Trial of Cricklewood transsexual accused of murdering cross-dressing laywer due to start today

Renowned solicitor died after falling in front of a Tube train

A Cricklewood transsexual is due to appear at the Old Bailey today (Monday) to stand trial for the murder of a cross-dressing lawyer.

Nina Kanagasingham, 35, of Chichele Road, is accused of pushing David Burgess in front of a Tube train at King’s Cross Station on October 25 last year.

The 63-year-old, who was known as Sonia, was a renowned solicitor who specialised in immigration law.

Kanagasingham, who was undergoing sex change therapy at the time, denies murder.

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