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Three men have been jailed for life after they were found guilty of the racially-motivated murder of white Glasgow teenager Kriss Donald.

Faisal Mushtaq, 27, Zeeshan Shahid, 28, and his brother Imran Shahid, 29, had denied murdering Kriss, 15, in 2004.

Kriss’s mother Angela – quiet during the trial – shouted: “You bastards,” as the jury delivered its verdict.

Imran Shahid must serve a minimum of 25 years, Zeeshan Shahid, 23 years minimum and Mushtaq, at least 22 years.

Outside the court, Ms Donald, 42, thanked police, the prosecution and witnesses.

She said: “Justice has been done, thank you – it is over.”

The six week trial had heard that her son had shouted: “I’m only 15, what have I done?” as he was dragged from the street and into a car.

The gang took him on a 200-mile journey to Dundee and back while they made phone calls looking for a house to take him to.

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Having no success, they returned to Glasgow and took him to the quiet Clyde Walkway, near Celtic FC’s training ground.

There, they held his arms and stabbed him 13 times before dousing him with petrol and setting him alight while he may still have been alive.

The jury of nine women and six men took about eight-and-a-half hours to reach its verdict.

Imran Shahid was found guilty by a unanimous verdict and the other two guilty by majority verdicts.

Sentencing, Lord Uist described Imran Shahid as “a thug and bully with a sadistic nature not fit to be free in civilised society”.

He said Imran Shahid, known as Baldy, was the leader of the expedition.

“It was pre-meditated cold blooded execution, it truly was an abomination,” Lord Uist added.

“The savage and barbaric nature of this crime has rightly shocked the public.

“Racially aggravated violence from whatever quarter will not be tolerated in Scotland.”

‘Horrendous crime’


Eyewitness accounts of the abduction, statements said to have been made by the accused, mobile phonerecords and forensic evidence against one of the men helped secure the convictions.

Kriss was stabbed 13 times and burns covered 70% of his body.

His death triggered an investigation that lasted more than two years and took detectives around Scotland and to Pakistan.

Asst Ch Const John Malcolm, of Strathclyde Police said: “As a force we would like to extend our personal thanks to Kriss’s family for their co-operation, support and their understanding as the true nature of this horrendous crime unfolded.

“It is also important to acknowledge the support of the broader community.

“Everyone came together to support and inform our investigation, and through these actions, the community made it very clear that this sort of violence is unacceptable and will not be tolerated in any community.”

Kriss was abducted near his home in a random act of racially motivated revenge by the gang on 15 March, 2004.

The Shahid brothers and Mushtaq had fled to Pakistan after murdering him.

It was more than a year before they agreed to return and stand trial, after warrants were issued for their arrest.

‘Defenceless boy’

During the trial, prosecutor Mark Stewart QC described the killing as “an appalling crime of inhumanity against a defenceless boy”.

Over 27 days, the court heard how Kriss’s badly burnt and semi-naked body was found by a cyclist on the secluded Clyde Walkway the morning after he was snatched from the street.

Expert witnesses said they believed the 15-year-old was still alive as his body burned.

Another man, Daanish Zahid, 20, is serving a minimum of 17 years for murdering Kriss after he was found guilty at a previous trial.

A fifth man, Zahid Mohammed, 22, served half of a five-year sentence after he admitted he had abducted Kriss.

He gave evidence at the trial of the Shahid brothers and Mushtaq.

Mr Stewart revealed that all three had criminal records – including serious violence in the case of Huddersfield-born father-of-two Imran Shahid.

He was jailed for four-and-a-half years at the High Court in Glasgow in May 1995 for serious assault and was sentenced to 30 months in February 2003 for assault to danger of life and dangerous driving.

Mushtaq’s record, mostly for road traffic offences, also includes assaults.

Zeeshan Shahid has served an 18-month sentence for culpable and reckless conduct and reckless damage.

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Kriss Donald killer Imran 'Baldy' Shahid loses solitary confinement cash battle

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RACIST killer Imran “Baldy” Shahid has failed in his brazen bid to win damages for being kept locked in his cell in jail.

The whining monster claimed prison bosses had violated his human rights by putting him in solitary.

But a judge yesterday ruled that officials were right to cage Shahid for his own protection – to keep him away from angry cons sickened by his crime.

Shahid led a gang of thugs who snatched innocent 15-year-old Kriss Donald off a Glasgow street in 2004 and terrorised him for hours before stabbing him and setting him on fire while he was still alive.

He is serving life with a minimum term of 25 years.

Shahid, now 35, has spent a total of four years and eight months in solitary. He was attacked last year after bosses let him mix with other cons.

He claimed his long spells in segregation left him so stressed that he began to hear voices, and complained that his treatment was torture.

But Lord Malcolm, who rejected Shahid’s claim at the Court of Session, said jail bosses could have faced legal action if they had left the killer in the main population and he had been attacked.

The judge said the Scottish Prison Service had “handled a difficult situation with care and in a reasonable manner” and had always had the goal of putting Shahid back in the prison mainstream.

Officials had information that Shahid had a price on his head and pointed out that he had threatened to attack any prisoner he saw as a threat.

Shahid had a TV in his cell in solitary and had access to phones and gym equipment.

He originally claimed £6000 damages from the taxpayer but his counsel conceded that any award he received was likely to be modest.

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It is 10 years ago this week that this young man was brutally murdered for being ‘white and walking in a certain part’ of the town.

LET US REMEMBER KRISS DONALD.........................Kriss Donald (2 July 1988 – 15 March 2004) was a Scottish fifteen-year-old white male who was kidnapped, tortured and murdered in Glasgow in 2004 by a gang of Pakistani men, some of whom fled to Pakistan after the crime.  Daanish Zahid, Imran Shahid, Zeeshan Shahid, and Mohammed Faisal Mustaq were later found guilty of racially motivated murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.  A fifth participant in the crime was convicted of racially motivated violence and jailed for five years.

The case, which featured the first ever conviction for racially motivated murder in Scotland, is cited as an example of the lack of attention the media and society give to white sufferers of racist attacks compared to that given to ethnic minorities, with organisations such as the BBC later admitting failing to cover the case sufficiently.  It is also suggested the crime demonstrates how society has been forced to redefine racism so as to no longer include white victims.

On 8 November 2006, the three men were found guilty of the racially motivated murder of Kriss Donald.  All three had denied the charge; however, a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh convicted them of abduction and murder.  The judge at the trail, Lord Uist, made a statement summing up the case:

“ You have all been convicted by the jury of the racially aggravated abduction and murder of Kriss Donald, a wholly innocent 15-year-old boy of slight build.  He was selected as your victim only because he was white and walking in a certain part of the Pollokshields area of Glasgow when you sought out a victim. This murder consisted of the premeditated, cold-blooded execution of your victim by stabbing him 13 times and setting him alight with petrol while he was still in life. It truly was an abomination. The savage and barbaric nature of this notorious crime has rightly shocked and appalled the public. Your victim must have been in a state of extreme terror while held by you during a four-hour car journey across Central Scotland and back, and the agony which he must have suffered during the period between being stabbed and set alight and his death is just beyond imagining. ”

—Lord Uist.

Each of the killers received sentences of life imprisonment, with Imran Shahid given a 25-year minimum term, Zeeshan Shahid a 23-year minimum and Mushtaq receiving a recommended minimum of 22 years.

R.I.P KRISS .. We will keep your memory alive…

LET US REMEMBER KRISS DONALD.........................

Kriss Donald (2 July 1988 – 15 March 2004) was a Scottish fifteen-year-old white male who was kidnapped, tortured and murdered in Glasgow in 2004 by a gang of Pakistani men, some of whom fled to Pakistan after the crime. Daanish Zahid, Imran Shahid, Zeeshan Shahid, and Mohammed Faisal Mustaq were later found guilty of racially motivated murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.

A fifth participant in the crime was convicted of racially motivated violence and jailed for five years. The case, which featured the first ever conviction for racially motivated murder in Scotland, is cited as an example of the lack of attention the media and society give to white sufferers of racist attacks compared to that given to ethnic minorities, with organisations such as the BBC later admitting failing to cover the case sufficiently.

It is also suggested the crime demonstrates how society has been forced to redefine racism so as to no longer include white victims. On 8 November 2006, the three men were found guilty of the racially motivated murder of Kriss Donald. All three had denied the charge; however, a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh convicted them of abduction and murder.

The judge at the trail, Lord Uist, made a statement summing up the case: “ You have all been convicted by the jury of the racially aggravated abduction and murder of Kriss Donald, a wholly innocent 15-year-old boy of slight build. He was selected as your victim only because he was white and walking in a certain part of the Pollokshields area of Glasgow when you sought out a victim. This murder consisted of the premeditated, cold-blooded execution of your victim by stabbing him 13 times and setting him alight with petrol while he was still in life. It truly was an abomination.

The savage and barbaric nature of this notorious crime has rightly shocked and appalled the public. Your victim must have been in a state of extreme terror while held by you during a four-hour car journey across Central Scotland and back, and the agony which he must have suffered during the period between being stabbed and set alight and his death is just beyond imagining. ” —Lord Uist.

Each of the killers received sentences of life imprisonment, with Imran Shahid given a 25-year minimum term, Zeeshan Shahid a 23-year minimum and Mushtaq receiving a recommended minimum of 22 years. R.I.P KRISS …

We will keep your memory alive…

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Maybe we could get "Baronness Lawrence" to help highlight this case, which is 10 times worse than the Stephen Lawrence one?  From her high and mighty position in the Lords, she can surely see more than just her own family and race interests?  Then again, maybe not.

The elite have to keep the killing of Kris and Ross secret.  Because their killings are far worse than the worst the "anti-racists" have to put up.

Kris had his eyes gouged out whilst still alive.

In the case of both him and Ross, the muslim savages went out hunting for a white man to kill.

There is no case that I know of from the 1980s onwards, where a group of white men went out looking for a black/asian man to kill, found one, and butchered him, the way these two boys were butchered. [It could be there is no case in the annals of crime in Britain where the killings of Kris & Ross was reversed.]

As with the grooming gangs, the first I learned of the butchering of Kris and Ross, was when I first encountered EDL.  When I've raised the subject of these things with graduates who think they are well-informed, there's not been a single instance where these graduates knew of these things.

One day, there will be a MP who will talk about these things, and the country will be rocked by the revelation that such horrors were concealed for decades, whilst Stephen Lawrence got inquiry after inquiry, got legal changes, had his mother elevated to Parliament, etc.

One day, when things have quietened down, we should organise our own events to remember Kris Donald and Ross Parker.  It doesn't matter how few people come, its the symbol that counts.

 

SDL HOLDS KRISS DONALD MEMORIAL 
The SDL have just ignored all opposition and the ban on us laying flowers for Kriss at his memorial bench at the spot where he was killed by 5 Muslim cowards. We are made of stronger stuff than to back down to the threats from the UAF, racist muslims and the green brigade, the breach of our human rights by the police and the attempts to ban us by various left wing fascist politicians including Nicola Sturgeon and Humza Yousaf. We marched down to the memorial bench, said a few words about what happened to Kriss, layed our flowers and held a minutes silence for him. It was a peaceful, quiet and respectful memorial and as always when there is no UAF or racist Muslims to oppose us there was no trouble. We will never be stopped or silenced by any of our enemies and we will never forget or forgive what happened to Kriss. RIP Kriss Donald forgotten by the media and politicians always remembered by the patriots of Scotland.

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Kriss Donald killer Imran Shahid wins human rights appeal

Media captionShahid is serving a life sentence for murdering 15-year-old Kriss Donald in 2004

A man who led a gang in the racist murder of a Glasgow schoolboy had his human rights violated by being kept in solitary confinement, the UK's Supreme Court has ruled.

Imran Shahid is serving a minimum of 25 years for murdering Kriss Donald in 2004.

The court said that he had been unlawfully kept in solitary confinement for a total of 14 months.

It ruled that this had violated the European Convention on Human Rights.

But the judges also ruled that Shahid would not be eligible for damages.

Kriss Donald was abducted in the Pollokshields area of Glasgow, stabbed several times, and then set on fire.

Gang leader

Shahid, his brother Zeeshan Shahid and Faisal Mushtaq were all sentenced to life in November 2006 after being found guilty of murdering the 15-year-old.

He was said to have led the gang which snatched Kriss because he was white.

During his time in the Scottish prison system, Shahid has spent four years and eight months in segregation, but the Supreme Court ruled that only 14 months of that time had been unlawful.

kriss donaldImage captionKriss Donald was snatched off the street purely because he was white, before being stabbed and then set on fire

His bid to win damages for the time he spent in solitary confinement had previously been rejected by the Court of Session, with judge Lord Malcolm ruling that segregation had been necessary for safety reasons.

Shahid was attacked by another inmate at HMP Edinburgh in 2011 after being allowed to return to the mainstream population.

Shahid then took his appeal to the Supreme Court, which has now unanimously allowed his appeal under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which deals with the the right to respect for private life.

Prison governors are allowed to authorise segregation for up to 72 hours, with any extension to that period needing to be authorised by Scottish ministers before the 72 hour period expires.

In their written ruling, the Supreme Court judges said that several orders made on behalf of the ministers authorising Shahid's continued segregation had been granted after the 72 hours had expired.

They added: "Consequently, the appellant's segregation for periods totalling about 14 months lacked authorisation under the prison rules."

'Not inhuman'

While Shahid was placed in solitary confinement for his own safety, the judges said that consideration should have been given to moving him to another prison elsewhere in the UK.

They also said that no meaningful plan for his reintegration into the prison population was put in place until he had already been in segregation for more than four and a half years.

And they said ministers had also failed to demonstrate that the period for which Shahid was kept in segregation was proportionate.

Shahid and his co-accused had first been segregated for their own protection after being remanded in custody while awaiting trial in 2005.

Apart from a period immediately before and during his trial, Shahid remained in segregation until August 2010, a period of 56 months.

The Supreme court ruling said it was "exceptional" for a prisoner to be kept in segregation for such a long period in Scotland.

However, the judge noted that: "The conditions in which he was kept were not inhuman or degrading. The purpose of his segregation was to protect his safety, and there were reasonable grounds for believing that he was at risk of attack.

"He was not entirely isolated from contact with other prisoners and staff. He suffered some ill effects from his prolonged segregation, but his health does not appear to have been severely or permanently affected."

'Victory'

A spokesperson from Mr Shahid's lawyers, Taylor & Kelly, said: "The Supreme Court has taken the opportunity of referring to international standards and reports which have consistently held that segregation beyond 15 days will cause a detriment and should be resorted to only when necessary.

"In Mr Shahid's case segregation was used for a period of nearly five years. The Supreme Court records this as 'exceptional'.

"Mr Shahid's victory today will hopefully ensure that, for the future, that period is never repeated and that the prison rules will be observed."

The Scottish Prison Service said it was considering the judgement - and whether or not there needs to be any further change to its procedures.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-glasgow-west-34527215

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Kriss Donald killer given extra jail time for prison attack

Imran 'Baldy' Shahid will spend a further year and eight months in jail for beating a man.

Imran Shahid: Jailed for 25 years for the murder of Kriss Donald (file pic).
Imran Shahid: Jailed for 25 years for the murder of Kriss Donald (file pic). PPA

A racist killer who murdered a Scots schoolboy will serve an extra year and eight months in jail after smashing a metal bar off another prisoner's head and body.

Imran 'Baldy' Shahid, 39, hit his victim nine times with the metal pole which came from gym equipment he had been given in his cell.

Shahid, who was the ringleader of the gang which killed 15-year-old Kriss Donald, claimed he lashed out after hearing about a plot to attack him inside Perth Prison.

He was seen on prison CCTV coming out of his cell with the 10in metal pole before grabbing Patrick Sandeman and raining blows down on him.

Sheriff William Wood noted Shahid was serving a minimum punishment period of 25 years as part of his life sentence and added a year and eight months, to be served consecutively, to that term.

Shahid claimed that long periods spent in segregation had affected his social skills and made him paranoid.

Sheriff Wood said: "Assault with a weapon is always taken seriously and striking someone on the head with a metal bar will inevitably attract a prison sentence."

Shahid, who is now in HMP Grampian, was serving his life sentence in Perth Prison when he attacked and injured Patrick Sandeman on August 5, 2014.

He admitted having an offensive weapon and using it to attack Mr Sandeman.

Fiscal depute Sue Ruta told Perth Sheriff Court: "The incident was captured in full by CCTV. He grabbed his victim's arm and repeatedly hit him full force with overhead blows nine times, then gets him against the wall.

"They saw him repeatedly strike Mr Sandeman full force with overarm strikes to his head and body. Along with other officers, she intervened and pulled them apart. Shahid threw the metal pole into a bin and walked off."

Ms Ruta told the court that Mr Sandeman did not sustain serious injury and declined medical treatment.

Solicitor Ian Sievwright, defending Shahid, said: "He has been in a variety of prisons and the prison authorities are concerned for his safety to such an extent that he's been held in solitary confinement almost continuously for for the first ten years of his life sentence.

"In 2013 he was in HMP Kilmarnock and released into the general prison population. Shortly after that he was the victim of a ferocious attack by 15 other prisoners.

"He was moved to Perth. He continued to be in segregation for a significant period. He had only been in the general prison population for three or four months prior to this incident.

"This long-term isolation does have psychological effects. It affects social skills and also causes significant paranoia and is known to cause aggression.

"Some days prior to this my client advises me he overheard the complainer and other prisoners plotting to assault him.

"On the day, words were exchanged between the accused and the complainer. My client said the complainer ended the conversation by saying he was 'getting done'.

"My client took it to be an imminent threat. He picked up one of the bars and returned to confront the complainer. He accepts he acted inappropriately."

Mr Sievwright said Shahid had been returned to solitary as prison punishment.

Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that Shahid had had his human rights breached by being held in solitary confinement for his own safety.

Shahid and his gang snatched 15-year-old Kriss off a street in Glasgow simply because he was white.

They stabbed him and set fire to him while he was still alive in a murder described by a judge as "savage and barbaric".

Shahid, who has claimed more than £400,000 in legal aid for a string of court appeals, spent four years and eight months in segregation.

Unlike traditional solitary confinement, this allowed up to four hours a day with other prisoners, an hour in the gym and visits and telephone calls, as well as a television and newspapers in his cell.

The dangers posed to him by other prisoners was highlighted three years ago when one almost killed him with a dumbbell weight in a gym at Kilmarnock.

The killer has been described by Angela Donald, mother of his victim, as an "animal" and a coward.

Shahid and his friends attacked Kriss, a total stranger, as revenge after being assaulted by a white man outside a nightclub.

They abducted him in Pollokshields, Glasgow, on March 15, 2004, and bundled him into a car.

The men drove around for hours before dragging their victim from the stolen Mercedes, stabbing him 13 times, dousing him in petrol and setting him on fire.

Set alight while he was still alive, Kriss staggered towards the Clyde but bled to death as he tried to beat out the flames.

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'Last year, the Supreme Court ruled that Shahid had had his human rights breached by being held in solitary confinement for his own safety.'

So what is the solution to this situation.  The Court does not say.  He is a danger to everyone else and is threatened by many.  But the Court just speaks and, by magic, a problem is solved.

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