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01:48 | 13th December 2017

News: UK

Wed 19 May, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Joel Alexander, 19, Ruby Thomas and Rachel Burke, both 18, have all pled not guilty to the charge of Ian Baynham.

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The Jury who have heard both arguments over the homophobic attack on Ian Baynham, have now left the court to deliberate their verdict on those accused.

Joel Alexander, 19, Ruby Thomas and Rachel Burke, both 18, have all pled not guilty to the charge of Ian Baynham.

Baynham, 62, was attacked in Trafalgar Square in September of last year after walking through central London with a male friend. The openly gay man was the victim of homophobic slurs by the three youths and was later punched and kicked.

He died in the hospital 18 days later.

 

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