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Man accused with Dulwich Park stabbing denies charge of GBH

The man accused of stabbing a dog walker in Dulwich Park has pleaded not guilty to three charges, including GBH.

Jermaine McDonald, 26, of no fixed abode, appeared at Inner London Crown Court on Tuesday.

He was arrested for the attack on a 31-year-old man on April 27. Police and Air Ambulance were called to the park at about 1:03pm. McDonald’s further two charges were for robbery, and attempted robbery. Police have said the victim – who received a stab wound to his head – remains in a “critical condition” at a south London Hospital.

McDonald will stand trial from October 16, and the trial is expected to last five days.

 

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