Man charged with murder of Ian Ogle in east Belfast

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By David Hunter

A 40-year-old man has been charged with murder in connection with the death of community worker Ian Ogle in east Belfast. 

The father-of-two was stabbed 11 times during an attack near his home in Cluan Place at the end of January.

He also suffered a severe head injury.

A number of people have already appeared in court charged with murder.

The latest suspect has also been reported to prosecutors for attempted intimidation, and is due before Belfast Magistrates court this morning.

Police believe Mr.Ogle was killed as a result of a long-running feud between his family and others in the area.

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