Alleged killer denies ‘cigarette row murder’


An alleged knifeman today (tues) denied stabbing a father to death in a row over cigarettes. Jahmel Riley, 24, allegedly pulled a huge hunting knife out and plunged it into Dennis Anderson’s neck outside an off licence in Lordship Lane, East Dulwich, southeast London, on 10 February. Mr Anderson, 39, had stopped off on his way for a party and got into a verbal spat with Riley, who had been pestering customers for a cigarette in the early hours of…

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