A Barking drug dealer has been jailed for life with a minimum of 23 years for murdering a teenager in a gang-related revenge attack.
The parents of a murdered teenager have told a court of the devastating impact of their son’s death on their lives as five people - including a man from Barking - await sentencing for their part in the killing.
A 20-year-old drug dealer from Barking accused of murdering a teenager was not part of the group that attacked him, it has been claimed.
The step-sister of a stabbed teenager held his hand as he struggled to breathe following a knife attack near his father’s home, a court heard.
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