Lee Irving murder trial: Court told Lee was given tablets to 'knock him out'

Lee Irving murder trial: Court told Lee was given tablets to 'knock him out'
 

A murder trial witness has told how he saw vulnerable Lee Irving being given tablets to “knock him out”.
Prosecutors claim the 24-year-old was subjected to a “truly shocking” campaign of violence while staying at a house in Kenton, Newcastle .
James Wheatley and Barry Imray are accused of murdering Lee, while Julie Mills and Nicole Lawrence are alleged to have caused or allowed his death and sought to cover it up.
Michael Pearson, a neighbour who would visit the home on Studdon Walk to fix computer equipment, told jurors he formed the view Mills was the “dominant” figure in the household.... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 43
Source: Sunday Sun
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