A YOUNG father-of-two was killed after being repeatedly stabbed in the chest with a flick knife, a jury has been told.

Jordan Brown, 25, of Holton Road, Barry, has gone on trial accused of the murder of 23-year-old Jordan Davies last Christmas.

Michael Jones QC, prosecuting told Cardiff Crown Court: “The prosecution say stabbing someone repeatedly with a knife to vulnerable areas such as the chest and stomach is at least an intention to cause really serious harm to a person.


“This isn’t slapping, pushing, or punching someone. This is stabbing them intentionally and repeatedly with a flick knife.

“The defendant accepts he stabbed Jordan Davies and he accepts those actions caused the death of Jordan Davies and he accepts he did it with a flick knife.

“We say the defendant was the aggressor in this incident and he was not acting in self-defence.

“He had absolutely no need or justification to stab Jordan Davies once, let alone repeatedly."

Mr Jones told the jury the pair knew one each other and had been arguing "about some sort of issue with the defendant staring at Jordan Davies’ girlfriend".

Following the incident on December 16, 2019, the defendant ran home and changed his clothes the jury was told.

They also heard how the defendant recorded a video message for his daughter in which he said: "I might be going away for a long time but I will come out one day. I didn’t mean for any of this to happen."

Brown denies murder.