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Hamawand Ali Hussain, 30, was killed instantly in the ‘carefully planned coup’ at a townhouse in Hartlepool, jurors heard.

Noza Saffari, 39, and Anxhelo Xhaferi, 24, both of Middlesbrough, Dorian Pirija, 33, of Bolton, and Qazim Marku, 24, of West Drayton, have pleaded not guilty to Hussain’s murder.

The four men are on trial at Teesside Crown Court, Middlesbrough.

Jurors were told how four other men were involved in planning the victim’s death and his murder, but have so far evaded arrest.

Hamawand Ali Hussain Age

Hamawand Ali Hussain was 30year old.

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Noza Saffari, 39, and Anxhelo Xhaferi, 24, both of Middlesbrough, Dorian Pirija, 33, of Bolton, and Qazim Marku, 24, of West Drayton, have pleaded not guilty to Hussain’s murder.

Causes of Death

Mr Hussain was a drug dealer and he went to Charterhouse Street in Hartlepool for a meeting with other drug dealers, or so he was told.

In fact, they lured him there to kill him. We say that they held that meeting to plan the assassination of Mr. Hussain.

“The police have investigated the life of Mr Hussain, he was originally from Kurdistan but had lived in the UK for many years and was a British citizen at the time of his death.”

Jurors were also told the day after the Bolton meeting that Xhaferi and an alleged associate purchased several items, including an ax, nylon rope, gloves and cable ties from a B&Q store in Middlesbrough.

FitzGibbon said the defendants later obtained the keys to the property on Charterhouse Street, which was not being lived in at the time, through the owner.

The court heard that they later set it up as the trap.

Prosecutors Statement

Prosecutors believe Hussain was lured there to inspect a potential cannabis growing site.

However, when he arrived, the men were waiting for him and shot him almost as soon as he set foot inside, the court heard.

Jurors were shown closed circuit television showing five men escaping, one of whom was holding a bag believed to have carried a sworn shotgun.

A man who lived near the crime scene was hard of hearing, prosecutors said, but recalled that his parrot was startled by a loud noise, which jurors were told could have been the sound of the shotgun blast. .

The prosecution said there was no clear motive for the killing, but that the police believed Hussain had made an enemy of a group of Albanian drug traffickers who decided to “take him out”.

Fitzgibbon added: “We cannot say which of the five on Charterhouse Street pulled the trigger and shot Hussain, but we do say that each of the defendants was actively involved in planning the murder.

The jury was told that the official cause of death was a gunshot wound fired from point-blank range to the back of the head.

The pathologist who dealt with the incident will bear witness to it in due course.

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Ibrar Hussain is the USA Today Bestselling author of 6 novels, including The Dig, A Warm Place to Call Home (a demon’s story), and Exigency. He lives in Northern California with “the wife,” “the kids,” “the dog,” “that cat,” and he occasionally wears pants. His latest release, RETURN, is the third book in his #1 bestselling Matt Turner series.

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