Kilburn woman sheltered the killers of Sabrina Moss after her murder, court hears
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A woman from Kilburn sheltered the killers of Sabrina Moss hours after she was gunned down as she celebrated her 24th birthday, a court heard today.
Fiona Cullum, 25, of Rowely Way, allegedly provided a safe haven for Hassan Hussain, 30, and Yassin James, 20, as police investigated the murder on Kilburn High Road in August 2013.
It is claimed she lied to officers investigating the murder when quizzed about the men after they were arrested.
The gangsters sprayed bullets at mother-of-one Miss Moss and her friends as they sheltered from the rain outside Woody Grill.
Her friend Sabrina Gachette, also 24, was lucky to survive after being blasted in the back during the attack.
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The Old Bailey heard the shooting was part of an ongoing rivalry between the South Kilburn gang and the Kensal Green boys.
Cullum is standing trial alongside Reid Daniel, 24, from Hayes, Rakheed Daniel, 21, of St Margaret’s Road, Kensal Rise, and Matthew Bouzemada, 22, of Marian Way, Neasden, who are accused of assisting getaway driver Martell Warren, 23.
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She told police she did not remember speaking to Hussain and that he had not been at her address, the court heard.
Her co-defendants are accused of helping Warren, who fled the country shortly after the murder, to distance himself from two mobiles that tied him to the attack.
Reid Daniel is also accused of helping conceal the getaway vehicle, Warren’s Vauxhall Corsa, from police.
Cullum denies harbouring Hussain and James, assisting them both and making a false statement to police.
She denies three charges of perverting the course of justice and two of assisting an offender.
Bouzemada, Reid Daniel, and Rakheed Daniel deny perverting the course of justice and assisting an offender by concealing or destroying Warren’s phones.
The trial continues.
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