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Australia Man is charged over the fatal stabbing of a much-loved teenager, 17, who was killed for his CAP in a violent ambush after a petty argument

00:50  09 october  2019
00:50  09 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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a chair sitting in front of a building: Haunting footage from the scene showed paramedics working on one of the brothers as he lay in a pool of his own blood on the quiet suburban street© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Haunting footage from the scene showed paramedics working on one of the brothers as he lay in a pool of his own blood on the quiet suburban street A man has been charged over the fatal stabbing of a much-loved teenager who was killed after a carload of thugs tried to steal his cap.

Maaka Hakiwai, 17, died after five young men ambushed him and his brother on September 28 while walking down a quiet street in Melbourne's Kings Park.

An 18-year-old man from Sydenham in the city's west has been charged with murder, armed robbery and intentionally cause serious injury.

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a person smiling for the camera: Maaka Hakiwai, 17, (pictured) died after five young men ambushed him and his brother, on September 28 while walking down a quiet street in Melbourne's Kings Park.© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Maaka Hakiwai, 17, (pictured) died after five young men ambushed him and his brother, on September 28 while walking down a quiet street in Melbourne's Kings Park. Hakiwai's brother Nate, 18, was also stabbed during the brutal attack and sustained serious injuries.

In the wake of Maaka's tragic death, his family created a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of his funeral.

The fundraiser managed to raise more than $70,000 from 800 donors.

a group of people standing in front of a car: Placed in an open casket, family members and friends honoured their loved one with a traditional Maori haka both during the service and upon him being carried from the funeral home© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Placed in an open casket, family members and friends honoured their loved one with a traditional Maori haka both during the service and upon him being carried from the funeral home During his funeral last week, hundreds of friends and family gathered to pay their respects for the teenager.

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His older brother Nate, who was still hospitalised from his injuries managed to work up the strength to farewell his 'best mate'.

Placed in an open casket, family members and friends honoured their loved one with a traditional Maori haka both during the service and upon him being carried from the funeral home.

a group of people posing for the camera: The boys' parents told Daily Mail Australia 'Maaka and Nate were not only brothers they were best friends.' (pictured Nate: left and Maaka: right)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The boys' parents told Daily Mail Australia 'Maaka and Nate were not only brothers they were best friends.' (pictured Nate: left and Maaka: right)

Maaka and his older brother had only been living in the neighbourhood for six weeks before the fatal attack.

The boys' parents told Daily Mail Australia 'Maaka and Nate were not only brothers they were best friends.'

a group of people standing on a sidewalk: Hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects to the teenager during the funeral service last week (pictured)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Hundreds of people gathered to pay their respects to the teenager during the funeral service last week (pictured) 'They did everything together, born less than a year apart. The boys were inseparable and loved by all who knew them,' they said.

The 18-year-old will appear at Melbourne's Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

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