Twenty-two-year-old Michael Emmanuel was on Monday arraigned for the murder of Leonard Peters when he appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts.He was not required to plead to the indictable charge which stated that on December 21 at Lot 7 West Watooka, Linden, he murdered Peters, also called Lenny.The accused was unrepresented at the time of his appearance. It was reported that the now dead man was attending a social event, where it is alleged that he “accidentally spilled alcohol” on the accused.This incident, escalated into a physical confrontation between the two. Soon after the altercation, Peters was seen bleeding from the left side of his chest from what appeared to be a stab wound.The injured man was rushed to the Linden Hospital Complex (LHC), where he succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention. The suspect was arrested and charged for the murder.Meanwhile, a post-mortem performed on the body of Peters gave the cause of death as a stab wound to the chest and perforation of the lung. The autopsy was performed by Government Pathologist, Dr Nehaul Singh on Monday.The accused is expected to make his next court appearance on January 8, 2019.
Ex-Manchester City goalkeeper David James believes his former club’s £54m summer signing Kevin De Bruyne has already proved he ‘is worth every penny.’The Belgian playmaker netted a vital injury-time winner against Sevilla in the Champions League on Wednesday night, taking his tally to five goals already in his fledgling City career.The 24-year-old has also contributed three assists in a stellar start to life in England and has emerged as a key player for Manuel Pellegrini in the absence of the injured David Silva.James insists the eye-watering fee City paid for De Bruyne has already been vindicated, while he also reserves credit for another huge summer transfer – Manchester United’s new teen sensation Anthony Martial.Speaking about De Bruyne on the Sports Breakfast, he said: “What a fantastic finish yesterday.“He really is worth every penny. The transfer window has produced two gems for the right price so far.“I must admit I did my homework on Martial on transfer deadline day, and like most people he was unknown to me.“But he’s a tremendous talent. He’s been very versatile and proved he’s a good goalscorer. For his age he’s looking the real deal.”De Bruyne and Martial will go head to head in the first Manchester derby of the season on Sunday – a match you can listen exclusively live to on talkSPORT from 2pm BST.
5. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography 2. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Sparkle Weekend is the UK’s largest celebration of the transgender community, held every year. Starting day two of @SparkleWeekend a little starstruck as we bump into the wonderful Jordan Gray (aka @Talldarkfriend).What an incredible 2 days celebrating gender diversity with our @GMPPrideNetwork @LGBTpoliceuk @CCLGBTnetwork @NYP_LGBT @WYP_LGBT friends#WeStandTogether pic.twitter.com/xZxXZ6XwZK— BTP Diversity (@BTPDiversity) 8 July 2018–––Gay Star News is a proud partner of Sparkle Weekend.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . 3. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography Today from midday till 8pm we are at @SparkleWeekend in Manchester and @UKBlackPride in London. Join us on our stalls at both. At UKBP we have a workshop from 3.50-4.50pm on LGBTI refugees with @AfricanRainbow1 and @UKLGIG. #SparkleWeekend2018 #ukblackpride pic.twitter.com/3Ld169t8Xv— Amnesty UK LGBTI (@AmnestyUK_LGBTI) 8 July 2018 GAYSTARNEWS- Now celebrating its 14th year, it’s a celebration over two days of fun in the Manchester sun.There’s a Miss Sparkle competition, market stalls and a whole variety of amazing trans performers in the park.Sparkle Weekend also hosts the Sparkle Ball, complete with a cocktail bar, three-course meal and evening of non-stop dancing.@LBGRainbow Sparkle ball tonight was stunning as usual looking forward to doing the meet and greet at the train station tomorrow pic.twitter.com/NSpL6blbwg— Donna Marie Chandler (@DonnaMarieChan2) 8 July 2018Jacqui Priest is the current chair of Greater Manchester Police’s Pride Network. She took to Twitter for an important message about staying safe on the day.She said: ‘Hate crime is totally unacceptable and if you’re a victim or a witness, please report it to us.’Allie Crewe, photographer and trans ally, went down to the first day of festivities yesterday (7 July) to snap the fabulous day in action.1. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography 6. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography Join us at @SparkleWeekend to show your support for @sakriskupila and call on the Finnish government to change their gender recognition laws #IAmWhoISayIAm #SparkleWeekend2018 pic.twitter.com/jdQl4xehD7— Amnesty UK LGBTI (@AmnestyUK_LGBTI) 8 July 2018 More photos from Sparkle Weekend 2018: #SparkleWeekend2018We’re live!Greater Manchester Rock Choir opening with some incredible songs. pic.twitter.com/EckHrjZ5lR— Sparkle Charity (@SparkleWeekend) 7 July 2018 Sparkle Weekend 2018. | Photo: Allie Crewe Photography 7. Photo: Allie Crewe PhotographyAllie Crewe also just announced her first solo exhibition of photographic portraits, with incredible transgender portraits.Entitled You Brought Your Own Light, Crewe will host a nine-week exhibition at Manchester Central Library from 27 July.You can see her full portfolio on her website or via Facebook or Instagram. 4. Photo: Allie Crewe Photography Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Get your Sparkle on to celebrate gender identity this weekendThese beautiful people share their best moments being transWomen all over are sharing their best selfies for Lesbian Visibility DayRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/sparkle-weekend-transgender-uk/