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Court watches CCTV in Newquay Bouncer Trial
4:11pm 9th October 2014
The trial of four doormen accused of unlawfully killing a clubber in Newquay is shown video of him attacking a man shortly before he died.
Truro Crown Court has heard Mick Kearns was found in a pool of his own blood after being restrained outside Sailors in April 2013.
Jurors have been watching CCTV from inside the club which shows the 48 year old hitting another man with a bar stool.
He is restrained and then escorted outside by four bouncers.
The court heard how he was eventually put to the ground where he died ten minutes later
26 year old Lewis Bowns, 30 year old Richard Favetta and 45 year old Ian Harold from Newquay and 34 year old Graham Lutey from Summercourt deny all the charges against them.
The trial continues.
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