LONDON, United Kingdom (UK) – Two men were found guilty of robbing the Malaysian students, Ashraf Jim by pretending to assist him in the incidence of riots here in the summer of last year, reports the British Broadcasting Corporation news portal (BBC) yesterday.
Ashraf , 20, a new month in the UK when he was attacked in Barking when riots broke out here on August 8 last year.
Before that, the accounting student-sponsored People’s Trust Council (Mara) from Kuala Lumpur that are on a bicycle to the house of a friend here when he was crushed, causing a broken jaw, while the bike was taken away.
As he lay wounded, John Kafunda, 22, from Ilford and Romford boy, Reece Donovan, 24, stole several items in the bag the victim, including a video game console with 10 video games worth around £ 500 (RM2, 376).
Both were found guilty at Wood Green Royal Court here this week for committing robbery and violence.
sentence against them will be decided on 13 March.Donovan were found guilty of theft and robbery. The incident was recorded by using mobile phones and posted on website YouTube, has sparked public anger.
“I know they stole me but I can not do anything about it,” Jim told the court.
On 16 February, the third suspect, Beau Isagba, 17, was convicted of attacking and stealing bicycles Ashraf victims .
Court will decide the punishment for the kids on 9 March.