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SLP2001042305- 23 APRIL 2001- ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, USA: Tranda Wecker, mother of the two baby girls sold on the internet, walks into the St. Louis Civil Courts Building with friend Michael Thompson, prior to a custody hearing, in St. Louis, Missouri, April 23, 2001. bg/Bill Greenblatt UPI
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Sir Michael Warwick Thompson (born June 1931) is a British academic, who served as Vice-Chancellor of the Universities of East Anglia and Birmingham.

He was educated at the University of Liverpool where he graduated with a first in physics. He was a D.Sc in physics in 1963 from the University of Liverpool. He was appointed Professor of Experimental Physics at the University of Sussex in 1965, and remained at Sussex for a further 15 years during which time he served as Pro-Vice-Chancellor and acting Vice-Chancellor of the University. In 1980 he was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of East Anglia, and remained in the post until 1987 when he was appointed Vice-Chancellor of the University of Birmingham, retiring in 1996. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, and was knighted in 1991.

His son Paul Warwick Thompson is currently rector of the Royal College of Art.

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