Biker club president says he’s “sorry” about motorcycle murder
A jury in the trial of three men jointly accused of the murder of David Crawford heard how the president of the Bandidos Motorcycle Club called the van driver who drove into and over the 59-year-old an “absolute r****d for doing this”.
David Crawford, from Ivybridge, died after his black Kawasaki motorbike was struck from behind by a Ford Transit van on the A38 on-slip at St Budeaux junction on the evening of May 12. At the time he was stationary, alongside a black Mercedes which had pulled up alongside him on the on-slip
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Benjamin Parry, aged 42 of Wrights Close in Devonport was driving the van at the time while Chad Brading, aged 36 of Wright Close, Devonport and Thomas Pawley, aged 32 of Heather Walk, Ivybridge were in the Mercedes car. All three have denied the charge of murder by joint enterprise.