Court for accused over Tottenham knife attack 12 years ago

07:40 09 December 2011

Police were called to reports of a man collapsed this morning

Police were called to reports of a man collapsed this morning

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A man will appear in court today over a stabbing murder 12 years ago.

Kwayle Appiah, 36, is accused of killing father-of-two David Scott in north London.

Mr Scott, 30, of Warren Court, Tottenham, was found at about 3.15am on August 24, 1999 in Monument Way, Tottenham.

Appiah, of Denham Road, Barnet, will appear at Redbridge Magistrates’ Court.

It is alleged that Appiah stabbed Scott in an underpass beneath Monument Way, linking Fairbanks Road and High Cross.

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