Three men deny murder after fatal stabbing of 32-year-old near Waterloo Station 

Three men, aged 20, 22 and 23, deny murder after fatal stabbing of 32-year-old near Waterloo Station

  • Adrian Keise, 32, was stabbed in Waterloo, south London early on October 29 
  • Three men accused of killing him denied murder at the Old Bailey today 

Three men accused of stabbing a 32 year-old man near Waterloo Station denied murder in court today.

Adrian Keise, from Lambeth, was found with stab wounds near a block of flats in Frazier Street in South London in the early hours of October 29.

Paramedics treated him at the scene before taking him to hospital, but he died a short time later.

Paul Yusuff, 20, Matthew Yusuff, 22, and Moussa Traore, 23, all denied murder when they appeared at the Old Bailey via videolink.

Adrian Keise, from Lambeth, was found stabbed in south London on October 29 shortly before he died

Adrian Keise, from Lambeth, was found stabbed in south London on October 29 shortly before he died

The police barrier at the scene of the alleged attack. Three men have denied murdering Mr Keise

The police barrier at the scene of the alleged attack. Three men have denied murdering Mr Keise

Paul Yusuff also denied possession of a knife in a public place.

Their trial was fixed for November 6 and is estimated to last three weeks.

Judge Mark Dennis said: ‘I’m conscious we’re looking at November which is a long way off and a lot can happen.’

Traore, of Wandsworth, and Matthew and Paul Yusuff, both of Southwark, were remanded in custody.

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