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Saturday, 6 March 2010

Hassan George Farah, known as 'Boola', died suddenly in hospital at the age of 45

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Hassan George Farah, known as 'Boola', died suddenly in hospital at the age of 45, 12 years into his sentence for the killing of Mark 'Speedy' Hornsby in September 1998.
A heavy police presence is expected at the funeral on Tuesday at Teesside Crematorium
Farah was one of three men convicted of the shotgun killing of Mark Hornsby in what was seen at the time as a drug trade turf war. The murder and subsequent trial sent shockwaves through the town amidst fears of a violent drugs war on the streets of Middlesbrough. Farrar was with Michael McMenamin and Gary Prior, at the time of the killing in Grove Hill. He maintained his innocence during the trial, and today his family declined to comment on his death. Teesside Crown Court was told the three men made up a team who set out to kill Mark Hornsby in an underworld execution.

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