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Thursday, 10 March 2011

TEENAGE girl murdered with a machine gun at a fried chicken shop was the innocent victim of a local gangs rivalry

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TEENAGE girl murdered with a machine gun at a fried chicken shop was the innocent victim of a local gangs rivalry, the Old Bailey heard today.
Agnes Sina-Inakouju, 16, died 36 hours after being shot as she waited for pizza in Hackney, east London, in April 2010.
The jury yesterday viewed CCTV footage showing the moment the 16-year-old was fatally shot in the neck.
Agnes was standing inside the shop next to its glass window with friends when the killer, on a bicycle, pulled out a 9mm submachine gun without stopping and fired through the window, the court heard.
A single bullet hit the "popular and successful" schoolgirl in the neck. She collapsed immediately and the killer and his accomplice cycled away as "casually as they arrived", the jury was told.
The two alleged gunmen, Leon Dunkley, 22, and Mohammed Smoured, 21, from Hackney, were part of a gang from nearby London Fields.
Dunkley is accused of shooting the popular schoolgirl and Smoured is accused of acting as a lookout for him. They both deny murder and a firearms charge.
Dunkley and Smoured are on trial alongside two teenagers aged 16, and 17.
One of them was spotted by a police officer throwing a rucksack, containing the gun used to kill Agnes along with a second gun and bullets, into a garden.
Detectives later raided the youngster’s house, which had been used by the gang to store guns and weapons, and recovered a loaded Mac 10 submachine gun, a shotgun and a .38 revolver.

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