Daniel Smith murder trial delayed until next month
Queen’s Park electrician was gunned down outside KFC in Paddington in May 2010
The trial of four men charged in connection with the murder of a Queen’s Park electrician has been postponed.
Daniel Smith died after he was shot outside KFC in Harrow Road, Paddington, in May 22, 2010.
The 22-year-old is a former pupil of Newman Catholic College (formerly known as Cardinal Hinsley School) in Harlesden Road, Harlesden.
Shane Lewis, of Fairlight Avenue, Harlesden, Kervin Kavuala, of Granville Road, South Kilburn, and Zeleke Ford from Watford, are charged with Mr Smith’s murder.
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Jonathan Yeboah, 23, from Brent, is accused of attempting to procure a firearm which was capable of assisting in the murder.
The trial was due to take place at the Old Bailey on Monday but has been rescheduled until June 6.
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