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Seven teenagers charged by detectives investigating Luke Fitzpatrick murder in Dollis Hill

PUBLISHED: 10:30 05 August 2013 | UPDATED: 10:30 05 August 2013

Luke Fitzpatrick was stabbed to death in Dollis Hill

Luke Fitzpatrick was stabbed to death in Dollis Hill

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Detectives investigating the murder of a roofer in Dollis Hill have charged seven teenagers with violent disorder.

Luke Fitzpatrick was stabbed to death and his 56-year-old father Bernard was knifed as he cradled his dying son in Alder Grove, Dollis Hill, on May 19 last year.

The popular Arsenal fan had been watching the Champions League final at the nearby Ox and Gate pub in nearby Coles Green Road when a hooded mob tried to storm the building.

Some of the drinkers gave chase and Luke was fatally wounded.

Keanu Foster, 18, of Ainsworth Close, Ezekial Moore, 19, of Shepherds Walk, both in Dollis Hill, Francois Somers, 18, of Neasden Lane North, Aaron Sukkar, 18, of Mitchellbrook Way, both in Neasden, Joshua Beckford, 18, of Blenheim Gardens, Willesden Green, and two boys aged 15 and 16 from the NW2 area, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will all appear before Brent Youth Court on August 22.

Two males age 16 and one 19-year-old who were bailed have been released with no further action.

An 18-year-old man remains on bail.

Christopher Walters, 23, of Lovett Way, on the St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden, and Loen Burton, 17, from Mill Hill, were found guilty of Mr Fitzpatrick’s murder.

Both were jailed for life with Walters being handed down a minimum tariff of 28 years and Burton 17.

Abdi Hassan, 17, of Warren Road, Cricklewood, was jailed for 11 years for manslaughter and wounding with intent.

All three were also found guilty of assault occasioning grievous bodily harm in relation to Bernard Fitzpatrick.

Ali Abdallah, 20, was sentenced to 30 months, his brother Hamad, 26, and Mustafa Bereima, 20, all of Ainsworth Close, were both jailed for two years, after they were all convicted of violent disorder.

Rafael Dejesus, 25, from Feltham, was jailed for assisting an offender.

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