'Stabbed, killed and left in the street': Prosecutor urges jury to convict Ronnie Coulter

'Stabbed, killed and left in the street': Prosecutor urges jury to convict Ronnie Coulter
 

A PROSECUTOR yesterday urged a jury to convict Ronnie Coulter of the murder of restaurant worker Surjit Singh Chhokar nearly 18 years ago.
Coulter, 48, from Wishaw, denies murdering Surjit Singh Chhokar - known by everyone as Chhokar - in Garrion Street, Overtown, North Lanarkshire on November 4, 1998 by stabbing him.
In his closing speech to the jury in the High Court in Glasgow advocate depute Alex Prentice QC said: “On November 4, 1998 Surjit Singh Chhokar made his way home from his work with a bottle of juice and a takeaway meal, doubtless looking forward to a pleasant evening.
“He was... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: Daily Record
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