Crime Britain: 60 rapes and killings last year carried out by offenders on bail

  Daily Express 

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MORE than 60 rapes and killings were carried out by suspects on bail for other crimes last year. They were among 13,456 offences committed by so-called “bail bandits”, according to Ministry of Justice figures.
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