Reply Posted by Mickey Mouse on Sunday September 15 2013 at 00:44
The press can't even get the story right just another example of the press going over the top and playing Chinese whispers !! Get it right before you print it

Reply Posted by Donald Duck on Sunday September 15 2013 at 00:47
Risqué stories my foot !! They are so trivial and pointless but yet that's what the newspapers survive on - pointless and trivial crap ! And I think the journalists and photographers that hound you and harrassed you when you at court should be fined too !!

Reply Posted by Tosh on Tuesday October 8 2013 at 03:55
This woman is a total lier and out to distroy peoples lives I had a affair with her 8 years ago