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Imprisoned for not resolving the Facebook password for the police

A man in the UK has been sentenced to 14 months in prison for failing to provide his Facebook password to police in order to investigate the murder of a 13-year-old girl.


Stephen-Alan Nicholson, 24, was the suspect in the murder of 13-year-old schoolgirl Lucy McHugh in July.

Although the police asked Nicholson to provide his Facebook password to check the private message sent to Lucy, the suspect was determined not to act because of fears of revealing some of the information.

Finally, Nicholson was sentenced to 14 months in prison, Metro reported Aug. 31.
Judge Parker said: "What Nicholson was doing was blocking and causing the investigation to be delayed.

This means finding the culprit to kill Lucy McHugh is going to be a lot harder. "
According to information from the Hampshire police, Lucy's body was walking with a pet dog in the forest, near Southampton Sports Center on July 26.

According to the authorities, the victim may have died by the time it was discovered about 20 hours.
Nicholson was the first suspect arrested in the case. Police suspect, he was forced before dying victim.

Nicholson is an acquaintance of Lucy's family. Before the murder, the 13-year-old girl was missing more than a month.

Detectives say the weapon used by the killers to sell was nearby.
At the same time they identified, the culprit may be a man wearing a black jacket, blue jeans ride the dark terrain off the scene on the case occurred.

The police also reviewed the CCTV footage and tried to chain the evidence.
Meanwhile, Charity Crimestoppers, an independent UK-based organization that allows people to provide anonymous information about the activities of criminal gangs, has issued a £ 10,000 prize for anyone to find out about the gang. killing 13-year-old girl.


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