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UK News Man appears in court charged with murder of woman 35 years ago

23:52  05 december  2019
23:52  05 december  2019 Source:   scotsman.com

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A man extradited from India to face 18 charges including the murder of a woman in north London a decade ago has appeared in court . The body of 35 - year -old Ms Samaraweera was discovered in a small park and play area in the early hours of May 30 that year.

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a 43- year -old man in Glasgow. Andrew Linton was found with serious injuries at Lochend Road, in the Easterhouse area of the city, at about 16:45 on Tuesday. Mr Linton, of Easterhouse, was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary where he died a

A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a woman in Glasgow 35 years ago.

a store inside of a building © Provided by The Scotsman

Mary McLaughlin, 58, was last seen alive on 26 September 1984 when she left a bar in the Hyndland area of Glasgow after a night out.

Her body was found six days later in her home in Laurel Street in Partick.

Despite extensive inquiries at the time, no one was arrested or charged in connection with her death.

But yesterday, Graham McGill, from Glasgow, appeared in private at the city’s sheriff court charged with her murder.

The 58-year-old made no plea and was remanded in custody pending a further court appearance.

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A man charged with the murder of Hone Pawa has appeared in the Porirua District Court . Pawa, a 23- year -old father of three, died after he was stabbed on May 9, near Porirua's Te Rauparaha Park, and the 23- year -old man charged with his murder was arrested two days later.

Fifty-nine- year -old Osmond Bell from Handsworth in Birmingham spoke only to confirm his name and address at Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning. Bell has been remanded in custody and will appear at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday. A post mortem examination revealed the mother of

It comes after a new investigation was launched by detectives from Police Scotland’s Homicide Governance Review team.

Detective Chief Inspector Suzanne Chow said: “Undetected and unresolved homicides in Scotland are never closed and the families of victims are never forgotten.

“Our Homicide Governance Review team keep every undetected and unresolved case under review, and will continue to investigate any new information or lines of inquiry which come to light.

“The passage of time is no barrier to our investigations, and a re-investigation into Mrs McLaughlin’s murder

has now resulted in the arrest and charge of a man 35 years later.”

Mrs McLaughlin, a mother to six girls and five boys, was last seen leaving the Hyndland Bar and walking along Dumbarton Road towards the local chip shop, Armandos.

Two men charged over death of Kenny Reilly

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Witnesses said she was in a good mood that night and had been laughing and joking with staff.

Speaking two years ago, one of her daughters, Gina, described the pain of losing her mother.

She said: “It’s bad enough losing your mum at a young age. For her to be murdered makes it so much worse, and then to be denied any justice for all these years means you never find closure.

“I’ve never forgotten my mum and I often thought the police didn’t care as time went by, though I understood they had to give priority to fresh cases.

“But I feel there is real hope that we might get a positive result at last.”

The same year, her son, Martin, said: “I’ll never get over her death. I still have trouble sleeping – something like that has a very big impact on your life.”

Fourth man in court charged with murder over Glasgow shooting at traffic lights .
A fourth man has appeared in court charged with murder over the alleged shooting of a man who was sitting in his car at traffic lights in Glasgow. © Provided by The Scotsman Kenny Reilly was in the passenger seat of a silver BMW in the city's north on 16 April last year when the incident took place.The 29-year-old was taken to Glasgow Royal Infirmary, but died two days later after being taken off life support.READ MORE: Fundraising page set up for hero who tackled London Bridge terroristJohn Kennedy was charged with Mr Reilly's murder and attempting to defeat the ends of justice.

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