A computer "whiz kid" from Wednesbury who broke into the website of Britain's biggest abortion provider has been jailed for two years and eight months.
A court heard how James Jeffery targeted BPAS because he "disagreed" with the decisions of two women he knew to terminate their pregnancies.
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