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Fidel Glasgow Biography
Fidel Glasgow was widely known as the grandson of The Specials singer Neville Staple, who was allegedly stabbed in the stomach during a violent fight that broke out outside Coventry nightclub “Club M” in September 2018. Ten men have been charged. In connection with his death.
How old was Fidel Glasgow?
Fidel Glasgow was 21 at the time of his death.
Death of Fidel Glasgow
Mr. Glasgow was found injured in the back of the nightclub and was rushed to hospital, where he later died. A 23-year-old man was also stabbed and taken to hospital with serious injuries, from which he later recovered.
Fidel’s grandfather Neville, who was the leader of the 1970s ska band The Specials, later asked witnesses to present information.
Now, more than two years later, West Midlands Police announced today that they have charged 10 men with injuring with intent to cause serious bodily harm, violent disorder and possession of offensive weapons.
Fidel Glasgow update
Despite several high-profile arrests and appeals, no one had been charged with Fidel’s murder. Detective Inspector Michelle Allen of the force’s homicide unit said: “We are still actively investigating Fidel’s murder and these charges are an important step in our search for his murderer.
“Fidel’s family has been fully updated with these latest developments and we continue to be in close contact with them.
“We continue to ask anyone with information, however insignificant it may seem, to come forward.”
Fidel’s mother, Melanie Staple, said: “His family and his close friends miss Fidel very much. All of our lives will never be the same again.
Fidel Glasgow Coventry
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has authorized charges against the next ten men who will appear in Coventry Magistrates Court on April 28. They are:
Brendon Gama, of The Coppice, Stoke, Coventry is charged with intentional wounding. Jiguael Botamba, of Little Duke Street, Nuneaton, Warks., – wounding with intent. Pa Gaye of Harnalls Lane East, Stoke, Coventry, intentionally wounding.
Mohammed Amadu, of Walsgrave Road, Ball Hill, Coventry – wounding with intent. Michael Mistouflet, of James Galloway Close, Coventry, wounding with intention. Andrea Boadi, of Lansdowne Street, Ball Hill, Coventry, intentionally wounding.
Adil Naseer, of Park Street, Foleshill, Coventry, wounding with intent. Harrison Asiedu, of North Street, Stoke, Coventry – wounding with intent and violent disorder. Brian Kamau, of Chandos Street, Coventry – violent disorder.
Meidel Dange, 24, of Hornsey Close, Wood End, Coventry – wounding with intent and violent disorder.
Speaking at a press conference in 2018, Fidel’s grandfather Neville had called on those involved in the fatal stabbing of his grandson to “appease” the killer.