The photos are in the jury bundle. Yaqub was a passenger in a car stopped by police on a near junction 24 of the and was fatally shot by a firearms officer. He was found guilty of this offence. Hundreds of mourners gathered for the funeral service at the Jamia Masjid Bilal mosque in Huddersfield. Butlin, 39, previously of Upper Sunny Bank in , but now living on Huddersfield Road in , also faced a charge of having an offensive weapon, namely a push dagger, on the day of the shooting. This -related article is a. Mr Dalby said four unmarked police cars were involved in the incident with one - a Mercedes - cutting across the front of the Audi.
The day we can all see you again can't come quick enough. The woman, who wished not to be named, said: 'I know Yassar very well - but I won't speak about him in respect of the family and their wishes. Chris Bean, 26, said Mr Yaqub had fired three shots at him in the street — and claimed that Mr Yaqub had a reputation for violence on the streets of Huddersfield. He denies charges of possession of a firearm with intent to cause of fear of violence, possession of a sound moderator and possession of ammunition. The discussion lasted 15 to 20 minutes. Minutes before the fatal shooting, the vehicles were parked near the Café de Akbar in Leeds Road, Bradford, while Amin and Mr Yakub had a meal. The two other males, David Butlin, and Rexhino Arapaj,were cleared of firearms charges but Butlin was found guilty of possessing an offensive weapon - a push dagger.
He was arrested on suspicion of carrying out a drive-by shooting in 2009, but the case against him collapsed in 2010, leaving him a free man. One neighbour claimed that he was allegedly a drug dealer and there were cars coming and going all the time. I want answers for what has happened. Hundreds of people attended the funeral service in his home town on Friday morning, more than were able to fit inside the building. They are continuing working with members of the community, partners and local officers to maintain community cohesion and police relations. He said if his son was still alive he would have been acquitted in the case.
Yassar Yaqub was married with two young children and had three sisters. The operation is believed to be the fifth fatal police shooting in England and Wales in nine months. For example, when you search for a film, we use your search information and location to show the most relevant cinemas near you. Yassar Yaqub's family claim he was 'assassinated' in a pre-planned 'hit' by West Yorkshire Police on the M62 outside Huddersfield on Monday evening. He said Arapaj said he lied in his interview because he was frightened of repercussions and was still frightened a year later.
Opening the parcel put a big smile back on her face for two reasons. Several of the arrested men were treated in hospital for injuries not-related to gunshot wounds. I've seen people saying he's a nice guy - that's a load of bull. Yassar Yaqub, 28, from Huddersfield, was a passenger in a car when he was shot near junction 24 of the M62 on 2 January. A user on Facebook posted about the incident saying: 'The news I have just heard has broke my heart in two!! All I can say is thank you so much from me and my family. Yassar Yaqub was the only son he had 3 sisters. Like Oath, our partners may also show you ads that they think match your interests.
Mr Yaqub got into his car from a Scirocco and was told the Scirocco would be following them to Cafe de Akbar. How Oath and our partners bring you better ad experiences To give you a better overall experience, we want to provide relevant ads that are more useful to you. Mr Yaqub's vehicle appeared to have been heading off the M62 towards Huddersfield when it was stopped by at least one unmarked police car that was following it. On Tuesday, the man was as a result of which vehicles were stopped at two separate locations. All five men were arrested on suspicion of possessing a firearm with intent to cause fear, cops added. Moshin Amin, 30, from Drewsbury, is charged with possession of a firearm with intent to cause fear of violence, possession of a sound moderator and possession of ammunition.
All interested editors are invited to and. Former associate Chris Bean, 26, and was lucky not to be killed in the incident. Father-of-two Yassar Yaqub, 28, allegedly had a fearsome reputation on the streets of West Yorkshire but loved-ones maintain he was a devoted family man. Five people were arrested across the two vehicle stops, three in Huddersfield and two in Bradford — and remain in custody. He was our little boy and we miss him. He was remanded in custody and is due to appear before Leeds Crown Court on 3 February.
This site is part of Newsquest's audited local newspaper network. Amin, who the court earlier heard was driving the car in which Mr Yaqub was the passenger, said he did not know Meggy but he had heard of him. Another two men were arrested from a second vehicle 10 miles away in the Bradford area. Yassar proudly posed with a £260,000 Lamborghini Aventador and an array of other fast cars - he claimed to be a car dealer but others say it was just a way for him to launder cash. He has been detained in custody to appear before magistrates on Friday morning, West Yorkshire Police said. They saw me and shot off three rounds which missed during a drive-by shoot out.