Terae Eusebe, of Upton Park, charged with murder of man in Parson Stret, Hendon

Hendon murder: man charged

Hendon murder: man charged

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A man has been charged with murder after a 38-year-old was killed in Hendon.

Terae Eusebe, 20, an IT engineer of Hatherley Gardens, Upton Park, in East London, will appear a at Hendon Magistrates Court tomorrow.

The victim, a Lithuanian national who has not yet been named by police, was killed by a single stab wound to the chest at the junction of Brent Street and Parson Street on Thursday afternoon.

Two teenage girls – a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old – and a 19-year-old man, were also arrested in connection with murder and have been bailed to return in September.

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7:40pm Sun 6 Jul 14

G_Whiz says...

Another shockingly regular stabbing murder!

Maybe Nick Clegg and his liberal cronies want to keep knives on the streets, make excuses for, and press for short sentences for these killers. But the rest of us who have common sense want it all stopped.

Why does London love a knife so much? It can't be poverty because there is worse poverty in cities like Sunderland, Hull, Sheffield and Leeds but they don't report a knife culture? London is only the 5th highest city for absent fathers so it's not that either?

Is the Met just useless?
Another shockingly regular stabbing murder! Maybe Nick Clegg and his liberal cronies want to keep knives on the streets, make excuses for, and press for short sentences for these killers. But the rest of us who have common sense want it all stopped. Why does London love a knife so much? It can't be poverty because there is worse poverty in cities like Sunderland, Hull, Sheffield and Leeds but they don't report a knife culture? London is only the 5th highest city for absent fathers so it's not that either? Is the Met just useless? G_Whiz
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