Second boy, 13, in court over River Clyde murder bid
Jordan Harper was allegedly repeatedly stabbed and punched on Clyde Walkway in Glasgow.
A second teenager has appeared in court charged with attempting to murder a man.
The 13-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, allegedly punched Jordan Harper, 21, and stabbed him on April 5 at the Clyde Walkway in Glasgow city centre.
The boy appeared in private on Friday at the city's sheriff court and made no plea.
His co-accused, also 13, faces the same charge as well as two others of being in possession of a knife, and throwing a jacket and knife into the River Clyde in an attempt to defeat the ends of justice.
Both teenagers are expected to return to court at a later date.