Cody Fisher killers appears in court to face charges

Cody Fisher killers appears in court to face charges

Cody Fisher killers appears in court to face charges

Cody Fisher killers appears in court to face charges

  • Kami Carpenter, 21, and Remy Gordon, 22, appeared in court charged with murder.
  • Cody Fisher, 23, was stabbed to death in a nightclub on Boxing Day.
  • After’ severe management failings,’ police suspended Crane’s license for 28 days.

Two men appeared in court today to face charges related to the slaying of football player Cody Fisher in a nightclub in Birmingham.

On Boxing Day, a non-league player and coach of school teams, age 23, was stabbed on the dance floor of the Crane nightclub in Digbeth.

On Monday, Birmingham residents Kami Carpenter, 21, and Remy Gordon 22, both appeared before the city’s crown court.

The two were remanded in custody without being given the opportunity to enter a plea to the murder accusation.

However, they also spoke to authenticate their identities and entered a not guilty plea to a related allegation of affray.

After a four-minute hearing before two magistrates, Mr. Carpenter, of no fixed address, and Mr. Gordon, of Cofton Park Drive, Birmingham, were remanded in custody.


The local magistrates’ court was closed, thus the case was one of many listed at the crown court.

They were given a new court date for Wednesday at Birmingham Crown Court. A subsequent hearing was scheduled for January 30.

While Mr. Carpenter was attired in a dark suit and a white shirt, Mr. Gordon entered the dock sporting a blue padded coat.

Following allegations by West Midlands Police that there had been “severe management failings” at the venue on the night Mr. Fisher died, the Crane nightclub’s licence was suspended for 28 days on Friday.

According to the force’s request for the review, the officers there “reported a scene of mayhem.”

The nightclub announced in a statement following the review hearing that it would not challenge the interim licence suspension and that it was instead committed to assisting the inquiry.


Mr. Fisher‘s death from a stab wound was confirmed by a post-mortem study.

He has previously played for a number of Midlands non-league teams, most recently Stratford Town.

Bromsgrove Sporting commended their former player among the tributes.

The team tweeted: “All of us at Bromsgrove Sporting Football Club are profoundly grieved to learn of Cody Fisher’s demise.

“Cody was a friend to many at the club and we send our deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.”

A 22-year-old guy who was detained on murder suspicions has been released on bond.


Four further suspects who were detained on suspicion of aiding a criminal have also been released on bail.


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