Sudden Jihad Syndrome: UK College Student Knifed to Death in Street By Giggling Muslim
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Kieran Crump-Raiswell was knifed to death in a Manchester street in January. (Manchester Evening Star)
Kieran Crump-Raiswell was looking for work when he was attacked.
CCTV images show Kieran’s killer hid in bushes before stabbing the ‘oblivious’ teenager in the chest.
Kieran, 18, was heading to look for a job when Imran Hussain, 27, walked up to him and “without warning” stabbed him four times in the chest, Manchester Crown Court was told.
A teenage gap-year student was knifed to death in the street in broad daylight by a “laughing” stranger in Manchester, a jury has heard.
Kieran Crump-Raiswell, 18, was heading to look for a job when Imran Hussain, 27, walked up to him and “without warning” stabbed him four times in the chest, Manchester Crown Court was told.
Witnesses to the shocking scene in Whalley Range said Hussain appeared to be “sniggering” as he ran to his car and drove off, jurors heard.
The killing was the second of two street assaults committed on total strangers within 12 days in January.
Mature student Hussain, from Bracknell, Berkshire, drove from his student flat in Coventry on January 4 and punched a man in the face in Nottingham and ran off.