Murder accused denies "concealing or disposing" of dead man's body parts
A DEFENDANT who denies the murder of man whose decapitated body was found in Sneinton has also been charged with hiding or getting rid of his body parts.
Peter Healy, 50, of Lord Nelson Street, Sneinton, has already denied the murder of Kevin Kennedy but has now also been charged with perverting the course of justice between July 17, 2012 and August 8, 2012 by "concealing or disposing" of the body parts of Mr Kennedy.
Healy appeared via video link at Nottingham Crown Court this morning and also denied the new charge.
He was sat down and only his face and grey jumper could be seen on the TV screen.
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He is charged with the murder of Mr Kennedy alongside Tara Swift, 40, of West Street, Leicester. She also denies the killing, which allegedly happened on June 17.
Mr Kennedy was found dead on land between Rossington Road and Burrows Court, Sneinton, on August 8. The trial will start on April 10. Both remain in custody.