SEVEN men who were involved in a plot to derail a manslaughter trial by bribing and intimidating jurors have been handed prison sentences totalling more than 48 years. The gang was sentenced today over the plot which included attempts to offer jury members bribes of £500. A fire alarm at Leeds Crown Court was also deliberately set off and jurors were filmed by gang members as they gathered at an assembly point outside the building.
A deadly ‘armoury’ of guns and explosives were uncovered by police at an industrial unit controlled by brothers Raja and Jonaade Hussain. The pair were found guilty of possessing firearms and explosives at a trial earlier this year. Leeds jury tampering gang get jail sentences totalling 48 years over attempts to derail manslaughter trial: Click here for moreThe YEP can now report how West Yorkshire Police made the discovery at Bad Boy Motors, in Hunslet, two years ago.
Have your sayTHREE men have been found guilty of murder over the fatal shooting 19-year-old Raheem Wilks at a barber's shop in Leeds. Keal Richards, Jaydn Manners and Tremaine Wisdom were today found guilty of murdering Raheem Wilks in what prosecutors described as a killing which "had all the hallmarks of a gangland shooting".
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Selecting a term
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