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Incident in St Thomas St

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Sunday 5 October 2008 11.06am
Just heard that some one was shot last night on St Thomas Street in the SE1 club, cant find anything on the BBC news web site though only that the road is closed. Anyone know what happened?
Sunday 5 October 2008 11.26am
Yep. Shot in the head about just before 4am. I wonder if it may have been related to the club night at SE1 club.
Sunday 5 October 2008 11.41am
Wouldn't be surprised if it was a dispute between the 'pharmaceutical' vendors or jostling mini-cab drivers under the tunnel. It's really bustling in the early hours of sunday mornings after a gig.
Sunday 5 October 2008 1.51pm
phoney wrote:
Wouldn't be surprised if it was a dispute between the 'pharmaceutical' vendors or jostling mini-cab drivers under the tunnel. It's really bustling in the early hours of sunday mornings after a gig.

How did you hear the detail or were you there?
Sunday 5 October 2008 3.58pm
BBC Radio London just reported that a young man who sustained gunshot injuries at a shooting at SE1 club Weston St yesterday has now died.
Sunday 5 October 2008 9.16pm
The road was cordoned off this morning and the police were there. I wondered what had happened and have just read about it on BBC...
Monday 6 October 2008 11.27am
Both the Weston Street and the Staines Street tunnels were cordoned off this morning for police investigations.
Monday 6 October 2008 11.14pm
Still cordoned off at 6.30pm
Tuesday 7 October 2008 10.52pm
phoney wrote:
Wouldn't be surprised if it was a dispute between the 'pharmaceutical' vendors or jostling mini-cab drivers under the tunnel. It's really bustling in the early hours of sunday mornings after a gig.

Why do you have to make this judgement. This was my sister's god-brother and a cousin. It is a tragic loss, don't taint his name before you know any facts!
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