Christopher Hotten QC and Phil Bradley Prosecute Bilston Landlord Murder

Fri, 06 Aug 2010

Two guilty of murdering Bilston pub landlord
Two men have been found guilty of killing a Black Country pub landlord, who was shot dead following a "trivial" row over a laser pen being shone towards a car.
A jury at Birmingham Crown Court took around four-and-a-half hours to unanimously convict Jasbir Singh Takhar and Sukwinder Singh Sanghera of murdering Swinder Singh Batth.
An eight-week trial heard that Mr Batth was struck by a "poorly-aimed" bullet fired by a hooded gunman at someone else outside his bar in Bilston on July 28 last year. 
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