South Shields murder accused tells court: 'I never intended to kill Ronnie'

South Shields murder accused tells court: 'I never intended to kill Ronnie'
 

Murder accused Michael Wilson told a court he was “devastated” when he discovered a man he punched had died.
Michael Wilson has admitted the manslaughter of Ronnie Howard, 31, during a night out in South Shields but denies murder and is standing trial at Newcastle Crown Court.
Giving evidence, Wilson told jurors that “never for one second when I hit him did I expect to cause him serious injury”.
The 35-year-old married dad-of-three added: “I never intended to hurt Ronnie.
“I never intended to kill Ronnie.”
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10 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 35
Source: Sunday Sun
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