Foxhill man saw his brother ‘breathing his last breaths’, court hearsA murder trial over the death of Tashan Corpe began today at Bristol Crown Court16:15, 6 FEB 2018Flowers were left after the death in August (Image: Paul Gillis) Farnham was charged with the murder of Tashan Corpe and with wounding Mr Corpe’s brother, Devon Corpe. Smith is accused of helping Farnham flee the scene and both have denied the charges against them.The court heard today that Mr Corpe died in a pool of his own blood after Farnham allegedly stabbed him three times following a day of drinking with Tashan’s brother Devon and their friend Paul Thurston.Anna Vigars, prosecuting, told the court the mood was good and the men were drinking when Farnham said he could put Mr Thurston in a sleeper hold (a type of chokehold).She said Farnham, 30, Old Fosse Road, Odd Down, was “trying to prove what a big man he was”. Mr Thurston briefly lost consciousness before coming round a bit dazed by what happened.Foxhill murder trial live: Updates from day one of hearing into death of Tashan CorpeThe conversation started up again and Farnham put Mr Thurston in another sleeper hold, which caused him to lose consciousness again.This prompted Devon Corpe to tell Farnham that he wouldn’t be able to do it to him, the court heard.Mrs Vigars said Farnham put Devon into the chokehold.
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