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Sunday, 29 April 2012

Gangster guilty of sports pitch knife murder

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A hooded gang member from Bush Hill Park has been found guilty of the murder of a rival in Kilburn last year. Mohammed Hashi, 19, of Agricola Place, and three other gang members knifed Millad Golmakani, 22, to death after ambushing him while he played football on a sports pitch on April 20, 2011. Mr Golmakani was left bleeding to death with 14 separate wounds to the neck and back, and a punctured lung, with his 17-year-old friend lucky to escape with arm injuries after he fled into a grocery store. The victims had been with friends at a basketball court on the Abbey Estate when they were approached by the gang, hooded and wearing balaclavas and armed with knives. At the Old Bailey yesterday, Hashi, Sean Hutton, 19, of Belsize Park, and Sean Ferdinand, 19, of Chalk Farm, were sentenced to life and ordered to serve minimum 22 year sentences. They were also given concurrent 17 year sentences for attempted murder. Lij McSween, 17, of St John's Wood, was convicted of the same charges and given a minimum term of 19 years for murder with a concurrent sentence of 14 years for attempted murder. In a statement, Mr Golmakani’s sister said: “Words cannot describe how much our lives have changed since my dear brother Millad was murdered. Now today and for the rest of our lives we are mourning the loss of my beloved brother. His life was cruelly taken from us.   “We would do anything to have Millad back. No mother should have to bury her 22-year-old son. No brother or sister should feel the deep pain and loss we have felt and continue to feel.”

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