Jurors to visit scene of death
Jurors will today visit the McDonalds restaurant where a 21-year-old died following a fight with two men.Richard Moore died after the incident at the fast food chain in the Haymarket in Norwich on March 21.
Jurors will today visit the McDonalds restaurant where a 21-year-old died following a fight with two men.
Richard Moore died after the incident at the fast food chain in the Haymarket in Norwich on March 21.
Gerard Stonehouse, 48, and his son Jonathan, 18, both of Woodcock Road in the city, deny manslaughter and said they acted in self defence.
Yesterday afternoon, a trial at Norwich Crown Court heard video evidence of youngsters who witnessed the incident but who cannot be named for legal reasons.
Earlier, another witness Gillian Ashby, who was in the restaurant with her daughter, told the hearing that how she heard Mr Moore's girlfriend Jemma Todd, scream: “Get off him, leave him alone, I'm pregnant.”
Miss Todd, who was eight months pregnant at the time, previously told the court how she blamed herself for her boyfriend's death following the row which was sparked when she accused the younger Mr Stonehouse of staring at her.
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Mrs Ashby said she saw two men punching Mr Moore in the head. “He was slouching in his chair and then fell to the floor,” she added.
The trial continues.