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Madeleine Pulver (C) speaks to the media as her father Bill (L) and mother Belinda (R) listen outside of the court in Sydney on November 20, 2012. An investment banker who attached a fake bomb around the neck of Pulver, a Sydney schoolgirl, in a bid to extort money from her wealthy family was jailed for at least 10 years. Paul Peters, who was arrested and extradited from the United States in September last year with the help of the FBI, pleaded guilty earlier this year to aggravated breaking and entering and detaining the teenager for advantage. AFP PHOTO/William WEST (Photo credit should read WILLIAM WEST/AFP/Getty Images)
20 Nov 2012
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