Teenagers charged with gay barman's murder
Josie Clarke | November 08, 2004
LONDON — Police charged three teenagers with the murder of gay barman David Morley.
The three are Barry Lee, 19, a market trader from Kennington, and two other 16-year-old boys.
Police charged all three with the murder of David Morley, attempted grievous bodily harm of two other victims, robbery, violent disorder and conspiracy to commit robbery.
The charges relate to attacks against Mr Morley and a number of other victims near the Royal Festival Hall on London�s South Bank shortly after 3am last Saturday.
All three will appear at Camberwell Magistrates Court on November 8.
Four other suspects have been bailed to return to separate south London police stations.
Mr Morley, of Chiswick, west London, suffered 40 bruises, a ruptured spleen, fractured ribs. – PA News
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