Gang sentenced for Jevon murder

FIVE were sentenced to a total of 80 years for the murder of a teenage trainee mechanic in 2007. The gang, all from the Lisson Green Estate, had all found guilty of participating in the brutal beating and stabbing of 18-year-old Jevon Henry At the Old Bai

FIVE were sentenced to a total of 80 years for the murder of a teenage trainee mechanic in 2007.

The gang, all from the Lisson Green Estate, had all found guilty of participating in the brutal beating and stabbing of 18-year-old Jevon Henry

At the Old Bailey today, Judge Giles Forrester gave Muhid Abdul, 25, who wielded the knife which struck the fatal blow, was sentenced to 19 years in prison

His brother Kamal, 21, was sentenced to 15 years, along with and Jubed Miah, 26, and Taz Uddin, 22.

Toufajul Miah 21, who used a hammer to rain down violent blows on Jevon, was given a16 year sentence.