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Chris Henley QC and Alphege Bell represent only defendant not convicted of the random murder of M&S worker

26/08/2021

Chris Henley QC and Alphege Bell represented Christian Medina, the only defendant not to be convicted of the murder of Anthony Adekola, a random attack on a young man walking home from his shift at Marks & Spencer. The 7 week trial concluded at the Central Criminal Court this week.  Chris and Alphege were instructed by Ben Darabi.

You can read more about this case in the following article:-

BBC News

Chris Henley QC and Alphege Bell represented Christian Medina, the only defendant not to be convicted of the murder of Anthony Adekola, a random attack on a young man walking home from his shift at Marks & Spencer. The 7 week trial concluded at the Central Criminal Court this week.  Chris and Alphege were instructed by Ben Darabi.

You can read more about this case in the following article:-

BBC News

Daily Mail

26/08/2021

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