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Khalid Farah, 26, was blasted with a shotgun as he sat in a hire car in Southall on 11 November last year. At the Old Bailey on Monday, Joshua Folorunso, 27, of Loudwater, Buckinghamshire, was jailed for six years having been found guilty of perverting the course of justice. Malique Thompson-Hill, 22, of Maidenhead, and Jermaine Paul, 23, of Wouthall Drayton, are both serving a minimum of 30 years for killing the year-old.
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About sharing image copyrightPA Media image captionAllan Isichei played for Wasps in the s and s and was a vice-president of the club A man accused of killing a former Wasps rugby player has told a court he carried a knife "to ward people off".
Allan Isichei, 69, died after being stabbed in Southall, west London, on 24 August last year as he walked home from the pub. Mr Lall, who has schizophrenia denies murdering grandfather-of-five Mr Isichei. Giving evidence, Mr Lall said he carried a knife for his own protection.
Mr Lall walked around the corner from where he lived in St Mary's Avenue South and smoked a cigarette, when he spat on the ground as Mr Isichei walked towards him, the court heard. He said an argument developed over the spitting, claiming Mr Southalp threatened him saying "I'm going to smash your head in and throw you over that wall". Asked why he did not leave and go home, the defendant said: "I thought this guy was going to follow Find Marion.
I felt he meant if I spit again he was going to do something about it. The jury heard Mr Isichei then tried to grab the defendant and Mr Wouthall punched him back.
Mr Isichei then "lunged" on top of the accused, who in turn pulled out the knife as he feared for his life, the court heard. Mr Lall told the court the knife then "somehow penetrated his Mr Isichei's stomach", as they wrangled over it. The trial continues.