Hoxton schoolgirl Agnes Sina-Inakoju murder trial set to begin
Two men accused of murder and two teenage boys up for firearms allegations.
TWO men accused of shooting dead a teenage schoolgirl in a Hoxton takeaway will stand trial on Monday.
Leon Dunkley, 22, of Lower Clapton, and Mohammed Smoured, 22, of London Fields, are both accused of murdering Agnes Sina-Inakoju.
The pair will appear for trial at the Old Bailey on Monday March 7 along with two 17-year-olds who cannot be named for legal reasons.
In November Dunkley and Smoured pleaded not guilty to the murder and a firearms charge.
One of the teenagers denied firearms allegations.
The second pleaded not guilty to separate gun charges as well as a charge of assisting an offender by moving a firearm used in the murder.
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Agnes, 16, of St Brelades Court, De Beauvoir estate, was shot through the neck as she waited in Hoxton Chicken and Pizza in Hoxton Street on April 14 2010.
The Haggerston School pupil died two days later in hospital.