Dalbagh Singh Malhi murder trial: Jury hear of scuffle on Bentilee estate
The murder trial of a man accused of a fatal street attack in Bentilee continued on Tuesday.
Lee Shaw, aged 34, is charged with stabbing 29-year-old Dalbagh Singh Malhi to death in Wellfield road on May 13 last year.
On Tuesday witnesses told a jury at Stafford
Crown Court how they saw a 'scuffle' between Shaw and Mr Malhi. Two neighbours, Kirsty Potts and Lee Howell, described seeing Shaw throwing punches while Mr Malhi stumbled backwards and 'tried to get away'.
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The prosecution alleges Shaw attacked Mr Malhi - who was known as Bugsy - after drinking and taking drugs at a party, because he was wound up that a taxi failed to pick him up.
Shaw, of Community Drive, Smallthorne, admits killing Mr Malhi but denies murder. He claims he acted in self defence.
The trial continues.