'Canoe death' couple jailed.FAKE canoe canoe (kən`), long, narrow watercraft with sharp ends originally used by most peoples. death couple John and Anne Darwin Anne Elizabeth "Annie" Darwin (2 March 1841–22 April 1851) was the second child and eldest daughter of Charles and Emma Darwin. According to biographers, she was a delightful child who brought much happiness to her parents. Eminent Darwin scholar E. have each been jailed for more than six years.
Teesside Crown Court was told yesterday they carried out a "determined, sustained and sophisticated" pounds 250,000 fraud by faking faking
improper alteration of the appearance of a horse for purpose of fraud. Refers usually to teeth. See also bishoping. his death in a canoeing accident.
The couple did not acknowledge each other in the dock.
They were sentenced for a swindle swindle v. to cheat through trick, device, false statements or other fraudulent methods with the intent to acquire money or property from another to which the swindler is not entitled. Swindling is a crime as one form of theft. (See: fraud, theft) which deceived the police, a coroner, financial institutions and even their sons, Mark, 32, and Anthony, 29.
The sonswere in court every day since they gave evidence against their mother and were in the same room as their father for the first time today since he was arrested last December.
Darwin, 57, was jailed for six years and three months and his wife, 56, for six-and-a-half years.