Thomas Cudjoe murder trial: Jury to enter sixth day of deliberations into Ilford killing
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The jury in the murder trial of Thomas Cudjoe – who was stabbed to death in Ilford – are nearing a week of deliberations.
They retired to consider their verdict on Friday last week, and will return to the Old Bailey this morning for a sixth day considering a verdict in the case.
Thomas Cudjoe, 29, died on the forecourt of the Shell petrol station, Ley Street, Ilford.
He received 14 stab and slash wounds before keeling over on the pavement on November 3.
Jerome Green, 23, of Ashgrove Road, Seven Kings; Reece Garwood, 21, of Overton Drive, Chadwell Heath; Courtney Mitchell, 23, of Clandon Road, Seven Kings; Asher Johnson, 25 and his brother Lewis, 22, both of Bellamy Close, Isle of Dogs, all deny murder.
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