Lee Irving murder trial day 2: Court hears vulnerable victim 'died slowly' and 'in very severe pain'

Vulnerable Lee Irving ‘died slowly’ and was likely to have been ‘in very severe pain’ during a shocking campaign of violence, a court heard.
James Wheatley and Barry Imray are alleged to have murdered the 24-year-old former Percy Hedley pupil, who had learning difficulties, in at least two ‘merciless’ attacks.
Lee’s body was found close to the A1 near Fawdon and Kingston Park, Newcastle, after Imray took it there in a pushchair and dumped it.
Wheatley’s then-partner, Nicole Lawrence and his mother, Julie Mills, are accused of causing or allowing Lee’s death and helping to try to cover up... read more

6 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 51
Source: Sunday Sun

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