JAGG


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JAGGJoint Air & Ground Glove (pocket where all services work together during a Joint Air & Ground Opersations)
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In the social media space, the lack of a formal policy increases the risk of uncontrollable activity," Jaggs said, "therefore to support risk management, employers should have a contingency plan, which includes insurance, in their social media policies in case things go wrong.
Yesterday schizophrenic Jaggs, whose father worked with Lucy's dad at Harrow public school, admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.
By contrast, Jaggs was "weak-willed, emotionally immature, morally vacant and criminally inclined".
Jaggs is set to appear before Harrow magistrates today.
Jaggs, an Oxford undergraduate, was taken to hospital after the incident with life-threatening injuries after apparently stabbing himself.
As her parents spoke of their grief it also emerged that just weeks before, Jason and Julienne had warned Jaggs to stay away from Lucy because he had become obsessed with her.
The family spoke out as police waited to question William Jaggs, 22, suspected of stabbing Lucy at her home near pounds 24,825-a-year Harrow School in north-west London, where her father is art director
It is believed Lucy, whose father is Harrow art director, and Jaggs, son of a design teacher, knew each other but they were never in a relationship.
Scott Jaggs, Simon Rice, Colin Mooney, John Wenn, Richard Carr, Karl Robinson, Mark Ridley, Gary Blythe and Peter Hammerberg, became known as the 'band of brothers' during their school days in North Shields.
William Jaggs, 23, was sent to Broadmoor special hospital indefinitely after admitting Lucy Braham's manslaughter.
The court heard Jaggs stabbed 25 year-old Miss Braham, pictured right, 66 times and tried to saw her body in half.