Milroy


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Mil·roy

(mil'roy),
William F., U.S. physician, 1855-1942. See: Milroy disease.
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Jay O'Neill, 21, savagely attacked James Alford, 43, after he was tripped over and punched and kicked by O'Neill and his 17-year-old pal Scott Milroy. A witness later saw Milroy run off while O'Neill continued to kick his stricken victim on the ground.
Callous Kenneth Milroy had a violent past stretching back many years and has also had a string of wives.
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James Alford was attacked after he confronted Jay O'Neill and Scott Milroy in a lane in Paisley on May 28 this year.
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One expert who is studying the documents is leading forensic pathologist Professor Chris Milroy, from the University of Sheffield.