Turnpike Lane shooting: Two in court charged with murder
15:04 13 March 2012
The scene of the shooting in Langham Parade, behind Turnpike Lane Tube station. Photo: Tony Gay.
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Two jobless Haringey men have appeared in court charged with murder over the shooting behind Turnpike Lane Tube station.
Younis Sagir, 22, of Elizabeth Blackwell House, Progress Way, Wood Green, and Ozan Toprak, 27, of Stowe Place, off Philip Lane, South Tottenham, were charged over the fatal shooting of 32-year-old Ali Armagan in Langham Parade, Langham Road, on February 1.
He died of a gunshot wound to the neck.
They were also charged with the attempted murder of a second man at the same time.
The pair did not enter pleas at the Old Bailey on Tuesday and were remanded in custody until June 15.
Police arrested them on March 8.
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