Lawrence sus­pects tor­ture threats

Bikini babes de­serve a Guin­ness

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A SUS­PECT in the Stephen Lawrence mur­der trial was se­cretly filmed by po­lice telling how he would “skin a black c*** alive, tor­ture him and set him alight”, a court heard.

The shock footage was cap­tured in Gary Dob­son’s Eltham flat in south east Lon­don and showed him brag­ging to fel­low sus­pect David Nor­ris about threat­en­ing to “slice a n*****” seven times with a Stan­ley knife.

Dob­son, then aged 18, said the man “does nor­mal white geezer things, not mug old gran­nies and things like that” but was a “black c***” who got on his nerves.

De­fen­dant David Nor­ris, then aged 17, is also recorded rant­ing if he was to die he would go to Cat­ford armed with two ma­chine guns and would “skin a black c*** alive, tor­ture him and set him alight”.

He would also blow their arms and legs off be­fore telling them “go on you can swim home now”, the jury heard.

The covert sur­veil­lance footage was shown to the Old Bai­ley jury who are try­ing Dob­son and Nor­ris, ac­cused of the black teen’s mur­der in Eltham in 1993.

The pair deny mur­der say­ing any ev­i­dence seized by po­lice be­came con­tam­i­nated.

The trial con­tin­ues. THERE was a nip or two in the air when these hope­ful hol­i­day­mak­ers at­tempted to set the long­est swimwear queue record yes­ter­day.

More than 100 crack­pots gath­ered out­side the newly opened Vir­gin hol­i­day store on Kens­ing­ton High Street in Lon­don where they were given the chance to win a free hol­i­day too.

Girls and guys of all shapes and sizes braved the cold to hang around in their biki­nis and trunks to cre­ate the World’s long­est swimwear queue which will be sub­mit­ted to the Guin­ness Book Of Records.

Our snappa said: “Some real babes turned up in their biki­nis. It’s just a shame that we don’t get the weather here in Eng­land and girls can’t walk round like this all the time.

“Although they were gri­mac­ing in the cold, they put a smile on a few guys faces!”

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