South Shields pub murder trial: Victim had just one 'tiny' external injury, court told

South Shields pub murder trial: Victim had just one 'tiny' external injury, court told
 

Alleged murder victim Ronnie Howard had just one “tiny” visible bruise on his thumb, a court has heard.
The dad-of-two was in The Prince Edward pub, on Prince Edward Road, South Shields, when he was punched and kicked and knocked to the floor by Michael Wilson on May 4 this year.
The 31-year-old died within minutes, if not seconds, after the attack, from which he suffered a traumatic subarachnoid haemorrhage - bleeding on the brain caused by a rupture of an artery.
Wilson, 35, of Hylton Avenue, South Shields, pleaded guilty to manslaughter by admitting that he assaulted Mr Howard but denied... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 41
Source: Sunday Sun
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