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Wednesday, 8 February 2017

Bradford cab driver Mohammed Zubair found guilty of double murder

Bradford cab driver Mohammed Zubair found guilty of double murder
Bradford cab driver Mohammed Zubair found guilty of double murder


Bradford cab driver Mohammed Zubair found guilty of double murder

A CAB driver who fled the country after two men were brutally killed in his home was this afternoon found guilty by a jury of “calculated, cold-blooded murder”.
Mohammed Zubair flew to Pakistan to evade justice after dumping the bodies in a quiet lane as part of a clearly thought out plan, the trial at Bradford Crown Court was told.
Zubair, 36, had denied murdering his wife’s lover, Amhedin Khyel, and Mr Khyel’s friend, Imran Khan, in the living room of his house in Health Terrace, Barkerend, Bradford, in May 2011.


He stood impassively in the dock as the jury returned its unanimous verdict late this afternoon. 
He will be sentenced tomorrow by Judge Rodney Jameson QC who presided over the trial.
The judge will first read victim impact statements from the families of the dead men and hear mitigation from Zubair’s barrister, Peter Doyle QC.
During the trial, it was heard that Zubair became enraged when he saw Mr Khyel in his living room on the evening of May 10, 2011.
He had discovered that his wife, Kainaat Bibi, had been having an affair with the 35-year-old Afghan electrician, who lived in London with his wife and seven children.




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