13 Facts About Glenn Mulcaire

1.

Glenn Michael Mulcaire was born on 8 September 1970 and is an English private investigator and former non-league footballer.

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2.

Glenn Mulcaire previously played for Fulham youth team, Dorking, Egham Town and Harrow Borough.

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3.

Glenn Mulcaire became the first man to score a goal for AFC Wimbledon when playing against Bromley in July 2002.

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4.

Glenn Mulcaire played in several pre-season friendlies and for the newly formed AFC Wimbledon scoring twice.

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5.

Glenn Mulcaire applied for a position with a branch of the special forces, hoping to progress to Defence Intelligence, but was rejected as being too young.

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6.

Glenn Mulcaire then began work tracking individuals for private commercial intelligence assessment.

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7.

Glenn Mulcaire then went on to work in 2010 for Lord Stevens' security and intelligence company 'Quest' as a senior investigator.

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8.

In January 2007, Glenn Mulcaire was found guilty of illegally intercepting phone messages from Clarence House and imprisoned for six months after pleading guilty; his co-conspirator News of the World royal editor Clive Goodman was sentenced to four months.

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9.

Glenn Mulcaire publicly apologised to those affected by his activities.

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10.

Glenn Mulcaire pleaded guilty and on 4 July 2014, was sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for 12 months and ordered to undertake 200 hours unpaid work for the community.

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11.

Glenn Mulcaire has been married to Alison for over 20 years and has five children.

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12.

Glenn Mulcaire's grandfather served in the Irish Guards and was employed by the War Office.

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13.

Glenn Mulcaire was born to a mother from the north-east of England and an Irish father, and raised in World's End, Chelsea.

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