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What’s on at the Old Bailey, August 28

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CASES AT THE OLD BAILEY ON Wednesday

(Court running at reduced level due to summer recess)

Court 8 at 9.45am trial continues of Daniel Grogan and eight others accused of murder. Jay Sewell,18, was allegedly stabbed to death by Grogan and members of his family after he started seeing Grogan’s ex- girlfriend.

Court 10 at 10am trial continues of Bienvenu Vangu accused of attempted murder. He pulled out a gun and shot a 16 year old after the teenager pulled a knife on him during an argument on a tube train.

Court 12 at 2pm Sentence of Neil Allen and two others accused of manslaughter after they burst into a third floor flat and Sheiku Adams, 48, fled in terror and jumped out of the window to his death.

Court 13 at 10.15am trial continues of Chibuzo Ukonu,18 and a 17 year old, who cannot be named because of his young age, accused of murder. Glendon Spence, 23, was killed after two teenagers knifed him at Marcus Lipton Youth Centre in Brixton, South London on Thursday, February 21.

Court 14 Not sitting trial of Charles Riddington accused of murder. Kick boxer George Barker,24, was fatally stabbed at the Double K Gym in Bexley, south east London on November 14, 2016

Court 16 at 10am Jury deliberating in the trial of Adham El-Shalakany and others accused of violent disorder following a fight which left one man dead and five others wounded . Bouncer Tudor Siminoiv,33, was stabbed to death while on the door of an exclusive New Year’s Eve party in London’s Park Lane.`

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