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Monday, 20 October 2008

Ashley Kemete, 20, was gunned down in White Hart Street, Kennington, south London.

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Ashley Kemete, 20, was gunned down in White Hart Street, Kennington, south London.
Paramedics and the air ambulance were called but the victim was pronounced dead at the scene.Locals told how there were gangs in the area though police said they were keeping an open mind as to motive at this stage and declined to comment on whether it was gang related.One woman, who refused to give her name, said there were many gangs around there.She said: "There are five gangs in the immediate area. They fight on Friday nights, it's all about drugs and territory. We can expect to see some terrible repercussions from this."Abdul Momen, who works at Taste of India takeaway, said the murder was "shocking"."Normally it's just car accidents in Kennington Lane but this is very serious. There's so many gangs in this area so maybe it's linked to them."A post-mortem examination will be held at Greenwich Mortuary.
Detective Inspector Tony Broughton of the Metropolitan Police's Trident unit, which investigates gun crime within the black community, said: "This murder happened in a busy part of town, just after nine o'clock on a Friday night. We know there were many people in the area. Several witnesses have already come forward, but there will be others who saw something or know something. We need those people to get in touch with us."

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