Three guilty in murder attempt of teenager in Birmingham

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UK: Two men, Zidann Edwards and Diago Anderson and a teenager, were found guilty of attempting murder of a teenage boy. The 13-year-old boy had been shot, that left him in a paralysed condition. The teenager was reportedly shot from a homemade gun, and attack was totally unprovoked. The trio was found guilty on 2nd August at Birmingham Crown Court.

Diago Anderson had also been charged with possessing a firearm with the intention of endangering life and keeping a prohibited weapon. The footage seized showed Edwards, a resident of Ford Street and Diago, whose address is unknown, were seen running from the scene and driving off . The shooting had took place in an underpass at Hockley Circus, Birmingham.

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Edwards Anderson and an unnamed teenager were indulged in the protection of their region from rival gangs. And the 13-year-old victim had trespassed their area unknowingly which led to the fatal assault. Michael Duck QC, the prosecutor, said: “The victim was in the wrong place at the wrong time.” The victim , along with his friends were out to get food when this unfortunate incident had taken place.

Detective Inspector Michelle Cordell, from West Midlands Police CID, said: “The unprovoked and ruthless actions of Zidann Edwards, Diago Anderson and the 17-year-old teenager has turned the life upside down of an innocent 13-year-old boy and his family forever.

This has been such an unfortunate incident in their lives and he expressed his concerns over rising gun-violence activities in the country.Further, appealing to the community to come forward together against such gang-related crimes and gun culture.

The sentences for them will be announced on October 7th.

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