Clive Wilcox death: Daniel Scott pleads guilty to 2001 killing

Clive Wilcox Clive Wilcox died in hospital after being attacked as he left a shop

A man has admitted to the manslaughter of a man in Dorset more than 12 years ago.

Clive Wilcox, 42, of Moordown, died after being attacked as he left a One Stop shop in Winton in May 2001.

Daniel Scott, 33, formerly of Bournemouth, pleaded guilty at Winchester Crown Court and will be sentenced on 4 October.

He also admitted possessing a fake passport at St Pancras International station in central London.

Scott, of no fixed address, was being sought by police when he was arrested in June while intending to use the document.

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