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Why did a judge fall for Abdul Ezedi’s lie that he was a Christian?

27 March 2024

10:49 PM

27 March 2024

10:49 PM

Abdul Ezedi is dead and gone. The Clapham acid attacker was laid to rest in a Muslim burial at a cemetery in east London after a funeral at a mosque in the west of the capital. This is what his family and friends wanted for him. Given that we know he was a loyal customer of his local halal butchers in Newcastle right up until the end, we must presume it is what he would have wanted for himself too.

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