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Swansea: Man knowingly infected two women with HIV is jailed

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A SWANSEA man was jailed for seven years on Friday (June 12)  for having unprotected sex with two women knowing he had HIV.

Both women were infected by Mweetwa Muleya, 28, after he failed to tell them about his HIV condition before having sex with them.

Swansea Crown Court heard the women were “devastated” to find out they had caught the life changing illness after going for blood tests.

Judge Huw Davies QC said: “You were selfish to a degree which beggars description.

“You deceived, quite deliberately, one person after another in ways that damaged their lives with lasting consequences.

“The harm to these victims was of the worst kind.”

One of the victims, only known as Miss B, said Muleya had destroyed her life.
Mweetwa Muleya

Muleya was diagnosed with HIV at 15 – but his mum didn’t tell him until he was nearly 19.  He came to the UK from Zambia in his teens, was given anti-retroviral medication to control the virus and advice on how to stop its spread.

He was told it would be a crime to have unprotected sex with someone and not disclose his positive status.

But Swansea Crown Court heard Muleya fell into a lifestyle of drink and drugs and lapsed when it came to sexual health check ups.

Muleya said he had started drinking and taking drugs because he was in denial about his condition.

When arrested Muleya said he had used protection with both women.

Muleya, of Matthew Street, Swansea, pleaded guilty to two counts of causing GBH in May this year.

He was sentenced to seven years in prison, and handed an extra six months for unrelated drug offences.

 

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Rapper who bombed wrong house jailed for almost 10 years

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A WELSH rapper who accidentley ‘bombed’ a wrong house following a feud with a rival has been labelled ‘pathetic’ and ‘childish’ by a judge before sending them to prison.

Appearing at Swansea Crown Court on Monday (Jun 13), Michael Athernought was sentenced to almost 10 years in prison.

The court heard how Athernought, 25 of Tontine Street, Swansea, had thrown a petrol bomb at a house he believed belonged to a fellow rapper Ricky Williams following a feud between the two.

However, the defendant bombed the house of a woman and her teenage son.

The incident happened at a residential property on Clyndu Street, Morriston at around 3am on November 16 of last year.

The woman awoke to a fire alarm going off and neighbours banging her front door.

L;uckily for Helen Davies and her son, neighbours had managed to break her door down and get the pair to safety.

The court heard how Athernought had posted a video directed at Mr Williams where threats were made to ‘burn your house to the ground’ and ‘war means war’.

Athernought was arrested the same day and officers from South Wales Police found a jerrycan of petrol and a towel with pieces missing.

Whilst sentencing, Judge Paul Thomas QC, said: “A more pathetic, childish reason for acting as you did is frankly quite difficult to imagine.

“Instead of acting as a grown-up you decided, because you think of yourself as some sort of pseudo-gangster, to make a video.

“In that video you made threats to burn his house down. It was as graphically threatening as it was pathetically childish.

“In actual fact, due to your incompetence, you got the wrong house.

“Obviously, you seem to think that you can get away with what you want, because you’re in some way above all of that, being, of course, an important rapper.”

Alternought was given an extended sentence of nine years and nine months.

The defendant will serve four years and six months in prison. The remainder of the sentence will be served on licence.

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Trimsaran go top after beating Bynea

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TRIMSARAN moved to the top of League 3 West B on Saturday (Jan 8) as they beat Bynea 39-5.

It was the only game to be played in the Division as others battled covid-19 cases and waterlogged pitches following overnight rain.

Lee Bates had scored two tries in Trimsaran’s last game before Christmas and he carried on his good form with a hat trick of tries on Saturday.

Iwan Green and Chris Lacey also went over for the home side who were also awarded a penalty try.

There were three conversions and a penalty from Corey Phillips as Trimsaran secured a bonus point win.

Trim now sit top of the table, unbeaten in their opening four games in the league, and they are now level on points with second placed Tumble who have played a game more.

On Saturday, January 15, Trimsaran travel to Tumble while Bynea will look to get back to winning ways when they host New Dock Stars.

PHOTO by Darren Harries

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Welcome to Serene Baby Sleep

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JULIA is a qualified Sleep Consultant experienced in supporting you to maximise your family and child’s sleep potential. She is calm, caring and empathetic to your individual needs. Julia is also a qualified NNEB Nursery Nurse and non medical Maternity Nurse with over 25 years experience in dealing with newborns & children up to the age of 12 years.

Whilst working with you, Julia will tailor a bespoke programme for your baby or child. This will be balanced with your family’s needs, taking into account your personal wishes. Coupled with her own experience and intuition she will endeavour to find a solution that supports your child in learning to enjoy sleep.

Julia has a wide range of packages available including; Telephone/Skype Consultations, Home Visits, Welcome Home Packages, Sleep Plans, Maternity Nursing and Night Nannying. 

As a sleep consultant Julia advises on the various methods of sleep training available. As every family is different she encourage parents/carers to go with a plan that is ultimately going to have the best outcome for them. After an initial phone call to gather all of the facts an explanation is given on the various services she offers.

Typical problems and situations Julia might assist with as a non medical maternity nurse include feeding issues, tongue tie, low milk supply, mastitis, routine and sleeping habits. 

Julia will encourage and support exhausted parents to get more rest through effective time management and prioritisation. She can advise parents on how to support their older children’s emotions once the new addition to the family has arrived ensuring a highly enjoyable experience for all.

Julia provides a high quality and confidential service and can provide extensive evidence of recommendations by previous clients who often invite her back to the family home for subsequent bookings for additional children.

So if you are feeling overwhelmed, in need of some sleep, support and advice please call Julia Maher on 07722071420 or email me at jkmaher@live.com

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