Four men charged with 2006 Upper Norwood double murder

Jordan Jackson and Leyla Djemal-Northcott
Image caption The couple were shot in their flat in in Upper Norwood in 2006

Four men have been accused of murdering a couple who were shot in their home in south-east London in 2006.

Jordan Jackson, 20, and Leyla Djemal-Northcott, 21, were shot at their flat in Upper Norwood on 7 March, 2006.

Mr Jackson's twin brother, Keiran, was also shot in the attack but survived.

Michael Ennis-Simpson, 25, of Brixton; Shaun Sutton, 36, of South Norwood; and twins Leon and Lee Russell, 28, were each charged with the murders and one count of attempted murder.

Mr Sutton, from Wynton Gardens, and Leon Russell, of no fixed address, were both charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

Mr Russell was due to appear at Greenwich Magistrates' Court earlier and Mr Ennis-Simpson, from Plummer Road, was due to face the charges at Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court.

Lee Russell, from Lyham Road, Brixton, and Mr Sutton will both appear at Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court on Tuesday.

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