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Cornish Men Jailed Over Kidnap Ordeal
3:47pm 16th December 2011
Two Cornish men convicted over a horrifying six hour kidnap ordeal, are jailed.
A court has heard how Peter Lander was beaten at his home in Newquay last year, before being doused in petrol.
He was left with a broken jaw, nose and facial injuries.
27 year old local Ryan Jenkins and 42 year old Martin Newman who lived in the town at the time, dumped him on a roundabout near Indian Queens late at night.
They will serve seven and six years in prison respectively.
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