Teenage murderers breached Asbo to kill David Headlam in Harlesden
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Two teenagers who were jailed today for a vicious murder in Harlesden were banned from associating with each other when they carried out the killing, the Times can reveal.
Idris Daud, of Anton Place, Wembley, and T-Shai Ennis, 19, who formerly lived in Wembley and now lives in Langley, both 19, were the subject of an Asbo when they stabbed-to-death David Headlam.
Under the terms of the five-year order which was granted by Harrow Crown Court in October 2013, they were also banned from the Wembley area.
During their Old Bailey trial last month jurors heard the pair and Ayman Koshin, 18, took a cab from Wembley to Harlesden and carried out their murderous act.
They blatantly ignored the order by associating with each other and entering Wembley.
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Daud was also on a tag for a previous offence at the time of the attack and had breached his curfew to carry out the murder.
The trio chased and stabbed Mr Headlam in Drayton Road, in the early hours of June 29 last year.
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Witnessed heard Mr Headlam, who is the son of Pentecostal church minister Bishop Alonzo Headlam, beg for his life during the brutal attack.
They also stabbed Mr Headlam’s friend but he survived his injuries.
Last month all three were found guilty of the unprovoked attack and were also convicted of grievous bodily harm with intent in relation to a Mr Headlam’s friend.
At the Old Bailey today Koshin, who was just 17 at the time of the murder, was sentenced to life with a minimum tariff of 18 years, Daud and Ennis were each given life with minimum terms of 20 years.
The motive for the killing remains a mystery although the court did hear on the day of the murder Daud had uploaded a rap video on YouTube which featured him and Ennis.
Part of the video showed Ennis bragging about stabbing someone.