Uk news Teen drug dealer 'lured to death in drug turf war revenge attack' court told PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Abdirahim Mohamed, 18, was beaten and stabbed by a group of masked men, a murder trial heard.

Uk news Teen drug dealer 'lured to death in drug turf war revenge attack' court told PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Abdirahim Mohamed, 18, was beaten and stabbed by a group of masked men, a murder trial heard.

Uk news  Teen drug dealer 'lured to death in drug turf war revenge attack' court told PremierLeague-News.Com
21 June 2022 - 12:00

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Seven men have gone on trial accused of murdering a teenager in what the prosecution have characterised as a drugs turf war. The alleged victim Abdirahim Mohamed, 18, was knifed seven times and also suffered a severe head injury. It was claimed that Abdirahim had earlier robbed drug-dealing rivals of a mobile phone that contained a valuable list of their customers. His death, which occurred in Leicester in September 2021, was therefore an alleged revenge attack, a court heard on June 20. Prosecutor James House QC told a Leicester Crown Court jury that Abdirahim was "set up" and "lured" to a street by one of the alleged killers who was posing as a client wanting drugs. He was allegedly ambushed by a group who arrived in vehicles armed with weapons, on the night of September 8, 2021, Leicestershire Live reports. Read More Related Articles Russia warns UK will 'cease to exist' if Lithuania standoff triggers nuclear WW3 Read More Related Articles Venus could be 'more habitable' than previously thought, scientists claim The accused men, who all deny murder, are Rizwan Gul, 26, Zakir Brant, 26, Mohammed Israfeel Gul, 28, Daniel Pollard, 30, Mohammed Hansrod, 30, Abdul Hemid Suleman, 59, and Bhavic Parmar, 26. Opening the prosecution case, James House QC said: "At 11.40pm on September 8 last year, a young man, Abdirahim Mohamed, was chased, caught, beaten, stabbed seven times and left bleeding to death. Despite the efforts of those living nearby, who came to his aid (in the Melbourne Street area), along with the police and paramedics, he couldn't be saved. "He died 1.21am on September 9, at Leicester Royal Infirmary. The cause of death was a combination of a large skull fracture, causing injury to his brain, and two of the seven stab wounds, resulting in serious internal injuries and significant blood loss." Top news stories today Love triangle at Scots zoo turns violent Murderer beat up female prison guard Woman has same cancer that killed mum Farmer dies after horror 'cow attack' The prosecutor said Abdirahim was a "drug dealer" and the defendants set him up by getting Abdul Suleman to lure him to the area on the pretext of buying drugs. Mr House said: "When they knew Abdirahim was where they wanted him to be they drove, in two cars to the location armed with, at the very least, two knives, probably more, as well as bats, poles or pieces of wood. "All were wearing balaclavas or masks with hoods up to hide their identities. Having attacked Abdirahim they made good their escape in one of the two cars they arrived in, leaving the other at the scene - which wasn't part of the plan as they'd accidentally dropped the car keys next to the man they'd attacked." Mr House told the jury: "The reason he was attacked was because he was a "rival drug dealer." A few nights earlier, on September 6, Abdirahim and others launched "an attack" on an address associated with Rizwan Gul, who was there with Mohammed Hansrod - and another man, Fahad Ali Saleem, who suffered injury and required hospital treatment. Abdirahim Mohamed (Image: Leicestershire Live) Read More Related Articles Scots teacher accused of groping and kissing teen pupil 'told headteacher she couldn't remember incident' Read More Related Articles Monkeypox cases in Scotland increase to 18 The prosecutor claimed that Abdirahim, and those with him, robbed Rizwan Gul of his car keys.

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. One handset contained customer contact details, said to have been useful for Abdirahim and his associates to take over supplying to their rivals' clients, Mr House said. He continued: "It's what's commonly known as a turf war, with rival dealers vying for customers and prepared to attack one another in order to obtain them. Having been attacked and robbed, Rizwan Gul and the others set about exacting revenge and it led to the attack on Abdirahim. "Having attacked and killed him, many of those involved left Leicester and, within hours, five of the attackers arrived in Birmingham, in the early hours of September 9. The remaining two, Abdul Suleman and Mohammed Hansrod, stayed in Leicester." Read More Related Articles Woman found dead in Glasgow flat as police stand guard Read More Related Articles Huge eagle shaped cloud spotted hovering over mountain on Isle of Arran Suleman claimed to have been a witness to the attack, but the police did not believe him and he was arrested on September 10. Hansrod initially stayed local, before travelling to Birmingham with his girlfriend, on the night of September 10. Mr House said: "The prosecution say the fact the defendants went to Birmingham, hours after the killing, is compelling evidence as to who was involved in this murder. They were all part of a group, who arrived at the scene in two cars, to attack Abdirahim." Mr House said the prosecution was unable to say who had delivered which blow and with which weapons. However, he added: "That doesn't matter. They all went there with the same intention, that Abdirahim would be attacked and at the very least seriously injured." Read More Related Articles Couple who have been dating for two years fear they may share the same dad Read More Related Articles Mum shares cleaning hack to get rid of tile grout with no scrubbing involved Mr House alleged Suleman's "similarly critical role" was to lure Abdirahim and to inform the others when he arrived - and they were all "jointly responsible." Three other men are also on trial charged with assisting an offender - which they deny - by allegedly providing help, such as clothing or transport. They are Fahad Ali Saleem (26), of Frederick Street, Spinney Hills, Khatib Gull (58), of Apollo Court, Highfields and Adam Brant (29) of Bale Road, Northfields. Mr House told the jury: "The prosecution allege these three assisted one or more of the defendants after the killing, by getting them away from Leicester, or supporting them in some way, whilst in Birmingham - knowing they'd been involved in the attack on Abdirahim, or knew they'd been involved in some crime, at the very least." The trial continues. Don't miss the latest news from around Scotland and beyond - Sign up to our daily newsletter here. READ NEXT: Read More Related Articles UK holidaymakers in Spain face £645 fine for going to toilet in sea in new beach rules Read More Related Articles 'Worst ever' litter of unwell puppies as charity urge public not to buy bulldogs

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