Man Guilty of Trying to Kill Former Eurotunnel Chairman By Pushing Him Onto London Underground Tracks
A man who pushed a former Eurotunnel chairman
onto the tracks of London’s Underground has been
convicted of attempted murder.
Paul Crossley, 46, ran up behind 91-year-old
Sir Robert Malpas at Marble Arch station in central
London and pushed him off the platform.
Crossley, reportedly a paranoid schizophrenic, told
police he “didn’t get much sleep last night.”
He was convicted of attempted murder on Oct. 5
and will be sentenced after a medical report.