Two men and three teenagers have been convicted of murdering a 19-year-old father in an attack which saw shots fired into a shop near a busy cinema.
Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, 19, was knifed to death in Wood Green after a group of gang-members went out hunting for suspected rivals and set upon their victims “like a pack of animals” in Wood Green, North London.
Police said the culprits, who were carrying machetes, guns and even a sword- knifed the two men in a “petty postcode rivalry,” shooting one, then bragged about their violence online afterwards in drill music videos.
Two men and three teenagers were yesterday convicted with murder following a trial following the violent attack on February 22 that killed the young dad.
Kamali was stabbed as he fled from a car he had used to try to distract his attackers while they attacked his 20-year-old friend, in a desperate manoeuvre that spared his friend but ultimately cost him his own life.