Charged with murder 13 years later

A retired oil engineer convicted of stabbing a man in a row outside a Shell garage in 2003 has denied murder after the victim died 13 years later. Alexander Lloyd, 23, was left with irreversible brain damage and paralysis after the incident on 4 September 2003 on a petrol station forecourt in Hills Road, Cambridge and died in 2017. The trainee surveyor was stabbed seven times, including once through the heart. He spent several months on a life support machine…

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