Tuesday, 3 May 2016

A witness told jurors the defendant looked "expressionless" and as if he were "having a passport photo taken" during the attack.
13:58, UK,Tuesday 03 May 2016
Road rage stabbing
A retired solicitor involved in a minor car crash was stabbed to death by another motorist in a "ferocious" attack, a court has heard.
Matthew Daley, 35, is on trial at Lewes Crown Court accused of knifing 79-year-old Donald Lock 39 times as he drove back from a cycling meeting on the A24 in West Sussex, on 16 July last year.
Man charged over road rage stabbing
Daley allegedly stabbed Mr Lock repeatedly after his Toyota crashed into the back of Daley's Ford Fusion at about 16mph, causing minor damage to both cars.
Daley, who was formerly from Worthing but is now being held in a medium-secure unit, looked "expressionless" and like he was "having a passport photo" taken during the attack, one witness said.
After the attack, Daley then drove off and ditched his car at a nearby stables, jurors heard.
Prosecutor Philip Bennetts QC said: "On July 16 of last year, this defendant, Matthew Daley, killed Donald Lock.
"Matthew Daley braked violently approaching the junction of the A24 in Findon, West Sussex. Donald Lock, who was immediately behind him, collided with his car.
"Donald Lock got out of his car and went to speak to Matthew Daley. Matthew Daley got out of his car as Donald Lock approached."
Mr Lock first asked Daley why he had stopped so suddenly before Daley stabbed him repeatedly, telling the pensioner to: "Die, you f***ing c***", jurors heard.
Daley denies murder and says he acted in self-defence.
The trial is expected to last around two weeks.