Adrian Keeling Prosecution Junior in Trial Following the First Ever Extradition from the UAE

Thu, 27 May 2010

Assassin 'aide' jailed for two years
A MAN who destroyed vital evidence in a bid to cover up for two “assassins” who had carried out the “cold and calculated” killing of a disabled man outside his home in Birmingham has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
Jeleel Ahmed fled to Dubai after Shanwaz Ali was stabbed by two men in January 2006 and was the first person to be extradited from the Arab country to the UK.
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