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Jarman

Derek. 1942--94, British film director and writer; his films include Jubilee (1977), Caravaggio (1986), and Wittgenstein (1993)
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Forber and Jarman also admitted a charge of transferring criminal property, which saw her move the cash from the sale of the devices using various bank accounts between the same dates as the other charge.
'When you look at the evidence, it becomes less and less likely that the islanders caused their own demise,' says Jarman. "There's no real evidence of a population decline prior to the first European contact in the early 1700s, before that it seems they lived sustainably.'
Jarman, 41, from Garden City in Rhymney - who prosecutors say was a driver for the group - pleaded guilty to conspiring to supply cocaine and cannabis.
Seamus Harahan, who is based in Belfast, won the PS10,000 film prize which commemorates director and artist Derek Jarman who died in 1994.
On the morning of December 22, 1986, Derek Jarman was diagnosed as HIV-positive.
"I felt an incredible responsibility to make sure that it is as go-for-broke as his work is," says Svich, speaking of Jarman. "I felt that was the bar that was being set."
MURDERER Graeme Jarman has penned a letter from behind bars apparently boasting his high security prison isn't "tough on prisoners".
Michael Charlesworth Derek Jarman Reaktion Books (Critical Lives).
Graeme Jarman, inset, was jailed for life in July for bludgeoning a pensioner to death with a hammer at her home in Hexham, Northumberland.