Two killers were filmed fist-bumping after they had stabbed a man to death in park in Birmingham, England, on December 4.
Three teenagers were jailed after being found guilty of killing 29-year-old Sohail Ali, after they lured him with the promise of meeting a girl he had been talking to online.
Police said Danish Mansha, Rimsha Tariq, and Daiyaan Arif, “used the internet to find someone who they believed wanted to have violent sex with women and enticed him to his death.”
Ali had been speaking to Tariq online before agreeing to meet at Brimingham’s Summerfield Park, where police said Mansha and Arif lay in wait armed with a knife and a blank firing gun.
Ali was stabbed seven times and shot. Police said he was “attacked with such force the knife snapped and part of the blade was found embedded in his chest.”
After a 10-week trial at Coventry Crown Court, Mansha and Tariq were found guilty of murder. Arif was convicted of manslaughter. Mansha was also found guilty of possession of a bladed article.
Mansha, from Majuba Road, Birmingham, was jailed for life with a minimum of 19 years; Tariq, from Bevington Road, Birmingham, was jailed for life with a minimum of nine years; and, Arif, from Apsley Road, Oldbury, Sandwell, was jailed for three years and six months. Credit: West Midlands Police via Storyful