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5 in court over teenager's murder

CHRISTOPHER ALANEME: suffered fatal stab wounds
CHRISTOPHER ALANEME: suffered fatal stab wounds

FIVE men accused of the murder of Kent teenager Christopher Alaneme appeared at Maidstone Crown Court today via TV link from London's top security Belmarsh Prison.

Gerry Duhig, 27, his brother Sean Duhig, 23, both plasterers, of Melbury Drive, Camberwell, South East London, Peter Connolly, 29, a painter and decorator, of Carisbrooke Gardens, Peckham, South East London, Andrew Giblin, 26, a bank worker, of Commercial Way, Peckham, and Terence Beaney, 23, a plasterer, of Rideout Street, Woolwich, South East London, are alleged to have killed the 18-year-old in Sheerness on April 21.

Mr Alaneme, who lived in the Blue Town area of Sheerness, suffered fatal stab wounds near McDonald's in the high street just before midnight.

The five men were remanded in custody and will return to court on November 27 when they are expected to enter pleas to the charge.

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