Cases of interest at the Old Bailey on Thursday
Court 2 at 10am trial continues of Jason Lindsay and Jake Copeland accused of racially abusing a woman during a parking row just days after the Brexit vote. They told Mary Larty she was a “black bitch” adding “you are the type of person we don’t like in this country.”
Court 2 at 2pm Mention in the case of Jonathan Lennie, accused of using a credit card stolen from Millwall Football club to buy thousands of pounds worth of bodyshop products
Court 3 at 10am Mention in the case of former European Bank for Reconstruction and Development banker Andrey Ryjenko was charged with accepting bribes and laundering more than $3 million. Ryjenko is accused, along with former Standard Bank Plc employee Tatjana Sanderson, of taking bribes to show favor to a company called Chestnut Consulting Inc. between September 2007 and March 2010.
Court 4 at 9.30am Mention in the case of Baranga Gulbudak,21, accused of stabbing to death his 48 year old father
Court 5 at 10am Pre-trial review continues of Naweed Ali, Tahir Aziz and two others accused of plotting a terror attack. Police found guns and a knife in a car allegedly linked to them.
Court 8 at 10am trial continues of Femi Celia and three others accused of murdering Andre Adedemi,19, last August. The victim was hacked to death with a sword.
Court 9 at 10am New trial of Grant and Lee Carpenter accused of the murder of 26 year old Russell Brown, who was stabbed to death in East London.
Court 10 at 10am Trial continues of Mohammed Miah and Rebeka Nazmin accused of murdering their three month old baby boy. The tot suffered 46 fractures and a broken back allegedly because he had a deformed hand.
Court 11 at 10am Trial continues of Mubashir Jamil accused of plotting to run away to Syria to join Islamic State. He claims he planned to join ISIS to exorcise “the evil spirits that plagued him.”
Court 13 at 10am trial continues of Elizabeth Hart-Browne, a jewellery designer and mother two, who is accused of murdering her partner Stephen Rayner,25. The victim was stabbed in the neck at the West London home they shared. She allegedly told police after her arrest; “I have just killed the man I love.”
Court 16 at 10am trial continues of Steve Rogers and three others, who worked for a construction company, accused of manslaughter. Lawyer Amanda Telfer,44, was killed after a wooden frame propped against a wall at a Mayfair building site, fell on her.