center_img Police at the scene of Jo Cox's killing in Birstall, West Yorkshire Mair denies Mrs Cox’s murder, possession of a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence and possession of an offensive weapon, a dagger.He has also pleaded not guilty to causing grievous bodily harm with intent to Mr Carter-Kenny on the same date. The trial continues. Her assistant stepped in and hit the man with her handbag, while 78-year-old passer-by Bernard Carter-Kenny desperately tried to intervene but was stabbed too, the trial has heard.A witness described how the killer “just walked away with not a care in the world”, leaving Mrs Cox dying in the street.David Honeybell, who had gone to see Mrs Cox before her surgery, told jurors: “He just walked away with not a care in the world, he just walked away.”Another witness, Stephen Connolly, said: “It was very cold, he just walked away.”Taxi driver Rashid Hussain pulled up at around the same time as Mrs Cox’s arrival at Birstall library in a silver Vauxhall Astra.As he was giving his passenger her change, Mr Hussain heard what sounded like a “firecracker”, jurors were told. A gun that was presented in evidence during the trial of Thomas Mair A gun that was presented in evidence during the trial of Thomas MairCredit:West Yorkshire Police Jo Cox was allegedly killed by Thomas Mair, right Julie Holmes, who witnessed the attack from her cake shop, told how Mrs Cox’s killer looked straight at her as if to say “here I am”.She said: “He took a step into the road and he looked around and he looked over to where I was standing.”He looked me right in the eye and lifted the gun, not pointing it at me but as a gesture, saying ‘here I am’.” A knife that was allegedly used in the killing of Jo CoxCredit:West Yorkshire Police Jean and Gordon Leadbeater, the parents of Jo Cox, arriving at the Old Baileylast_img

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