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Triple murder bid charges

PUBLISHED: 15:57 23 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:59 12 August 2010

TWO men accused of accused of a triple murder bid outside a south London nightclub appeared at the Old Bailey last Thursday.  Lemuel Blackman, 26, of Livingstone Road, Gillingham and Marcus Hewitt-McKenzie, 21, Harper Road, Camberwell, opened fire at Coro

TWO men accused of accused of a triple murder bid outside a south London nightclub appeared at the Old Bailey last Thursday.

Lemuel Blackman, 26, of Livingstone Road, Gillingham and Marcus Hewitt-McKenzie, 21, Harper Road, Camberwell, opened fire at Coronet Night Club in New Kent Road, Elephant and Castle on May 5 last year, it is claimed. Vincent Slough, Simon York and Brian Oxford who are all in their 20s, suffered gunshot wounds and Mr York told police he was also robbed of a chain by the pair.

Blackman was arrested at a raid on a property in Penge Road, South Norwood, on January 9 this year. Both men are charged with three counts of attempted murder and one of robbery. They did not enter pleas to the charges and spoke only to answer to their names at the brief hearing. The trial continues.

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