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Friday, 26 December 2008

Neelam Kauser and rap group members Dem Boyz lived in a 'fantasy' world, desperate to be seen as dangerous gangsters

Neelam Kauser and rap group members Dem Boyz lived in a 'fantasy' world, desperate to be seen as dangerous gangsters, say police.Det Sgt Steve Whittaker believes it was this twisted desire that led to them agreeing to carry out the ruthless and brutal attack on Nawajid Ali Khan, organised by his estranged wife Faria. Another driving force for all of them was money and greed,for the paltry sum of £200 in return for a man's life. DS Whittaker said cash was a factor behind the attack for Khan. She had transferred their house into her brother's name two weeks before Khan was killed, to ensure she would get all of the money. DS Whittaker said: "It wasn't just a straightforward collision, something untoward had gone on and it was clear it wasn't a normal incident. "It was quite obvious from an early stage there was more to it than met the eye." Items left in the white Vauxhall Frontera 4x4 helped to snare Khan, Kauser and Dem Boyz. One of the most significant was a mobile phone belonging to Kauser and Yorachi, which held the text message asking for £200. But even then DS Whittaker said it was hard for officers to comprehend what led the rap band members to go so far. "Some of them had been in trouble with the police before, but others hadn't. Then there was the age of some of them. But most of all it was unbelievable that they would kill a man for such a paltry amount of money.C
"It all made it even more difficult to get our heads around."
Despite the small sum involved, DS Whittaker said he believed money was a factor in the attack. But he believed it was combined with a kind of sympathy for Khan, who had been claiming she was suffering domestic abuse at the hands of her husband.
DS Whittaker said: "I think they wanted to believe Faria. It would bring their fantasy into reality and justify what they had done. "Those five did live in a fantasy world of gangsters, in particular Neelam Kauser, who fancied herself as a moll. "If the end result wasn't so sad, the whole thing would be laughable. They have taken it upon themselves, taken the law into their own hands, to kill a man for £200. I cannot comprehend it." Another key part of the case was the huge number of eye witnesses in the area at the time of the attack, on a Sunday afternoon at the end of January this year. More than 40 people came forward with information, assisting police and giving evidence at the trial. DS Whittaker said he and the rest of the team were extremely grateful to them for taking their civic duty so seriously and coming forward to relive what must have been a horrifying incident.
Despite such a brutal attack and a wealth of evidence against them, Khan, Kauser and Dem Boyz continued to deny their part in the death of Mr Khan.That led to an eight week trial, one of the longest in recent history in Sheffield. And DS Whittaker added: "They have shown not one shred of remorse towards Nawajid Ali Khan. "It's been a lengthy investigation and it's been a very unusual case."The evidence against certain members has been overwhelming, but they still didn't have the common decency to admit their guilt, and their responsibility for the death of an innocent man on his way to work one Sunday afternoon."


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