A teenager is on trial for the murder of 18-year-old Sait Mboob in Moss Side . The 17-year-old, who can't be named for legal reasons, has gone on trial accused of murdering Sait, 18. The fourth day of the trial is due to start this morning, as the prosecution's case continues. Prosecutors say they cannot prove which of the gang killed Sait, and allege it was a joint offence committed by the defendant together with the other members of his group.
A teenager stabbed in the alleged gang attack in which Sait Mboob died told a jury of the ‘rivalry’ between different areas of Manchester. The boy was giving evidence to a jury at Manchester Crown Court on the fourth day of the murder trial. A 17-year-old boy is charged with the murder of Sait, 18, who died following what prosecutors say was ‘group-on-group violence’ between alleged members of the Ardwick and Longsight 7M gang and rivals in Moss Side.
A member of a gang which 'hunted down' and killed Sait Mboob in Moss Side is on trial at Manchester Crown Court. The 17-year-old, who can't be named for legal reasons, has gone on trial accused of murdering Sait, 18. Prosecutors say they cannot prove which of the gang killed Sait, and allege it was a joint offence committed by the defendant together with the other members of his group. The boy is alleged to have been a member of the Ardwick and Longsight-based 7M gang.
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