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CASES OF INTEREST AT THE OLD BAILEY ON FRIDAY

Court 1 at 10am Directions in the case of Fatah Mohammed Abdullah, 33, who was arrested in December last year after he allegedly bought “explosive pre-cursors” online. He is accused of terrorist offences.

Court 2 at 10am trial continues of Michael Weir accused of the murder of 73-year-old Leonard Harris, on 16 June 1998, and also killing 83-year-old Rose Seferian on 9 April 1998. Both victims were beaten to death during burglaries.

Court 4 at 10am Plea and trial preparation in the case of  Vincent GWynn and others accused of murder. Martial arts star Amrou Greenidge, 18, was riding his bike through Fulham, south-west London, on Sunday when he was hit by a car before being attacked while on the ground.

Court 5 at 10am trial continues of Mohammed Ahad and another accused of the dissemination of terrorist publications

Court 6 Not sitting trial of Romford, East London doctor Manish Shah, who allegedly groped 25 women at his Romford, east London surgery between 2009 and 2013.

Court 7 at 10am trial continues of Hamza Ul-Haq accused of murder. Joseph Williams-Torres,20, was shot dead while sitting in a stationary car in Walthamstow, London NE. It is alleged the victim  was involved in a drugs turf war.

Court 9 at 10am trial continuyes of Tyrell Graham and others accused of stabbing to death Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck,19, in a hair salon. It was allegedly a gangland murder described as being “reminiscent of a Hollywood film”.

Court 10 at 10am trial of Chief superintendent Novlett Robyn Williams, 54, who helped Grenfell fire victims. She is accused of possessing an indecent video image of a five year old child. It was allegedly shared in a group WhatsApp message by her sister, Jennifer Hodge, 55 and brother-in-law, Dido Massivi, 61, who also face trial.

Court 11 at 10am trial continues of Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo, 51, who is accused of murdering his estranged wife.  Armed with two crossbows, the defendant is alleged to have shot his pregnant wife Devi, 35, as she tried to get away from him on 12 November 2018,

Court 12 at 10am trial continues of Samuel Jolumi and three other Africans, who are alleged stowaways accused of threatening to kill sailors and attempting to hijack a cargo ship.

Court 13 at 10.30am trial continues of Romaine Williams-Reid others accused of murder. Schoolboy, Tashaun Aird, 15, was stabbed to death in Stoke Newington, North London

Court 14 at  9.45am Asset confiscation hearing continues in the case of Michael Richard and two others, who were convicted of a £100m tax fraud. Investors believed they would receive significant tax benefits through the “green” investment scheme, which involved the reforestation of large areas of land in Brazil and China.

Court 14 at 12 noon Sentence of Aiden James, who trained to fight against Islamic State and was found guilty of terror offences, in the first conviction of its kind in the country. The jury has asked the judge to show clemency

Court 15 at 10am trial of Kevin Lusala and four others including a 16 year old girl accused of the murder of Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez,22, who was stabbed to death.

Court 16 at 9.45am trial continues of Roger Jenkins and two other senior Barclays Bank executives accused of fraud. They allegedly lied to secure billions of pounds from Qatari investors and averted a taxpayer-funded bailout during the global financial crisis.

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