3 Men Guilty of Murdering Teenager After 21 Stab Wounds in Cardiff

Fahad Nur, 18

Two brothers and their friend have been found guilty for the murder of an 18-year-old man during a brutal knife attack in Cardiff lane. The young man suffered 21 stab and slash wounds from the attack. 

Mustafa & Abdulgalil Aldobhani and Shafique Shaddad initially denied murdering Fahad Nur, but after a two month trial the three men have been unanimously convicted by a jury a Cardiff Crown Court.

A witness said he saw Mr Nur bundled up as his attackers were kicking him in the head, with another one kicking him in the stomach as he clenched up on the floor.

The witness also described how he realised the teenager had been stabbed, as he was in and out of consciousness.

The attack was described as ‘brutal’ and ‘relentless’ by prosecutor Michael Jones QC, when he opened the case in November last year.

“Such was the ferocity of that attack that he sustained multiple stab and slash wounds, 21, including a fatal stab injury to his heart. He died of those injuries at the University Hospital of Wales. He was 18 at the time of his death,” said Mr Jones.

One of the attackers, Abdulgalil Aldobhani, waas arrested alongside his girlfriend at Heathrow airport. They had bought tickets to Morocco, but were picked up as they attempted to board the plane.

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George Day

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