Man accused of killing teenage cousin given indefinite hospital order
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A man who stabbed his teenage cousin to death in an unprovoked attack in Wembley has been given an indefinite hospital order.
Mosa Abid, from Northolt, stabbed Moamen Settar at his home in Buddings Circle last October.
The 20-year-old pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility on April 24 at the Old Bailey.
He was sentenced under sections 37 and 41 of the Mental Health Act at the same court today.
Police were called to the address at around 1.35pm on October 15 where they found 18-year-old Moamen suffering multiple stab wounds.
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Paramedics and air ambulance crews tried to save Moamen, who lived at the address with his parents and two younger sisters, but he was pronounced dead at the scene just before 2pm.
Abid had visited the address that afternoon armed with a knife, entered Moamen’s room and stabbed him before running away.
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He was arrested later that day.