Convicted Killer Appears Before Old Bailey Jury For Perivale Murder

Ealing man denies stabbing pensioner


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The Old Bailey has been hearing how a man bled to death after being stabbed by his friend who had previously served a prison term for killing a man in Hanwell.

Mohammed Khaleel,38, was convicted of the manslaughter of David Sheehan, 35, in November 2003.

Mr Sheehan was found stabbed to death in his flat in Boston Road, Hanwell.

After serving his jail term of eight years Mr Khaleel moved to a probation hostel on 23 April 2010.

The jury heard that the following month he met 67-year-old Mr Zubrot near Walpole Park.

Duncan Penny, prosecuting, said Mr Zubrot was last seen walking along Ealing Broadway with Mr Khaleel.

Mr Zubrot's decomposing body was found 10 days later at his home in Buckingham Avenue, Perivale.

Mr Penny said: "He had suffered a series of stab wounds to the neck and back. His throat had been cut.

"The convicted killer Mohammed Khaleel had killed again.

"Again he had cut the throat of his victim. Again his victim had been left to bleed to death in the victim's own home."

Mr Khaleel, 38, of Ealing, west London, denies murder.

The case continues.


22 November 2011

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