#AceNewsReport – Dec.19: Jaden Moodie just 14yrs-of-age was hunted down and struck by a car before being stabbed to death in a frenzied attack in east London: Ayoub Majdouline, 19 (12.08.00), of Wembley, was sentenced at the Old Bailey today, Wednesday, 18 December to life imprisonment to serve a minimum of 21 years:
MET [Image: Victim Jaden Moodie, 14]
He was found guilty of murder and possession of an offensive weapon at the same court on Wednesday, 11 December following a trial: Jaden was riding a moped when he was deliberately targeted and was struck head on by a car in Bickley Road, Leyton, shortly before 18:30hrs on Tuesday, 8 January: Officers and paramedics from the London Ambulance Service attended and found him suffering stab injuries. Despite the best efforts of the emergency services, and members of the public who rushed over to help, Jaden was pronounced dead at the scene at 19:09hrs: A special post-mortem examination held at Walthamstow Mortuary on Wednesday, 9 January gave the cause of death has hypovolemic shock and stab wounds to the torso. The pathologist noted that Jaden had nine stab wounds.
The jury heard that Majdouline was in a black B class Mercedes with four other males on the evening of Tuesday, 8 January who were driving around streets of Leyton looking for rival gang members: Shortly before 18:30hrs, they spotted Jaden riding a moped in the opposite direction. As they approached Jaden, the driver deliberately swerved across the road and rammed the moped head on with such force that Jaden was catapulted onto the car’s bonnet and his helmet came off.
The Mercedes reversed a few feet and four males, who had their faces covered, jumped out of the car: Three males, including Majdouline who was wearing yellow rubber gloves, stabbed Jaden nine times in seven seconds while he was lying defenceless on the ground. The males then got back into the car and it sped off towards Capworth Street: Jaden was found unresponsive in a pool of his own blood after being left to die in the street by his attackers: The whole incident, from the collision to the Mercedes fleeing the scene, lasted around 14 seconds.
Homicide detectives from Specialist Crime launched a murder investigation and immediately began gathering evidence including forensics, reviewing hundreds of hours of CCTV and interviewing witnesses: Detectives located the suspect vehicle, which had frontal damage, on the afternoon of Wednesday, 9 January dumped in a parking bay in Cochrane Court, just over one mile from the murder scene. CCTV revealed the car was dumped around five minutes after the murder and caught the five occupants walking calmly away. Enquiries established that the car had been stolen from a residential burglary in E7 between 1 and 2 January: A crime scene was put in place around the abandoned car, and officers located a knife covered in blood disposed in a drain between 10 to 15 feet away from the vehicle. A further search of other nearby drains resulted in a pair of yellow rubber gloves being found. Two further two knives were located in the same drain as the first, found buried under a layer of leaves: The bloody knife and gloves were sent off for urgent testing. The blood on the knife and gloves were identified as belonging to Jaden, and DNA found on the knife handle and inside the gloves identified Majdouline.
Majdouline was captured on CCTV calmly walking into a shop in Church Road about 10 minutes after the murder to buy a soft drink: Majdouline was still wearing the top with a grey hood and the black trainers with white soles that he was wearing during the attack. However, he was no longer wearing the outer black jacket or the blue jeans.
Majdouline was next caught on CCTV returning to his Wembley home at about 10:30hrs on Wednesday, 9 January: He was no longer wearing the distinctive black trainers with the white soles, but a pair of darker covered trainers. He also no longer had the purple plastic drawstring bag he was wearing when he left his home address on the afternoon of Monday, 7 January.
A few days after the murder, officers found a pile of burnt clothing in a churchyard not far from where the car was abandoned and the shop that Majdouline visited: When the remains were examined, officers found part of a purple plastic drawstring bag which was the same as what Majdouline was seen carrying and the distinctive black trainers with the white soles worn by Majdouline during the murder. Furthermore, a black T-shirt and some blue jeans that were recovered had Majdouline’s DNA on them in the inside: A section 8 warrant was executed at Majdouline’s home address on Tuesday, 15 January and a number of items were seized including the blue jogging bottoms Majdouline was seen wearing on CCTV on the day of Jaden’s murder.
Majdouline returned to his home address on Saturday, 19 January and he was arrested by police shortly after 01:05hrs: Officers searched his room and the hoodie he was wearing on the day of Jaden’s murder was seized. Majdouline was interviewed twice and answered no comment to all the questions put to him: He was charged later that same day with the murder of Jaden Moodie and possession of an offensive weapon.
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