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One of her son's killer's, Jordan Bailey-Mascoll, 25, and an accomplice he refused to name, known as Ghost, drove around on a moped, targeting people with expensive watches, Woolwich Crown Court heard.
They were of average height but larger than me.” Ms Holland said the knife was about a foot long. “I thought it was a joke at first but then when the gun was shot I just ran. “I went half way down the street and then I turned back and saw that Danny was not there, so I ran back to where we were. He was finally arrested on 18 September after trying to escape out of a window.
After arresting Bailey-Mascoll at a flat in Dartford, Kent, police recovered two mobile phones containing a search history of hunting knives, expensive watches and images of him wearing a Rolex watch.
Bailey-Mascoll, who has a long criminal record dating back to his teens, was convicted of murder, possessing a firearm, possessing an imitation firearm and robbery. When the guilty verdict for murder was returned, Bailey-Mascoll began struggling violently with the dock officers who battled to restrain him. "Danny was on the floor and I took the watch off and just threw it at them. I cannot remember if they said anything to me, it was all very fast.” Louis Mably, QC, prosecuting, said: "Jordan Bailey-Mascoll was one of the two men on the moped who brutally murdered Danny Pearce, a total stranger, on the streets of Greenwich.
Members of both families gasped as he jumped on to the bench and tore away from officers towards the cell door. “They had weapons so if anyone stood up to them, they had the means necessary to get a wristwatch from someone's body.
"The family who lived at the address opened the door to a dying young man, the trauma of that night cannot be imagined.
"Some witnesses who ran from the scene thought it was a terrorist attack, due to its ferocity.
THE family of a dad stabbed to death by moped muggers for his £7,000 Rolex have called on cops to get a grip of Lawless London.
Danny Pearce, 31, was set upon as he left Oliver's jazz club in Greenwich, South East London, with his girlfriend.
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