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Teen jailed after bomb threats to Gloucestershire schools

teen jailed after bomb threats to gloucestershire schools
George Duke-Cohan played 'a cat-and-mouse game' with authorities
Gloucester Citizen - Published Also reported by •Gloucestershire EchoStroud Life

Teen who made hoax bomb threats claimed plane was hijacked - listen to the call

George Duke-Cohan, from Hertfordshire, was jailed for three years after pleading guilty to three counts of making hoax bomb threats at Luton Crown Court today (December 7)
Cambridge News - Published

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A teenager inspired by the Columbine High School massacre has been jailed after making bogus bomb threats to hundreds of UK schools and sparking an airport security scare. George Duke-Cohan twice..

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Teen who made bomb threats to Cambridgeshire schools and thousands more is sentenced

George Duke-Cohan, 19, from Hertfordshire, pleaded guilty to three counts of making hoax bomb threats at Luton Crown Court in September this year
Cambridge News - Published

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George Duke-Cohan was inspired by the Columbine High School massacre in the US, Luton Crown Court heard.
Express and Star - Published

Teenage hacker jailed after Bristol school bomb threats

teenage hacker jailed after bristol school bomb threats
George Duke-Cohan claimed pipe bombs had been hidden and a car would be driven at students at home-time
Bristol Post - Published

Schools bomb hoaxes: Teenager jailed for nationwide threats

schools bomb hoaxes: teenager jailed for nationwide threats
BBC Local News: Wiltshire -- George Duke-Cohan sent threats to hundreds of UK schools and triggered a US airport security scare.
BBC Local News - Published Also reported by •BBC News

Teen jailed for email bomb hoaxes

teen jailed for email bomb hoaxes
George Duke-Cohan sent threats to hundreds of UK schools and triggered a US airport security scare.
BBC News - Published

Jail for Columbine massacre inspired teenager who made hoax bomb threats to our schools

jail for columbine massacre inspired teenager who made hoax bomb threats to our schools
George Duke-Cohan, 19, twice targeted schools - including some in North and North East Lincolnshire - with emails claiming a device had been planted
Grimsby Telegraph - Published

Schools bomb hoaxes: Bodycam shows George Duke-Cohan arrest

schools bomb hoaxes: bodycam shows george duke-cohan arrest
George Duke-Cohan, 19, was arrested in his bedroom at his home in Hertfordshire.
BBC News - Published

Teenager who made hoax United Airlines and school bomb threats is jailed

teenager who made hoax united airlines and school bomb threats is jailed
George Duke-Cohan, 19, has been jailed for three years at Luton Crown Court after making bogus bomb threats to hundreds of UK schools and sparking an airport security scare.
MailOnline - Published

Teenager George Duke-Cohan jailed for hoax bomb threats which triggered evacuation of hundreds of schools

teenager george duke-cohan jailed for hoax bomb threats which triggered evacuation of hundreds of schools
Walsall College was amongst hundreds of schools across the UK and USA which were evacuated
Walsall Advertiser - Published Also reported by •Tamworth HeraldIndependent

Listen to the shocking call sick school bomb hoaxer made about fake plane hijacking

George Duke-Cohan forced a number of schools in Hull and East Yorkshire to evacuate
Hull Daily Mail - Published

Man, 19, admits UK-wide school bomb hoax

man, 19, admits uk-wide school bomb hoax
George Duke-Cohan caused more than 400 schools to be evacuated and triggered an airport security scare.
BBC News - Published Also reported by •BBC Local News

Bomb hoax boy, 19, causes chaos at Lincolnshire schools AND sparks major airport alert

bomb hoax boy, 19, causes chaos at lincolnshire schools and sparks major airport alert
George Duke-Cohan, 19, made hoax bomb threats which were investigated by the National Crime Agency and FBI
Sleaford Target - Published Also reported by •Boston TargetLincolnshire EchoRetford TimesEast Lindsey Target

Teenager admits causing chaos at 400 schools with hoax bomb calls

teenager admits causing chaos at 400 schools with hoax bomb calls
George Duke-Cohan twice targeted schools in the UK and US with bogus bomb threats
Gloucestershire Echo - Published Also reported by •Stroud LifeGloucester Citizen

Teenage hacker admits sending hoax bomb threats to Hull and East Yorkshire schools

teenage hacker admits sending hoax bomb threats to hull and east yorkshire schools
Schools across the city were evacuated during the hoax from George Duke-Cohan
Hull Daily Mail - Published

How a teenage hacker caused Bristol school's to be evacuated with hoax bomb threats

how a teenage hacker caused bristol school's to be evacuated with hoax bomb threats
George Duke-Cohan sent out more than 24,000 bomb hoax emails
Bristol Post - Published

Teenager admits making bomb threats that sparked UK school evacuations and security alert on US-bound flight

Thousands of children were evacuated from more than 400 UK schools in March because of George Duke-Cohan's threats
Independent - Published

Teenager George Duke-Cohan admits to making fake bomb threats to thousands of schools

teenager george duke-cohan admits to making fake bomb threats to thousands of schools
Five schools in the Avon and Somerset area were targeted on March 19
Blackmore Vale - Published

Teen hacker George Duke-Cohan admits sparking 400 UK school evacuations with 24,000 hoax bomb threats

teen hacker george duke-cohan admits sparking 400 uk school evacuations with 24,000 hoax bomb threats
George Duke-Cohan twice targeted schools in the UK and US with hoax messages
Tamworth Herald - Published

Teen arrested in his bedroom after hoax bomb-threats to UK schools

teen arrested in his bedroom after hoax bomb-threats to uk schools
George Duke-Cohan, 19, sent mass emails to the UK and US claiming pipe bombs were on their premises and also rang San Francisco Airport to report that gunmen had taken over a flight.
MailOnline - Published

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