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Thursday, 7 September 2017

Teenager acted like a 'little gangster' in 'dreadful attack' on partially-sighted man


Teenager acted like a 'little gangster' in 'dreadful attack' on partially-sighted man
Teenager acted like a 'little gangster' in 'dreadful attack' on partially-sighted man


Teenager acted like a 'little gangster' in 'dreadful attack' on partially-sighted man

Usman Khan, 18, of Salt Street, Manningham, hit his 'vulnerable' victim with a chair in his head and chest


A “LITTLE gangster” who attacked a partially-sighted man with a chair outside his Bradford home has been warned he faces a lifetime of prison sentences unless he changes his ways.


Usman Khan, 18, was one of three men who went to Mahboob Hussain’s house on Carlisle Place in Manningham on July 5 to confront him and Mohammed Imran.

Prosecutor Alisha Kaye told Bradford Crown Court that Mr Hussain, who suffers from “tunnel vision”, and Mr Imran had been in the house when they received a call from Khan in relation to a dispute over the theft of a pipe from a hairdressers shop.


After the call ended, Khan, of nearby Salt Street, Manningham, and two accomplices went to the address, where they began shouting and making threats to smash the windows and damage a car parked outside.

Miss Kaye said that the three men then picked up stones and bricks and began hurling them at the house, almost hitting Mr Hussain’s grandchildren, aged three and eight, who were at the property at the time.

As the defendant began walking away, Mr Hussain came out of the house to follow the men with his two daughters, one of whom began filming the group on her phone. When Khan saw this, he turned back towards the house and picked up a chair from outside a neighbouring car showroom.







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