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US NewsMan admits murder after driving into shoppers

14:05  07 december  2018
14:05  07 december  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

Man found not guilty of the murder of his partner (29) at their home

Man found not guilty of the murder of his partner (29) at their home Man found not guilty of the murder of his partner (29) at their home

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Mohammed Abdul is accused of driving his car into Blake's nightclub in Gravesend, Kent, on Saturday night. A 21-year-old man is facing a charge of attempted murder for allegedly driving his car into a nightclub in Gravesend, Kent, after earlier being asked to leave.

Man admits murder after driving into shoppers © Reuters The 33-year-old injured 17 pedestrians in the attack, one of whom later died A man who deliberately ploughed a car into Christmas shoppers on a city street in Australia has pleaded guilty to murder.

Saeed Noori injured 17 people when he rammed his mother's vehicle into pedestrians on 21 December last year in Melbourne.

One of the casualties, 83-year-old Antonios Crocaris, died in hospital eight days later.


The 33-year-old, who is now an Australian citizen after arriving in the country as a refugee from Afghanistan in 2004, faces a life sentence after entering his guilty plea at Victoria state supreme court.

Romanian national denies murder of father-of-one Jonathan Duke

Romanian national denies murder of father-of-one Jonathan Duke A ROMANIAN national has denied the murder of a young Irish father of one. Ciprian Grozavu (44) pleaded not guilty to the murder of Jonathan 'Dukie' Duke (27) before a Central Criminal Court jury in Cork. 

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after he drove his car into a busy nightclub, leaving a number of people injured. Kent police say they believe the man had been asked to leave the nightclub following an altercation and drove into the venue shortly afterwards.

A 27-year-old Fremont resident was charged with attempted murder for firing 12 rounds at a vehicle after an argument last month in a drive -thru line, police said. Allan Hsu, 27, of Fremont allegedly got into a verbal dispute with three people around 2:47 a. m . March 30 in the drive -thru line at the

He also admitted to 11 counts of recklessly causing serious injury and five counts of conduct endangering life, which carry maximum sentences of 15 and 10 years respectively.

At an earlier hearing, it was revealed Noori had accessed images and video of violent events in Europe and the US, including terror attacks.

Man admits murder after driving into shoppers © Getty Saeed Noori following his arrest and the vehicle he was driving. Pic: @Lachlanve However, he was not charged with terror offences.

His lawyers previously told the court that Noori suffers from mental health problems and it was likely he had not eaten or slept for days before the attack.

He will be sentenced in February.

It was the second time a car had been driven into pedestrians in Melbourne in 2017.

In January, six people were killed and more than 30 were injured by a vehicle driven up a busy shopping area.

A supreme court jury last month convicted James Gargasoulas on 33 charges, including six counts of murder.

Gargasoulas will be sentenced in January. That incident was also not judged to be a terror attack.

'I don’t believe this person was actually her boyfriend' - sister of murdered Nicola Collins.
The family of Nicola Collins said they don’t believe the man convicted of murdering her was her boyfriend, despite reports that said they were together. Cathal O'Sullivan (45) received a mandatory life sentence as he was convicted of the murder of mother-of-three Nicola Collins (38) by a Central Criminal Court jury in Cork yesterday. But Nicole’s sister Carly said that her family had never heard of O’Sullivan and have doubts that the pair were a couple. “I don’t believe this person was actually her boyfriend, even though I think it was part of what corroborated his story,” Carly told Today with Sean O’Rourke on RTÉ Radio One.

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