Jury out in Marcus Innocent murder trial over fatal shooting in Woolwich

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THE jury is out in the trial of nine men accused of murdering Marcus Innocent who was shot dead in Woolwich last year.

The 35-year-old, who lived in Kingsman Street and was a student at Woolwich College, was gunned down in Lord Warwick Street by a posse of up to 20 men on November 19 at around 6.20pm.

Nine defendants are all charged with his murder as well as possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life and conspiring to cause grievous bodily harm with intent.

An Old Bailey jury retired to consider its verdict on December 4.

The accused are Daniel Burgess, aged 33, of Lansdowne Lane, Charlton and Perry Lee Sutton, aged 25, of Green Street Green Road, Dartford, who has also been charged with possession of a pump-action shotgun and possession of ammunition without a certificate.

Also on trial are Richard Brennan, aged 29, of Elmdene Road, Plumstead, and his brothers Jack Brennan, 21, and Patrick Brennan, 23, of Appleton Road, Kidbrooke.

Raffael Scialo, aged 24, of Eastbrook Road, Charlton, 20-year-old John Kiddle, of Merifield Road, Kidbrooke; Keli-Ray Birch, aged 20, of Maple Tree Place, Corelli Road, Shooters Hill and Jordan John-McKenna, aged 20, of Glenluce Road, Blackheath, are also charged with the murder.


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