Murder accused: 'No snitching code' stopping witnesses

A man charged with the murder of a London holidaymaker has appealed for help from a Greek prison. Tyrell Matthews-Burton from Leyton was stabbed when a fight broke out outside a club in Malia. Now, 19-year-old Myles Litchmore-Dunbar has told ITV News he's being blamed for a murder he didn't commit.

He speaks of a 'no snitching code' which he believes is stopping witnesses and those with information from coming forward.

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British police 'must investigate' teenage death in Greece

MPs say British police must investigate the death of a London teenager who was stabbed to death during a bar brawl in the Greek holiday resort of Malia.