Accused killer may be suffering from dementia

A retired oil engineer who stabbed a man in a row outside a Shell garage in 2003 and was charged with murder after the victim died 13 years later may be suffering from dementia. 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…

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