Three men accused of Sabrina Moss murder in Kilburn appear at the Old Bailey
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Three men accused of shooting dead a nursery teacher celebrating her 24th birthday in Kilburn appeared in court today.
Sabrina Moss, from Neasden, died in a hail of bullets in Kilburn High Road, at around 4am on August 24 last year.
Miss Moss, who worked at Alice’s Wonderland nursery in Stonebridge and had a four-year-old son, suffered a gunshot wound to the chest in the deadly attack.
Her friend Sabrina Gachette, also 24, and two other men, Mahad Ahmed and Edson Da Silva, were also injured during the attack.
The gunmen are said to have been armed with a MAC-10 submachine gun and a shotgun.
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Martell Warren, 22, of Napier Road, Kensal Green, Hassan Hussain, 29, of Cranhurst Road, Willesden Green, and Yassin James, 19, Chaplain Road, Wembley, appeared at the Old Bailey via videolink charged with murdering Miss Moss.
They are also accused of three counts of attempted murder and two of possession of firearms.
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All three are also jointly charged alongside Simon Baptiste, 29, of Rondu Road in Cricklewood, with conspiring to commit actual bodily harm against Mr Ahmed and conspiring to commit grievous bodily harm against Mr Da Silva.
Warren, Hussain, and James spoke only to confirm their names when they appeared together on a videolink from Belmarsh Prison today.
Baptiste was excused from the hearing but all four will now enter their pleas at the Old Bailey on April 11.
A trial, which is expected to last up to six weeks, is due to start on June 2.