青少年, 17, denies murdering ex-Tory activist's aspiring lawyer son

青少年, 17, denies murdering ex-Tory activist’s aspiring lawyer son, 22, who was stabbed to death by gang ‘in case of mistaken identitywhen he went to buy a bagel

  • Sven Badzak set upon by youths while walking in northwest London in February
  • The lawyer was chased, then knifed repeatedly before he was pronounced dead
  • Prosecutor said it was clear the 22-year-old was a victim of mistaken identity
  • 犯罪嫌疑人, 无法命名的人, appeared via video-link earlier this morning
  • A teenager accused of murdering the son of a Tory activist in a case of mistaken identity when he went to buy a bagel denied the charge at the Old Bailey today.

    Aspiring lawyer Sven Badzak, 22, was set upon by up to six youths as he was walking along Willesden Lane, Kilburn, northwest 伦敦, with his 16-year-old friend.

    Mr Badzak and the teenager were chased at around 5.30pm on February 6 and became separated.

    The attackers caught up with Mr Badzak and he was knifed repeatedly and pronounced dead at the scene.

    His 16-year-old friend also suffered multiple stab injuries but managed to escape into a shop in Willesden Lane.

    Officers investigating the murder of 22-year-old Sven Badzak in Kilburn continue to appeal for more witnesses to come forward

    Gedel, from Ilford in east London, is charged with murdering 22-year-old Mr Badzak(图为)  in Kilburn, 伦敦西北部, 在二月 6

    Officers investigating the murder of 22-year-old Sven Badzak (图为) in Kilburn continue to appeal for more witnesses to come forward

    Sven Badzak met Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a child. He was stabbed to death on his way to pick up some orange juice

    Sven Badzak met Prime Minister Boris Johnson as a child. He was stabbed to death on his way to pick up some orange juice

    图为: Police parked at the scene of a stabbing on Willesden Lane on February 7, 2021

    图为: Police parked at the scene of a stabbing on Willesden Lane on February 7, 2021

    Mr Badzak's mother, a former Tory party activist, said her son was walking to a bagel shop when he was knifed to death in the attack, involving six people, 在二月 6

    Mr Badzak’s mother, a former Tory party activist, said her son was walking to a bagel shop when he was knifed to death in the attack, involving six people, 在二月 6

    The teenage suspect, 16 at the time but now 17, appeared court via video-link from Feltham Young Offenders’ Institution, speaking to confirm his identity and deny murdering Mr Badzak and attempting to murder his friend.

    He cannot be named for legal reasons.

    His co-defendants, Rashid Gedel, 20, and Shiroh Ambersley, 21, earlier denied murdering Mr Badzak and attempting to murder his 16-year-old friend.

    Anthony Orchard, 质量控制, 起诉, earlier, said it was clear Mr Badzak was a victim of mistaken identity.

    他说: ‘Sven Badzak was pronounced life extinct at 6.28pm that evening. Neither victim was a gang member or associate. They were victims of mistaken identity.

    Sven’s mother, former Conservative Party activist Jasna Badzak, said her son had gone to a shop to get orange juice and then to the bagel shop when he was attacked.

    Sven was privately educated at Wetherby and Portland Place schools before attending Roehampton University.

    Judge Anuja Dhir remanded the teenager in custody ahead of his trial at the Old Bailey on 18 July next year.

    He denied murder and attempted murder.

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