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Jury visits alleged murder site

Simon Everitt
The jury has visited Mautby wood and a nearby field

The jury in the murder trial of a Norfolk teenager has visited the wood near Great Yarmouth where it is alleged he was tied to a tree and set on fire.

Simon Everitt, 17, disappeared last June and his body was found three weeks later at Mautby on the Norfolk Broads.

The jury has also visited the field where it is alleged he was beaten up.

Jonathan Clarke, 19, from Shropshire, Jimi-Lee Stewart, 25, and Maria Chandler, 40, both from Norfolk, deny murder. The case continues.



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