Tony Martin to address pupils

19th September 2003 at 01:00
Tony Martin, the Norfolk farmer who shot dead a teenage burglar, is being paid to address pupils at a top private school. He will talk to 180 sixth-formers at Oundle school in Northamptonshire, as part of their general studies programme. The invitation was issued despite criticism by politicians of those who pay convicted criminals to talk about their crimes.

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