Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Murder trial: Punch killed Suffolk man


A SUFFOLK man died from serious head injuries after he was knocked unconscious by a single punch in a fight outside a King's Lynn takeaway following a row over a pizza, a court heard. Taxi driver Christopher Noble punched Bradley Baker, of Sizewell, near Leiston, after the two men confronted each other in an alleyway off Norfolk Street, Norwich Crown Court heard. Mr Baker, who had been working as a subcontractor on the Marks & Spencer store in the town, was knocked unconscious and fell to the floor striking his head. Christopher Morgan, prosecuting, said Mr Baker, 31, suffered a severe head injury and despite being treated by paramedics at the scene. He was taken to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital he never regained consciousness and died later that day. Noble, 26, of Hall Lane, South Wootton, has denied manslaughter on May 6

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