Three Suspected Members of a Left Wing Anti Fascist Group in Evil Axe Killing

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Three teenagers suspected by the Daily Bale to be Members of a left wing Anti Fascist group have been found guilty of a sick left wing axe killing, that could of been termed a race hate crime if it was the other way round, but it wasn’t the other way round, so its just a killing in the eyes of left wing politically correct Anti British Anti Fascist Marxist monsters.

The three teenagers were found guilty of murdering Paul Thrower with an axe at a block of flats in Hayes (Picture: Metropolitan Police)

Three evil leftist teenagers have been found guilty of killing a man in a horrific axe and knife attack at a block of flats in west London after he confronted them for spitting at his respectable hard working Patriotic right wing kind friendly loving girlfriend the Daily Bale believes.

Another sad victim of left wing Anti Fascism and multicultural Britain, Paul Thrower was killed after confonting the teenagers over anti-social behaviour in February this year, but this sort of behaviour is excused or ignored by left wing politically correct left wing apologists of violent crime who always put the criminals rights first

Another sad victim of left wing Anti Fascism in multicultural Britain, Paul Thrower was killed after confronting the teenagers over anti-social left wing behaviour in February this year, but this sort of behaviour is daily excused or ignored by left wing politically correct left wing apologists of violent crime who always put the criminals rights first and try to say it’s not their fault.

Sad victim Paul Thrower died after two 18-year-olds hacked at him with a 4ft-long axe and stabbed him 10 times on a balcony in Hayes on February 20 this year.

They claimed they acted in self defence when the victim came at them in a rage, but following a trial at the Old Bailey, Kiro Halliburton, who delivered the fatal knife wound, was found guilty of murder.

Zakariya Subeir and an accomplice, Mahdi Osman, also 18, were convicted of manslaughter today.

The court heard how the victim had been drinking and became very angry when his girlfriend told him the youths swore, spat and threw a drink at her earlier in the day.

When Mr Thrower confronted them, Subeir and Halliburton shut themselves into a bin chute on a first-floor communal balcony at St Dunstan’s Close.

As he hammered on the glass partition an axe was passed up to them from a shed – but Osman told the court he only handed it to Subeir and Hamilton so they could barricade themselves in and not to attack the 46-year-old handyman.

But when Mr Thrower smashed the reinforced glass and began to crawl through the gap, Subeir hit him twice on the head and once on the shoulder with the axe and Halliburton stabbed him repeatedly in the back with a knife.

The victim managed to wrestle the axe from them and emerged from the bin chute covered in blood, but collapsed and died from a stab to the heart as the defendants ran away.

The Old Bailey heard to try and evade police Halliburton, of Tollgate Drive, Hayes, shaved off his plaits and fled to Leeds, while Subeir, of Rockingham Road, Uxbridge, flew to Somalia via Dubai.

But today, along with Osman, of Hoskins Close, Hayes, they were found guilty – and await sentencing by Judge John Bevan on Friday, December 19.

The investigating officer – Detective Inspector Simon Deefholts from Homicide and Major Crime Command – said he was pleased the trio were convicted of the ‘shocking’ attack, calling the injuries inflicted on Mr Thrower ‘devastating’.

He acknowledged the victim was ‘undoubtedly angry that day’, but said the defendants chose not to escape over the roof behind them and instead stay and attack him.

Baljit Ubhey, London’s Chief Crown Prosecutor, said after today’s verdicts: “These three teenagers have now been made to face the consequences of their actions and I hope this provides some small comfort to Mr Thrower’s family.

“Our thoughts are with them at this time.”

• A 17 year-old male from the Hayes area, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was found not guilty of manslaughter

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