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GREENWICH WINS BATTLE TO BAN DUNBLANE THREAT MAN

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The former soldier who allegedly threatened to 'do a Dunblane' gave an undertaking in the High Court yesterday not ...
The former soldier who allegedly threatened to 'do a Dunblane' gave an undertaking in the High Court yesterday not to approach schools or buy a firearm, the Times reports (p6).

The indefinite undertaking follows Greenwich LBC's application for a permanent injunction banning David Jennings from council buildings near his home in Abbey Wood, southeast London.

The council had won a temporary injunction last week, before his release from a 30-month jail sentence for affray.

The undertaking, made by mutual agreement, forbids Jennings from acquiring or carrying a firearm or other offensive weapon, visiting schools or council premises without prior agreement, going within 50 or 100 yards of some buildings, and assaulting or threatening staff, pupils or teachers. He can be jailed if he breaches the terms.
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