FACE OF THE RIOT KILLER Yob Desuze had watched cops plan for disorder
‘Tortured for wedding cash’
A TEENAGER who killed pensioner Richard Mannington Bowes during the London riots can be named as Darrell Desuze after an order banning his identification was lifted.
The 17-year-old had been protected because of his age but a judge removed the order at Inner London Crown Court today a day after he admitted manslaughter.
Desuze, of Bath Road, Hounslow, punched Richard Mannington Bowes to the ground on August 8 last year during rioting in Ealing, west London.
Mr Bowes, who had been trying to put out a fire in a dustbin near his home, suffered brain damage when his head hit the pavement.
He died three days later in hospital.
Desuze admitted manslaughter when he appeared in court on Tuesday.
He also pleaded guilty to violent disorder and had previously admitted burglary at William Hill, Tesco Express, Blockbusters and Fatboys Thai restaurant.
Mr Justice Saunders said the public had a right to know what happened and who killed Mr Bowes, a retired accountant.
Desuze, who a year before the riots enjoyed a school trip to the Metropolitan Police’s riot training centre in Gravesend where he watched a simulated riot with officers pelted with bricks, still faces a charge of murder but the Crown will not pursue it and it is expected to lie on file.
Brian Altman QC, prosecuting, said on the evening of the killing Desuze, known as Smokey, set off for Harrow with friends.
But they headed to Ealing after getting a text from someone anticipating trouble there.
The barrister said left-handed Desuze threw his full weight behind a punch to Mr Bowes’s jaw, buckling his legs, knocking him unconscious and backwards where his head took the full force of impact on the road.
Desuze’s mother, Lavinia Desuze, 31, will stand trial on Monday accused of perverting the course of justice by destroying the clothes he wore on the night.
Desuze will be sentenced next month. YOU think you’ve got noisy neighbours?
Ian Gowler and his partner Mavis Shailes got the shock of their lives when the bungalow next door EXPLODED in the wee hours!
The force of the blast ripped the roof off the home and sent the front door hurtling 70ft into the air.
It sent glass showering across the front garden and left 2ft long shards embedded in a nearby car.
When the sun came up in Leverington, Cambs, a scene of utter devastation was revealed.
But, amazingly, Ian and Mavis’s home was UNTOUCHED by the blast.
Thankfully, the bungalow was unoccupied at the time of the explosion – thought to have been caused by metal thieves ripping out pipes.
Ian said: “I heard a loud bang and the wall bowed inwards.
“Mavis has a shelf with dolls on it on that wall and everything was pelting at me.” A WOMAN was tortured for her bank details and then beaten to death in her home by a man who needed money to pay for his wedding, a jury has heard.
Angelika Dries-jenkins, (left) 66, from Narberth, Pembrokeshire, was killed by John William Mason in June 2011, it is claimed.
He was due to get married days after the murder and withdrew £1,000 from the victim’s bank accounts.
He tortured her to get her to reveal her PIN number before stealing her handbag and her Skoda Fabia car, leaving her dead or dying, the jury was told.
Mr Mason, 55, denies murder and the trial at Swansea Crown Court continues.
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