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Thursday, 7 July 2011

The 23-year-old stepson of self-proclaimed gangster Dave Courtney, Genson Courtney, has been found dead in a car in Greenwich, south London, after a fatal shooting on Sunday night.

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Mr Courtney was found in a black Volkswagen Golf with gunshot wounds to his head and shoulder just before 11pm and was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital around five hours later.

Former gangster Dave Courtney was renowned for his use of the 'knuckle duster' (PA)
The motive for the attack remains unclear, although officers from Scotland Yard's gun crime unit Trident are looking for a male suspect who fled the scene shortly after shots were fired.
Mr Courtney's family ties to Dave Courtney, who has written books about his past experiences, have already focused media attention on the incident near the Pelton Arms pub on Banning Street, Greenwich.
Courtney Snr, 52, is a celebrity-gangster figure and former East End bareknuckle boxer who claims links to the infamous Kray twins and reputed London criminal Lenny 'The Guv'nor' McLean.
He has written books and starred in films, playing on his 'gangster' image, although he also spent time in Belmarsh Prison as a high-security inmate.
Although circumstances surrounding the incident involving his stepson remain cloudy - and there is no suggestion from police at this stage that the shooting was gang related - Trident detective chief inspector Mark Gower has offered witness protection to anyone who comes forward with information.
Mr Gower, who is leading the murder investigation, said: 'At this early stage it is believed a male suspect may have ran from the scene in the direction of Christchurch Way, shortly after the shooting.
'I am appealing to anyone who may have seen or heard anything suspicious to contact the police.
'I would like to reassure anyone concerned about contacting the police that Trident has great expertise in protecting witnesses and there are a huge variety of measures that can be put in place to protect you.'

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