Stephen Maguire. Land: Schottland. Alter: 39 Jahre. Geburtsdatum: 13 März Größe: m. Gewicht: 83 kg. News; Info. European Masters: Bingyu glänzt. Stephen Maguire ist ein schottischer Snookerspieler. Stephen Maguire (* März in Glasgow) ist ein schottischer Snookerspieler. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Karriere. –; –; –.
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Smith said the boys pointed out the house on Guildford Road, Corson parked it up and they got out, with Moogan staying in the car. He said Corson climbed a wall and opened the gate for him.
He said the pair and Higgins looked in a shed but could not find bikes. Smith said he did not go into the house, did not see who did, and did not go into the house himself.
He said he pulled a bike and took it away. He denied having a gun or being aware anyone had a gun. He says he and Corson were in the garden along with the two alleged kidnap victims and, he thought, Higgins.
He admitted taking the red bike from the house, he said by grabbing it but not entering the property. He said he did not know who had taken the green bike or KTM from the house.
He did not know if Higgins stayed at the gate to look after the bikes, rather than enter the garden. Smith said Higgins were in the car because he had bought weed from him, and Moogan was also in the car because he had sought weed from Higgins.
In Southport, Smith said he and Corson dropped drugs off and were looking for punters to give their number too. They followed it and the moped crashed but, Smith said, the Mercedes did not make contact with it.
He said there were no threats and he asked whether the boy and his mate wanted to work for him and Corson.
Smith said he made no reference to anyone being a grass, had no gun and had not threatened anyone. He said he did not know Moogan and Higgins was not linked to his Southport activity, but that he bought cannabis from Higgins.
The judge now refers to the police chase of the Vauxhall Astra after it failed to stop on Long Lane and the arrest of Smith that followed.
Judge Aubrey takes the jury through the timeline of events provided to the jury before recalling the evidence of a worker in the Texaco garage the alleged kidnap victims attended after they had been on Guildford Road.
He says the prosecution say there were arrangements for it to be ditched, with other incriminating items.
He says the defence say it was parked because it was running out of petrol and they were unaware of any incriminating items.
Craig Middleton, who was also at the home, recalled Mr Maguire jumping up at the sound of the noise outside. The defendants all deny mentioning that name.
Two friends also rushed to the home after Mr Maguire rang one of them saying there were men in the garden with a gun. A neighbour recalled hearing two gunshots and said he believed someone in the garden had fired through a door.
She stood up and saw a lad in a tracksuit coming through the gate and she ran upstairs. She said something came through the window - the judge says this was the car battery.
She said there were three, the nearest had the gun at the window. She said she did not see a gun but Mr Maguire said one of the men had one.
She ran upstairs, heard shouting, fighting and bikes being dragged. She heard glass smash but did not hear a gunshot. The boy said that when he heard Mr Maguire had been killed he felt as though he was to blame for pointing out the house, though said he only did so when the Mercedes was already on Guildford Road and because the men had a gun.
He said he only got in the Mercedes because the men had a gun and denied suggestions that he willingly helped them. He said he did not get out of the car at Guildford Road, though defence counsel questioned him over whether he did or not, and whether he went into the garden.
In relation to the moped crash before that, Judge Aubrey refers to the evidence of a man who lived close to the alleged kidnap scene.
The judge talks about the different information the alleged kidnap victim gave across different interviews with the police, and his explanation that he did not initially want to get involved and feared what would happen if he did.
It was said the boy fell out with Mr Maguire in August and the boy did not tell the police about this. Judge Aubrey welcomes the jury back into the courtroom and turns back to the evidence of one of the alleged kidnap victims.
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