45 years for an MRE tried for murder and attempted murder

45 years for an MRE tried for murder and attempted murder
45 years for an MRE tried for murder and attempted murder

Ahmed Alid, 45, a Moroccan resident of Hartlepool, is accused of the murder of Terrence Carney, 70, and the attempted murder of Javed Nouri. Arrested by the police, he declared during his interrogation that he had killed the British septuagenarian in Hartlepool, a town in the north-east of England, because “Israel had killed innocent children”. “They killed children and I killed an old man,” he said. According to prosecutors, the Moroccan attacked his roommate, Iranian asylum seeker Javed Nouri around 5:15 a.m. on October 15 – eight days after the Hamas attack on Israel that sparked the Gaza war – on Wharton Terrace, stabbed him repeatedly in the chest, legs and mouth while he slept. Nouri survived. Prosecutors say Alid then ran outside, encountered Carney on a morning walk and stabbed him six times. The British pensioner succumbs to his injuries.

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Last April, a jury at Teesside Crown Court found Alid guilty of murder, attempted murder and assaulting police officers during questioning. For Judge Bobbie Cheema-Grubb, the accused showed “no real remorse or pity” for his victims. “The murder of Terence Carney was a terrorist act in which you hoped to influence the British government,” she said. He added: “You hoped to frighten the British people and undermine the freedoms they enjoy. » Friday, she sentenced the Moroccan forty-year-old to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole before 45 years, reports Associated Press.

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