They will be guided by psychiatric opinion on your condition.'Dr Philip Joseph, who is arguably the country's most experienced consultant forensic psychiatrist in cases of this kind, expresses the opinion that you suffer from an emotionally unstable and dissocial psychopathic personality disorder with the result that the risk you pose to women is likely to remain significant for the foreseeable future.''You lied to her about being a lawyer with you own firm when the reality was that you had recently been made the subject of a suspended sentence of imprisonment of Bristol crown court for making death threats to women which you communicated to a community nurse involved in caring for your mental health.' Prosecutor Ann Evans told the court: 'The tragedy of this case is that Katie Locke, like thousands of other young people, having agreed to a date with Carl Langdell, accepted what he told her about himself.'Mrs Evans told the court that Langdell had previously been diagnosed with emotionally unstable personality disorder and had been discharged from a psychiatric unit just two months before he killed Katie.'On the 24th of December we were cruelly robbed of a precious daughter, sister, niece, grand-daughter, cousin and auntie.Katie was a beautiful person, both inside and out, completely irreplaceable and for us, as a family, life will never, ever be the same again.'Katie's loss has robbed so many people, the friends who loved her, the workmates who relied upon her, the children she taught and those she would have gone on to teach in what promised to be a successful career.Jailing Langdell at St Albans Crown Court today, Judge Andrew Bright told him: 'I am firmly of the view that you pose a very great danger to women and young girls with whom you come into contact with in the future.The judge continued: 'Once you have served the minimum term I have set, it will be for others to decide when, if ever, it will be safe for you to be released.It's a short walk through downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, but somehow the trek feels arduous. Frind's online dating company, Plenty of Fish, is newly located on the 26th floor of a downtown skyscraper with a revolving restaurant on the roof.The gleaming space could easily house 30 employees, but as Frind strides in, it is eerily quiet -- just a room with new carpets, freshly painted walls, and eight flat-screen computer monitors.
These cities tend to have a larger pool of available singles from which to choose.
Then, six minutes 38 seconds after beginning his workday, Frind closes his Web browser and announces, "All done." All done? Frind would log on at night, spend a minute or two making sure there were no serious error messages, and then go back to sipping expensive wine.
Markus Frind is pale, bespectacled and six feet tall, a regular dude who has the desire to do the least possible work for the best possible outcome.
Frind drops his bag and plops himself down in front of one of them. There's a 0,000 order waiting for his signature.
It's from Video Egg, a San Francisco company that is paying Frind to run a series of Budweiser commercials in Canada. with more than that." Five years ago, he started Plenty of Fish with no money, no plan, and scant knowledge of how to build a Web business. Its traffic is four times that of dating pioneer Match, which has annual revenue of 0 million and a staff that numbers in the hundreds. Today, he employs just three customer service workers, who check for spam and delete nude images from the Plenty of Fish website while Frind handles everything else.