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Tour guide Andrew Hall was commended for his bravery at the Old Bailey today as the pair were sentenced by Judge Paul Worsley QC.Jolie, who was known on the music scene as 'Maniac', was jailed for 14 years today after admitting conspiracy to murder.' Detective Inspector Helen Williams said outside court: 'It is difficult to comprehend the casual way in which Ogundele and Jolie callously plotted to kill the victim - all because they didn't want Jolie's aspirations of fame to be affected.'If it was not for Mr Hall this would have been a murder inquiry.

Jolie had been in a relationship with the victim, from Lewisham, south east London, until August last year but they split up after she discovered she was pregnant.

He had tried to persuade her to have an abortion and told her that if his mother found out she would stop paying for his tuition fees but she decided to keep the baby.

Jolie asked her to go to Angel tube and follow directions provided by Ogundele, a former pupil at St Aloysius College in Islington.

She told the court it was 'weird' that Jolie wanted to meet her as he had previously rejected her and the baby but added: 'I wanted my child to know his father.' The girl left school and spent almost two hours wandering the streets of Islington on her way to Packington Street where she passed a canal bridge.'I thought to myself "What am I doing, he should really be meeting me, I'm six months pregnant and it's freezing",' she said.'It did seem a bit wrong that I was going all this way.' Ogundele launched his attack after walking past and glaring at her.

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She told the court: 'The boy started running after me. 'When he got to me he just smacked me over the head with a metal pole and didn't say anything.'He was continuously smacking me to the right side of my head. I think he was pushing my head down.' The girl, who later gave birth to a healthy baby boy, told police: 'I thought I was going to die.

He just carried on hitting me.'I was screaming and I looked at him once and I have got an image in my head that he was smiling.'I don't know if he kicked me or pushed me in to the water. I could feel myself giving up.' Jolie, of Tower Hamlets, east London, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to murder.

The pair drew up a 10-point plan for the murder which was later found by detectives on Ogundele's computer.

They later arranged the attack for December 12 after the girl called Jolie to says he had just had her 24-week scan.

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