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London teen moved to adult prison in Greece

A teenager being held in Greece on suspicion of murder has been moved to an adult prison. Myles Litchmore-Dunbar is accused of killing Tyrell Matthews-Burton.

He was stabbed to death in a brawl outside a nightclub in Malia. Mr Litchmore-Dunbar's family say he should never have been moved to the adult prison at the age of 19.

They say the judge ruled he should be kept in the holding cells in Crete, but instead he's been moved to an adult prison in Athens - for those over 21.


Family of murder suspect campaign to clear his name

The family of a teenager being held in Greece on suspicion of murder say they're determined to clear his name.

Myles Litchmore-Dunbar from Catford is accused of stabbing a 19-year-old man to death, in a fight outside a nightclub in Malia on the island of Crete.

His family is appealing for witnesses to come forward, ahead of a bail hearing on Monday. Ronke Phillips went to meet them.

Family of Malia murder suspect say he is innocent

Denise and Andrew Litchmore want witnesses to Tyrell Matthews-Burton's murder to come forward. Credit: ITN

The aunt and uncle of a British teenager who is accused of stabbing a holidaymaker to death in Crete say their nephew is innocent. Denise and Andrew Litchmore are now appealing for witnesses to the murder last month.

Their nephew, 19 year old Myles Litchmore-Dunbar, faces a year in a Greek jail awaiting trial for the murder of Tyrell Matthews-Burton. The teenager was killed in a 30-man brawl outside a nightclub in the holiday resort of Malia on July 23rd.

Litchmore-Dunbar denies stabbing the teenager and says he does not know how a bloodied knife got into his hotel room following the fight.

Man charged with Malia killing

Tyrell Matthews-Burton was a male model who studied Economics at Nottingham University

Police in Greece have charged a man after the fatal killing of a 19 year-old from Leyton.

Tyrell Matthews-Burton died on the holiday island of Crete during the early hours of Tuesday morning.

Myles Litchmore-Dunbar has been charged with Tyrell's murder as well as possession of a weapon.


Donation page to be set up for Crete victim's family

Friends of Tyrell Matthews-Burton have said they will set up a donation page in his name, after he was killed in a bar brawl while on holiday in Crete:

Paramedics 'took ages' to arrive at Crete stabbing scene

Paramedics attending to a stabbing victim, who was on holiday in Crete, took a long time to arrive, a witness at the scene claimed.

Harry Nye, 18, from Kent, said he witnessed the fight, which is understood to have taken place outside the Safari Club. He told the Daily Mirror:

We saw one guy having his head stamped on and this other lad just fell straight. I've never seen that much blood.

The paramedics took ages to get there and the police were stood around like, 'It's just another Brit'. They couldn't have cared less.

Crete stabbing victim 'funniest and sweetest' person

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