A MAN accused of stabbing Pc Keith Blakelock during the 1985 Tottenham riots wrote a rap, saying “we chop him all over”, his murder trial has heard.
A prison officer found the poem while searching Nicky Jacobs’s cell at a youth custody centre in 1988.
Jacobs, who was 16 at the time of the attack, had been serving a sentence for affray following the riots on October 6, 1985.
The hand-written poem was read out on the second day of the trial by prosecutor Richard Whittam.
It stated: “As long as I live I remember it was 1985 the 6th October...
“Me have de chopper we have intention to kill an police officer Pc Blakelock de unlucky f***er him dis an help de fireman...
“Who did an out an fire de fireman see we av come and decide to scatter but Pc Blakelock him never smell the danger but when we fly down upon him he start scream and holla everybody gather round and av pure laughter he try to head out but we trip him over he start beg for mercy bit it didn’t matter him try to play super man....
“We chopper we start chop him on his hand we chop him on him finger we chop him on him leg we chop him on his shoulder him head him chest him neck we chop him all over when we done kill him off lord er feel much better....”
Mr Whittam also described to the Old Bailey statements from key witnesses to the attack.
Jacobs denies murder.