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Men accused of helping Pc killer
Pc Sharon Beshenivsky
Sharon Beshenivsky had been a police officer for nine months
Two men have appeared in court accused of assisting an offender in connection with the murder of Bradford policewoman Sharon Beshenivsky.

Adrian Robinson, 24, of Colindale, north London, admitted providing accommodation to Muzzaker Shah between 20 November and 13 December 2005.

Hewan Gordon, 36, of Newport, Gwent, denied the charge when the men appeared at Leeds Crown Court on Monday.

Both pleaded not guilty to a second charge of helping Shah buy food.

Shah was convicted at Newcastle Crown Court last year of the murder of Pc Beshenivsky during a bungled robbery at the Universal Travel Agents in Morley Street, Bradford, on 18 November 2005.

The case was adjourned to 8 May and both men were released on bail.




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