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Man denies 1987 Roland murder.

A MAN today denied the murder of a student more than 18 years ago.

Roland Carmagnole, originally from Mauritius, died after he was attacked with a 3ft piece of wood in Liverpool on December 13, 1987.

Mark James Forster, of Musgrave Road, Sheffield, appeared at Liverpool crown court to deny murder. Mr Carmagnole, studying physics at the former Liverpool Polytechnic, was attacked while walking home alone along Scotland Road after a pre-Christmas night out with friends.

He suffered severe head injuries and died in hospital.

The case was reopened in 2001 by police, who launched annual appeals to find his killer
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Date:Dec 20, 2005
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