Another day at the office for pensioner accused of murder

A pensioner charged with raping and murdering a schoolgirl 47 years ago will stand trial remotely next week in an ‘office’ near his home. Dennis McGrory, 74, denies raping 15-year-old Jacqueline Montgomery and stabbing her to death in 1975. The 74-year-old is alleged to have carried out the attack at the victim’s Islington home between 31 May 1975 and the 3 June 1975, when he was 32. William Boyce, QC, defending, said the trial would begin in McGrory’s absence. ‘Mr…

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