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Telegraph reported "Stephen Lawrence murder suspect pleads guilty over £4m drug-smuggling plot" on Thursday

[] A man who was suspected in the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence has pleaded guilty to heading up a £4 million drugs plot Both were previously arrested after the fatal stabbing of the black 18-year-old in Eltham in 1993, but have always denied involvement Acourt, currently of no fixed address, is due to be sentenced on Friday December 7 A man who was suspected in the racist murder of Stephen Lawrence has pleaded guilty to heading up a £4 million drugs plot.

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