Kamran Maman killing: Second man on murder charge

Kamran Maman Kamran Maman died from his injuries two days after the attack

A second person has been charged with the murder of a man in Slough.

Kamran Maman, 36, was dragged from his car in Brammas Close by a group of 12 men and beaten in the early hours of 18 May. He died two days later.

Aiden Wall, 25, of Gordon Road, Camberley, Surrey, appeared before magistrates earlier. He is also accused of violent disorder.

Leon Baptiste, 23, of Cippenham, Slough, appeared in court charged with murdering Mr Maman on Friday.

Mr Baptiste, of Hull Close, was remanded in custody to appear at Reading Crown Court on 2 September.

Eighteen people have so far been arrested in connection with the attack.

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