Boy accused of stabbing Afghan refugee, 18, to death denies murder

Ragazzo, 16, accused of stabbing 18-year-old Afghan refugee to death during a fight on a footbridge in London denies murder as he appears in court

  • A 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing an 18-year-old has denied murder today
  • L'adolescente, chi non può essere nominato, appeared at the Old Bailey via videolink
  • Appearing from Feltham Young OffendersInstitution, he spoke to confirm his name and deny murder
  • Hazrat Wali, 18, died on October 12, 2021, after being taken to hospital
  • A 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing an Afghan refugee to death has denied murder today as he appeared in court.

    L'adolescente, chi non può essere nominato, allegedly knifed Hazrat Wali, 18, during a fight on a footbridge in Twickenham, ovest Londra, at around 4.45pm on October 12 l'anno scorso.

    The youth appeared at the Old Bailey via video link from Feltham Young Offenders’ Institution to confirm his name and deny murder.

    Mr Wali, a student at Richmond upon Thames College, collapsed on the busy playing field close to his college.

    A 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing an Afghan refugee Hazrat Wali, 18, (nella foto) to death has denied murder today as he appeared in court

    A 16-year-old boy accused of stabbing an Afghan refugee Hazrat Wali, 18, (nella foto) to death has denied murder today as he appeared in court

    He was taken to hospital but died from his injuries.

    The promising cricketer, da Notting Hill, came to the UK two years ago.

    The alleged killer, from west London, denied murder.

    A trial date is yet to be set.

    Mr Wali, a student at Richmond upon Thames College, collapsed on the busy playing field close to his college on October 12 l'anno scorso

    Mr Wali, a student at Richmond upon Thames College, collapsed on the busy playing field close to his college on October 12 l'anno scorso

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