Tudor Simionov killing: Brent men ‘part of group jointly responsible for bouncer’s death’, court hears
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Two Brent men were part of a group who encouraged each other during the New Year’s Day killing of a Mayfair bouncer, the Old Bailey heard.
The men - Adam Khalil, 20, of Kingsbury, and Wembley man Nor Hamada, 23 - are on trial at the Old Bailey for Tudor Simionov's murder outside a party.
The third defendant is Haroon Akram, 26, of no fixed abode.
But the man alleged to have inflicted the fatal wound - Ossama Hamed, 25 - is thought to have fled the country. the court heard. Prosecutor Philip Evans QC said that at about 5.30am on January 1, a group of men, including some of the defendants, tried to get in and were refused entry.
Mr Evans said: "As a result, a violent confrontation ensued between these males and the door staff."
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The prosecutor said the trio were jointly responsible with Hamed for the murder of Mr Simionov, and wounding five others.
The trial continues.
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