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“Fix it” goes on trial for attempted murder

first_img…allegedly wounded man who refused to give him moneyQuincy Henry, also known as “Fix It”, on Wednesday denied that he wounded Troy Bacchus, called “Fletcher”, with the intent of murdering him on September 20, 2015, at Bourda, Georgetown. Henry also denied the alternative count, which stated that he tried to cause grievous bodily harm or to main, disfigure, disable or disarm Bacchus. The defendant entered pleas of not guilty on both counts at his first appearance at the High Court before Justice Brassington Reynolds. A 12-member mixed jury was empanelled to hear the case.Prosecutors Tiffani Lyken, Seeta Bishundial and Narissa Lander are appearing forAccused: Quincy Henrythe State. Meanwhile, the accused was not represented by legal counsel. Justice Reynolds however gave him until today to retain the services of an attorney ahead of the start of the trial.Based on reports surrounding the case, Henry who works as a handyman, had a habit of asking individuals for money. On the day in question, Bacchus refused to give the accused any money which reportedly led to an altercation between the two.During Wednesday’s court appearance, Henry seemed to have difficulty hearing as the Judge and the Court’s Registrar repeated statements several times while communicating with him. The accused was out on $50,000 bail prior to the empanelment, but he was remanded to prison for the duration of the case.last_img read more

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Fans in disbelief how bad West Ham star Wilshere was on Arsenal return

first_imgFirst time in years Wilshere has killed a dangerous attack and Arsenal have benefitted— Lewis (@LGAmbrose) August 25, 2018 1 Wilshere had three clear passes on there, each would have killed Arsenal, but instead dawdled and got tackled.— Muhammad Butt (@muhammadbutt) August 25, 2018 England’s most successful clubs of the past decade, according to trophies won REVEALED Latest Premier League news Jack Wilshere’s return to the Emirates for West Ham United was not quite the fairy-tale story he would have hoped for.After 17 years at Arsenal, new boss Unai Emery was convinced the England international no longer had the legs to run the Gunners midfield. huge blow Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Really think Obiang should be on over Wilshere— Robert (@robert261610) August 25, 2018 ALTERED possible standings Wilshere didn’t track Bellerin…— RG (@registability) August 25, 2018 Wilshere looked massively off the pace against his former side How the Premier League table could change after the Boxing Day fixtures smart causal Tottenham v Brighton LIVE: talkSPORT commentary and team news for Boxing Day opener Naturally, West Ham fans were sceptical of the former Gunner perhaps inadvertently helping the home side, and took to Twitter to voice their concerns. Scroll down to see the most scathing responses! Wilshere is completely finished— Akh (@RilwanLucas) August 25, 2018 Tottenham predicted XI to face Brighton with Mourinho expected to make big changes gameday Despite offers to play abroad, the 26-year-old chose to stay in the Premier League with West Ham United, his boyhood club.Although his return to north London would have surely been one of the first fixtures he looked for, it started out as a bit of a nightmare.With the game goalless, Wilshere had the chance to play in either Felipe Anderson or Marko Arnautovic – but dithered and was easily tackled.Then, with the Hammers a goal to the good away from home, he inexplicably failed to track the run of Hector Bellerin who provided the cross for Nacho Monreal to slam home the equaliser. Wilshere’s legs are gone 🤦‍♂️— 21 (@firstnat_) August 25, 2018 silverware Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REVEALED Wilshere not being able to keep pace with Guendouzi and dragging him down is nice symbolism or something— Lewis (@LGAmbrose) August 25, 2018 Every current Premier League club’s best kit from the past decade last_img read more