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Three men appear at Old Bailey accused of murdering man and dumping body in White Hart lakes

15:40 31 July 2014

Neill Buchel had been missing since March 13

Neill Buchel had been missing since March 13

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Three men accused of murdering a 39-year-old man and dumping his body in a lake in Rush Green appeared at the Old Bailey today.

Neill Buchel’s body was discovered at White Hart Lakes in April.

Elvis Kwiatkowski, 35, of Clopton Close, Royston, Scott Hunt, 41, of Braintree Road, Dagenham, and Chas Quye, 36, Stansgate Road, Dagenham, have been charged with his murder.

Hunt and Quye deny the charge.

The pair have also denied conspiracy to pervert the course of justice along with Colin Bushaway, 60, of Gregory Crescent, Eltham, and Bradley Andison, 46, of Villa Road, Rochester.

Kwiatkowski is yet to plea on any charges.

Bushaway is also charged with preventing a lawful burial.

The trial will begin on January 12 at the Old Bailey.

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