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Face of DJ on murder charge

AMATEUR DJ: Christopher Douglas-Seath
AMATEUR DJ: Christopher Douglas-Seath

THIS is the first picture of Christopher Douglas-Seath who is accused of murdering Jemma Loder, a 24-year-old Canterbury woman.

Douglas-Seath,a 33-year-old computer technician and amateur DJ, is alleged to have killed Jemma Lorder in a stabbing in Northgate, Canterbury, on December 18.

The photograph was taken as he deejayed in Maidstone less than a month before the incident and posted by him on the Co-hesion dance music website.

Douglas-Seath is also charged with the attempted murder of Sebastian Lee, 24, and Christopher Wintle, 25.

He appeared in court earlier this month and was remanded him in custody until March 9 when he is expected to enter pleas to the charges.

Douglas-Seath, of St Martin’s Court, Canterbury, deejayed at nightspots in Canterbury and Maidstone under the name Chris 9T and was due to launch his own record label and tracks.

Miss Loder died from stab wounds at Kent and Canterbury Hospital. She lived in Priest Avenue, Canterbury, with her parents Bob and Jan and worked for a charity helping people with learning difficulties.

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