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Who was David Gomoh?

David Gomoh, 24, was attacked seconds after leaving his home in Canning Town, east London, on April 26, 2020.

He was killed days after his father died of coronavirus.

Muhammad Jalloh, 19, David Ture, 19, Vanei Colubali, 22, and a 17-year-old boy from Telford, Shropshire, deny the murder.

The Old Bailey heard that the group, members of the Northsides Newham Gang, randomly selected Mr. Gomoh to send a message to the bands Custom House and Beckton.

Mr. Gomoh had no ties to any gang.

Before the murder, the defendants had tried to attack another man in the same area that he managed to escape, the court heard.

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Mr. Gomoh, who worked in supply and procurement for the NHS, suffered catastrophic injuries in the attack on Freemasons Road. He managed to get to his feet and stumble the short distance home, the jury was told.

He finally bled out in front of his family.

In the seconds before the attack, Mr. Gomoh had been on the phone with his girlfriend.

They told the court that he heard someone ask, “Where are you from?”, Followed by the sounds of a fight.

Prosecutor Oliver Glasgow QC said Gomoh was chosen because he “had the misfortune to live in an area of ​​London frequented by rival gangs”.

He described them as “rival gangs who are involved in a violent fight with each other, rival gangs who like to attack each other and rival gangs who like to show off the devastation they have caused.”

Cambridge’s Mr. Jalloh, Mr. Ture and Mr. Colubali, both without a fixed address, also deny conspiracy to cause GBH in connection with an earlier incident.

The trial continues.

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