August 24, 2019
Ibrahim Ahmed, Anis Said and Abdullah Mohamed.
I can imagine Germans, Scots or French doing this sort of thing. They were always an untrustworthy bunch.
But not Somalis.
Precious, angelic Somalis.
This has to be a mix-up.
Three criminals used a doctor’s stolen debit cards to buy thousands of pounds worth of euros and sports clothes after he was beaten and robbed during a night out in Manchester.
Ibrahim Ahmed, 27, Anis Said, 26 and Abdullah Mohamed, 27, blew the victim’s cash just hours after he had been hospitalised for the attack which occurred in the city’s Northern Quarter.
Manchester Crown Court heard that the victim, who worked as a locum doctor, had been on a night out with friends when he became heavily intoxicated.
During the course of the evening, he became separated from his friends and was befriended by a group of males, the court heard.
At some stage, the man went to a nearby convenience with the group of men and withdrew a sum of money, prosecutor, Jane Greenhalgh said.
“He recalls at some point the group becoming hostile and he was attacked,” Ms Greenhalgh told the court.
“He remembered being kicked and stamped on whilst on the floor.”
The victim also told police he believed he had been driven somewhere by the group – but due to his intoxication, could not remember how or where.
After escaping from the men, he attended at hospital and was treated for a fractured collar bone and bruising to his cheeks.
Ahmed of Taylor Street, Gorton, was jailed for 21 months.
Mohammed, of Westmam Drive, Manchester, was jailed for 12 months and Said of Darras Road, Manchester, was jailed for 14 months.