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When Steven Bett’s leyland trees were plucked down in middle of at night, from a secret attacker, a rich landowner went to great length to restore some privacy.

Such was former Norfolk Police and crime the desire of the commissioner not to see how his neighbors “fry kebabs and wash clothes.” out that he erected a row of hay bales 8 feet high and 60 feet long. Nonetheless new wall of Haye called statements from his neighbor that Bette was motivated more to “malice” than his love of loneliness.

John Turner, 50 who life with his mother Maxine, 78 years old, in her bungalow, said, “Looks like like he accuses me for cutting down its leylandii because i one of the youngest people here – but

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