Accused killers were ‘in wrong place at wrong time’


Two men accused of a ‘savage, gratuitous and pointless murder’ were in the wrong place at the wrong time, a court heard. Aymen Mansouri, Mohamed Dafallah, both 18, and Fernando Pope, 21, allegedly murdered Cheyon Evans, 18, on the Aboyne Estate in Wandsworth, southwest London, on 14 June. The painting and decorating student at Lambeth College was knifed in the heart after Mansouri and Dafallah arrived on mopeds, the Old Bailey has heard. But Kerim Fuad, QC, defending Mansouri, said…

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