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‘Flush chunks down toilet not garbage disposal and blast thermostat to melt off fingerprints’: Chillingly detailed notebook of son who ‘dismembered his parents and boiling his mom’s head in a pot’

Joel Guy Jr, 31, appeared in Knoxville court on Tuesday for the second day of testimony in his first-degree murder trial in relation to the November 2016 slayings of his father Joel Michael Guy Sr, 61, and his 55-year-old mother, Lisa Guy. Prosecutors say that Guy Jr first knifed his father to death in the upstairs exercise room of his West Knox County house on November 26, 2016, then ambushed and stabbed his mother to death when she returned home from a shopping trip. The son then allegedly dismembered his parents’ bodies and tried to dissolve some of the remains and boiled his mother’s head in a pot. But before allegedly carrying out the heinous crime, Guy Jr meticulously plotted his every murderous move in a notebook, first detailing at great length how he would kill his mother and father, then how he would dispose of their remains, step-by-step.

Is Britain REALLY suffering from a ‘second hump’ of Covid-19? Cases and hospital admissions are rising quickly — but top experts dismiss fears the UK’s crisis is ‘out of control’ again and insist it is nowhere near peak of first wave

Prime Minister Boris Johnson claims Britain is heading into a ‘second hump’ of cases, but data shows only around 4% of tests are positivie, compared to almost half during April’s peak. Although cases appear to be heading to levels not seen since the peak of the crisis in March and April (pictured left), there are now more than 10 times as many tests being done every day and a huge proportion of them are negative (pictured right), showing that testing currently finds almost all actual cases of Covid-19, while experts predict it was missing more than 95 per cent earlier in the year. Dr Simon Clarke, from the University of Reading, told MailOnline: ‘Cases compared to peak — they are not yet comparable’.

How close is the NHS to being ‘overwhelmed’? Just 1,800 out of 110,000 occupied beds are taken up by Covid-19 patients as thousands more than normal die at home of other causes

The most NHS recent snapshot — released three weeks ago — shows just 478 out of 110,000 beds in use were by Covid-19 patients on September 3. This has since risen to 1,883, according to Department of Health data. Health chiefs have yet to update the total beds occupied figure since but it barely changed over the summer. Even at the peak of the crisis in Britain, only a quarter of all beds were occupied by virus patients. On April 7, 26.5 per cent of the 67,206 people in England’s hospitals were being treated for coronavirus — the highest proportion on record. Separate data (top inset graph) also shows NHS hospitals across England and Wales are still recording hundreds of fewer deaths than expected each week. They haven’t had any excess deaths — more fatalities than expected — since mid-May. The heat map shows how many patients were admitted to hospital in each of the different regions between September 20 and 26, while the graphs for each region show how many patients are currently in hospital with Covid-19 and how that has changed since the pandemic began. 

Infection with flu and covid-19 at the same time DOUBLES a person’s risk of dying, finds Public Health England

Public Health England’s study found people with co-infection were twice as likely to die than those who tested positive for Covid-19 alone. Officials have urged people ‘not to be complacent’ over the flu by declining the offer for a free vaccination this autumn. This year will see the biggest ever flu vaccination programme for the UK, with health chiefs pledging to reach 30million people against the 15million last year. The great concern is that if people are not protected against the flu, hospitals will be overrun with sick people unsure if they have flu or Covid-19, or both. But some experts have said Britain ‘almost certainly’ will not see two consecutive waves of flu and coronavirus.

Flight attendant, 56, who lost her entire NOSE to skin cancer gets a new one constructed for her using skin from her scalp and forehead

Sabrina Falcon, 56, of Las Vegas, Nevada, was diagnosed with skin cancer while living in Chicago in 2016. Basal cell carcinoma is a form of skin cancer that occurs in a type of cell that produce new skin cells as old cells die. Falcon had two surgeries to remove the cancer from her nose but, months later, began experiencing severe headaches and facial pain. In May 2019, she visited the Mayo Clinic in Phoenix where she learned the tumor had spread throughout the whole nose. Surgeons needed to remove Falcon’s entire nose (inset) to get rid of the cancer and then began reconstructive surgery (left). From May 2019 to October 2019, Falcon underwent five surgeries using skin from her scalp and forehead and cartilage from her ear to build a new nose (right).

Britain records 6,178 more cases of coronavirus as outbreak grows 37% in just a week as health chiefs announce 37 more deaths

Data shows that 4,501 new Covid-19 infections are now being recorded each day, on average, up from 3,286 last Wednesday. The UK yesterday became just the 14 country in the world to pass the milestone of 400,000 cases, after another 4,926 patients tested positive for the disease. It is impossible to accurately compare cases now to figures from the darkest days of the outbreak in March and April, when only tens of thousands of patients were being tested. Top experts believe more than 100,000 new cases were truly occurring each day during the worst part of the first wave. Health chiefs also announced another 37 coronavirus deaths today, as fatalities to continue to creep up following the rapid spike in cases since the start of September. The number of victims is the same as what was announced yesterday, which was Britain’s deadliest day of the pandemic since July 14 (44). Government figures statistics show 25 Britons are now succumbing to the illness each day, almost double the rate of 13 last week. It had dropped to a low of seven at the start of September.

World-renowned female powerlifter Anna Turaeva wins apology from airline after they refused to let her board a flight without proving she was a woman

Russian World champion powerlifter Anna Turaeva, 42 (pictured left with her dog, right in the gym and top-inset in a park) has spoken of her horror after airport security asked her to prove she was a women after they saw her gender listed on her passport. She said she was initially barred from flying with Russian airline Utair from St Petersburg to her home city Krasnodar via Moscow, because the security staff believed her to be a man. She said that after calmly explaining to the officials, she was eventually permitted to board, but has since struck out at the airline for how they treated her. The sportswoman has a string of records and medals representing her country, and is one of Russia’s most famous powerlifters.

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PIERS MORGAN: Rude, doddery Biden ‘won’ this shameful, humiliating sham of a debate but only because vile Trump and the impotent moderator were even worse — and the biggest losers from this mudslinging fiasco were the American people

Last night’s first presidential showdown of this US election cycle between Donald Trump and Joe Biden was the single most embarrassing and unedifying spectacle in the history of modern American politics. Trump, even by his legendarily barbaric debate standards, was repellent. The President basically brought his Twitter game to the debate — a relentless bombastic bombardment of abuse, personal jibes, self-justifying tripe and blatant falsehoods. But awful though he was, Biden could and should have done so much more to counter and exploit the flailing president. Instead, the Democrat nominee was weak and ineffectual throughout the debate, failing to land any real blows on Trump even as America reels from his diabolical handling of the pandemic which has led to the worst coronavirus death toll in the world and the worst economic collapse too. As for moderator Chris Wallace (inset, top), one of the most respected figures in American media, I’m sorry to say he lost control, and the plot, allowing Trump to dominate proceedings like an overgrown playground bully and consequently letting the debate collapse into an almost unwatchable charade.

Breast-baring drunken mother-of-two, 33, avoids jail after £4,000 kebab shop rampage when she falsely claimed she had been raped

Ann Marie Fowler, 33, was spared a prison sentence and told to pay £400 compensation after she trashed takeaway Kebabish in Falkirk during an outburst shortly before midnight on July 21. Footage captured the moment Fowler threw food, flashed her breasts at horrified workers, smashed a glass cabinet and hit the owner in the head with a charity collection tin. She also grabbed a worker by the t-shirt as he was on the phone to police, and shouted ‘you raped me, you raped me’ while pulling down her top and bra to expose her breasts. Fowler — who was on her way back from visiting her son in hospital — admitted racially aggravated assault and a string of other offences when she appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court.

How close is the NHS to being ‘overwhelmed’? Just 1,800 out of 110,000 occupied beds are taken up by Covid-19 patients as thousands more than normal die at home of other causes

The most NHS recent snapshot — released three weeks ago — shows just 478 out of 110,000 beds in use were by Covid-19 patients on September 3. This has since risen to 1,883, according to Department of Health data. Health chiefs have yet to update the total beds occupied figure since but it barely changed over the summer. Even at the peak of the crisis in Britain, only a quarter of all beds were occupied by virus patients. On April 7, 26.5 per cent of the 67,206 people in England’s hospitals were being treated for coronavirus — the highest proportion on record. Separate data (top inset graph) also shows NHS hospitals across England and Wales are still recording hundreds of fewer deaths than expected each week. They haven’t had any excess deaths — more fatalities than expected — since mid-May. The heat map shows how many patients were admitted to hospital in each of the different regions between September 20 and 26, while the graphs for each region show how many patients are currently in hospital with Covid-19 and how that has changed since the pandemic began. 

Does London really need a lockdown? Hospital admissions triple in the capital in a fortnight but are still 13 times lower than in March and cases have now SLOWED… as data shows infections are only spiralling in Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham

During a behind-closed-doors briefing this week, Kevin Fenton, director of Public Health England in the capital, told London mayor Sadiq Khan and the leaders of all 32 boroughs that all signs indicated the disease was making a rapid resurgence in the city. Ministers are now said to be mulling a decision to place more than 9million people in the city under even tighter restrictions if the new suite of national social distancing measures announced by the Government this week fail to curb climbing numbers. Infections across the city has more than doubled since August, with the seven-day weekly average number of cases rising from 86 per 100,000 to 262 per 100,000 (pictured top left. But official figures show that upticks in cases have ground to a halt across the capital, with only a handful of boroughs now seeing a sustained rise in infections — including Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham (bottom). It’s true that Covid-19 hospital admissions in the capital have tripled in a fortnight, with the seven-day average rising from 11 on September 2 to 33.4 by September 18 (top right). But the number of hospitalisations in the city is still a far cry from the 700-plus at the height of the pandemic in spring and only slightly higher than they were the start of July (around 25), when the country was deemed safe to reopen again.For comparison, 13 times as many admissions were being recorded in March (425 on March 22) — before the national lockdown was imposed.

As anger grows in North East at new coronavirus lockdown, how justified is it? Hospitalisations are still just 17% of April levels and deaths are under three per day

Data shows large variations in coronavirus infection rates across the region and some areas which have been left out of new rules have cases rising faster than areas now facing lockdown. It also shows that coronavirus hospitalisations across the region are at around 20 per cent of the highest levels during the peak of the pandemic, and deaths have remained remain stable at three per day or lower for 14 weeks. Yesterday Matt Hancock announced that residents of Northumberland, Newcastle, Gateshead, North and South Tyneside, Durham and Sunderland would be banned from meeting friends outside their bubble indoors. And while cases are highest in those regions, infections are rising faster in some areas outside of the lockdown rules than they are in areas within it. Local council officials are angry that measures are being introduced without them being forewarned. Hartlepool and Stockton-on-Tees last week saw their cases-per-100,000 rise by 84 per cent and 71 per cent, respectively, but will not be included in tonight’s crackdown, while Gateshead, Sunderland and Durham will be locked down despite slower growth. Those areas do, however, have higher overall rates for the most part — although Durham’s is lower than Hartlepool’s.

From a terraced home in Blackburn to self-made billionaires on the brink of buying Asda: Rags-to-riches story of petrol station pioneer brothers, 48 and 49, bidding to bring supermarket giant back under British control

Mohsin Issa, 49, and his brother Zuber, 48, (left) whose parents came to Britain from India ‘with nothing’, built EG Group from one site bought for £150,000 in 2001 into a £9billion giant employing 44,000 staff. The brothers are now worth an estimated £3.56bn, including a £25m Kensington townhouse (top right) and a private jet that is kept in a hangar at Blackpool Airport alongside Donald Trump’s personal helicopter. They are also building five identical mansions just three miles from the humble Blackburn two-up two-down where they were raised (bottom right). Inset is an image of an Asda store.

Kentucky AG attempts to delay release of Breonna Taylor grand jury evidence and defends not charging two cops involved ‘because her boyfriend shot at them first’

Daniel Cameron on Tuesday night sought to defend himself ahead of the release of records that the grand jury was shown. He has been accused by an unidentified juror of publicly misrepresenting the case. The juror filed a motion earlier this week to have all of the evidence released to the public. They say they are in turmoil over the fact that Cameron’s office only recommended to the grand jury that one of the cops should be charged with wanton endangerment, letting the two others completely off the hook. Taylor was shot and killed in her home in Louisville in March after three cops — Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove — opened fire on her apartment, where she was asleep with her boyfriend.

Where’s the next Covid-19 hotspot? Scientists predict cases will spread further down the North East the coast over the next fortnight and continue spreading in the Midlands and London

Imperial College London researchers, who predict hotspots in the future based on current data, believe Hartlepool and Scarborough will both be hotspots by the start of October. And the academics suspect other North East authorities including Darlington, Stockton-on-Tees, and Redcar and Cleveland, Hambleton and Middlesbrough could all follow suit. None of the seven authorities have currently been hit by tougher restrictions because of the spike in coronavirus cases but some are listed by officials as being an ‘area of concern’. Health chiefs last week put more than 2million people in the North East under local lockdown rules, banning people from socialising indoors or in gardens with anyone from outside their own households or support bubbles.

Rave of rebellion: Single superspreader is blamed for Swansea University outbreak after infecting 32 people at house party while Liverpool students host boozy halls bash — as infections sweep 47 campuses

Swansea University (inset) said the coronavirus-infected superspreader ‘came from outside the area’ and attended a ‘particular party’ sparking the outbreak. Even so, no formal quarantine measures in student halls — such as those seen in Manchester and Glasgow — have been introduced as the cases have not been linked to private accommodation blocks and not the university’s campus. Liverpool John Moores University’s campus has also remained quarantine-free, despite footage of a huge booze-fuelled rave in an accommodation hall surfacing today. A group of students — some standing on furniture — were seen crowding together inside the university’s Cambridge Court halls as they danced and sang along to Dizzee Rascal song Bonkers (main).

When the Fab Four were the Fab FIVE: Colorization artist brings to life snaps of the Beatles playing small gigs in early 1960s ahead of debut Please Please Me album

The stunning images feature drummer Pete Best (pictured top-left in the lineup), who would later be replaced by Ringo Starr, as well as original bass guitarist Stuart Sutcliffe (pictured top-right as part of what was then a five-piece), who left the band to pursue his career as a painter. Professionally colourised for the first time, thanks to 19-year-old artist Daffa Anargya Sandjono from South Tangerang, Indonesia, the pictures give a glimpse into the iconic band’s early years, including when they played gigs in Hamburg and at Taunton’s Wyvern Social Club (pictured bottom-left). Another captivating image displays a boyish-looking George Harrison in colour, taken in 1961, when he was just 17 (pictured bottom-right). The photos have been brought to life ahead of what would have been John Lennon’s 80th birthday next month.

How Europe’s second spike of Covid-19 is still only a TENTH of the size of the crisis in spring when 3million people were really getting infected each day

Some 300,000 people are being diagnosed with the disease on the continent every week, but scientists estimate that figure was at least 3.3 million back in April. Only 200,000 positive tests were being recorded weekly in spring because of a lack of testing, meaning millions of actual cases went missing. But countries ramped up their swabbing capacity throughout the summer in case of a second wave, in order to get a better grip on the disease. The number of deaths from the disease across Europe remains relatively low compared with the peak in spring, despite cases spiking again. Survival rates for patients hospitalised with Covid-19 have increased from 66 per cent in March to 84 per cent in August, studies suggest.

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A Day in the Life! Manhattan penthouse where John Lennon claimed he saw a UFO and lived for 18 months during his ‘Lost Weekend’ with assistant May Pang goes on sale for $5.5 million

A die-hard Beatles could soon live like John Lennon as the New York City apartment where he enjoyed a ‘Lost Weekend’ with his assistant May Pang has gone on the market for $5.5million. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom triplex spanning 4,000 sq ft is in Manhattan’s Sutton Place neighborhood and offers stunning views of the East River. It’s also where the ‘Day in the Life’ hitmaker escaped during a brief split from Yoko Ono. The next lucky owner of apartment G at 434 E 52nd Street will have the rare luxury of private outdoor space — 2,000 sq ft of it thanks to two terraces that wrap around the Southgate co-operative.

Do tougher rules REALLY work to fight Covid-19? Glasgow’s outbreak slowed within five days of being hit by a local lockdown

Around 37 people were testing positive for Covid-19 each day in Glasgow on September 2, the day when the restrictions came into place. This had risen six-fold from the middle of August, when around six people were being diagnosed each day, and was up massively on the rolling average of just one in July. But government statistics show the city’s infection curve had started to flatten just five days after the measures were imposed, showing the rolling average had hit 52 on September 7 and has barely risen since (see right). Similar patterns have been seen in West Dunbartonshire and East Renfrewshire, which were placed under ‘local lockdown’ on the same day. Sir Harry Burns, a professor of global public health at the University of Strathclyde, said data shows the lockdown measures in the west of Scotland are working. Because of this, he supported Nicola Sturgeon’s decision to impose a blanket ban on social mixing in households from today (pictured in the Scottish Parliament yesterday).

Air hostess, 27, is jailed for 28 months after turning to cocaine dealing when she lost her job during the coronavirus crisis

An air hostess has been jailed for more than two years for drug dealing after turning to crime following the loss of her job during the coronavirus crisis. Alexandra Dobre (pictured), 27, who is thought to have worked for Ryanair and Wizz Air, had been based at London Luton Airport but was made redundant in the spring. She began a relationship with a man she met on a dating app and moved to Staffordshire, before agreeing to deliver cocaine after becoming short of cash. Staffordshire Police then stopped her grey Fiat Punto in Stoke-on-Trent on the night of August 7 this year and found six wraps of cocaine inside her purse. Neil Ahuja, prosecuting, told Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court: ‘She was evasive with the officers about where she was living.’ Police searched a flat in Hanley and came across 81 small snap-seal bags of white powder concealed in a bedside table, which tested positive for cocaine. Another six sealed bags of the class A substance were found. In total, the 19.4 grams had an estimated street value of between £1,740 and £2,610. Detectives also seized £480 in cash, along with a mobile phone (all pictured, centre). Dobre pleaded guilty to possession of Class A drugs with intent to supply.

9.2MILLION now in lockdown as Matt Hancock confirms North East will be hit with new restrictions and 10pm curfew with ‘London and Leeds next in line’- so where’s NEXT?

Around 9.2million Britons have now been put under tougher local lockdown restrictions across the UK because of a spike in cases of coronavirus, after Matt Hancock today confirmed the North East would be hit by a 10pm curfew on pubs and bars from tomorrow. In a desperate attempt to curb spiralling rates across the region, the Health Secretary also confirmed that residents living in Newcastle and six other authorities are now banned from socialising with people outside their own households or support bubbles in private homes and gardens. Pubs, bars and restaurants in all the affected areas -Northumberland, North Tyneside, South Tyneside Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Gateshead, Sunderland and County Durham — are now only allowed to offer table service, in hope of cracking down on the spread of the life-threatening disease. Around 2million people live in the seven authorities, of which only three — Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Sunderland and Gateshead — were formally named on Number 10’s most up-to-date watchlist. Council bosses argue they needed tougher measures across the region to prevent a full-blown lockdown and save lives.

NBA FINALS: LeBron James is desperate to win the Lakers a first championship in a decade, months after Kobe Bryant’s tragic helicopter crash… but the four-time MVP must beat Miami Heat — the side he first took to glory — to do it

LeBron James’ (left) Los Angeles Lakers will take on the King’s former side in the Miami Heat (bottom right) and while those from LA go into the seven-game series as heavy favourites, the underdog Heat have relished being written off. It has been a particularly trying year for the Lakers, along with the rest of the NBA, with the death of franchise icon Kobe Bryant (top right) in a helicopter crash in January. Bryant’s death, alongside daughter and future WNBA star Gianna, has left an indelible mark and has been an added motivation for the squad to win the championship as a tribute to one of the Lakers’ all-time greats. For the Heat nobody predicted them to go the distance. They came through a well-drilled Indiana Pacers team, a Milwaukee Bucks squad with the best record in the NBA and an exciting Boston Celtics team to get this far. Sportsmail breaks down the key areas of the NBA Finals, who to keep an eye on and why it is time to simply appreciate the body of LeBron’s work after 17 years in the NBA.

‘Adidas are making me a new boot… until then, I play like this!’: Erik Lamela reveals a ‘problem’ with his right foot forced him to wear two DIFFERENT boots in Carabao Cup shootout win against Chelsea

Erik Lamela left fans scratching their heads as he took to the pitch in two different boots against Chelsea on Tuesday — only to reveal it is because adidas’ specially-made boot is yet to arrive. The Argentine produced a major contribution in the Carabao Cup win with the equalising goal to force a penalty shootout, which Tottenham won. The Tottenham winger sported the 2012 Adizero f50 boot on his right foot (inset, right) while opting for the 2019 adidas Copa 19.1 (inset, left) in blue on his left. The 2012 pair is difficult to get hold of but owners have sold them for a price in the region of £150. The 2019 adidas Copa 19.1 come in somewhere around £100.

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