Syhon Akinstall Robin Hood Murder Trial Begins

Today marks the start of a high-profile trial in Supreme Court No. 4, involving Syhon Akinstall, who is charged with double murder and attempted murder in connection with the 2021 Robin Hood Pub and Restaurant shooting.

The prosecution is led by the Department of Public Prosecution Head, Ms. Cindy Clarke, with Adly Duncan assisting.

Defending Akinstall are lawyers Marc Daniels and Charles Richardson.

The trial, which has garnered significant public interest, began today and is expected to last for two weeks.

It was the evening of Tuesday October 26, 2021 around 5:58 pm when it was alleged that two gunmen arrived at the Robin Hood Pub and Restaurant, where it is believed one gunmen entered the pub shooting four men Ayinde Eve, Micah Davis, Troy Burgess and Derrick Golden, as the second gunmen waited at the rear of the restaurant.

Two of these men Ayinde Eve and Micah Davis were shot dead in this incident, Troy Burgess and Derrick Golden were both seriously injured, Syhon Akinstall is alleged being one of the shooters in this incident.

Syhon Akinstall plead not guilty to eight counts of Murder of Eve and Davis, and attempted murder of Burgess and Golden as well as using a firearm without a license and permit.

The trial is being heard before Supreme Court Justice Mark Pettingill.

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