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Kriss Donald Navigační menu VideoThe RACIST Murder of Kriss Donald "Kriss Donald killer Imran 'Baldy' Shahid was put in solitary for his own protection, prison bosses told a judge yesterday. The whining thug is suing taxpayers for £, claiming his human rights were breached when he was kept in segregation for more than four years. 12/2/ · A dad of two blamed for the race hate murder of Kriss Donald was jailed for six years yesterday for raping a teenager in his car.. Sex beast Mohammed Maqsood, . However, the "racist murders" of Kriss Donald in Glasgow in and Ross Parker in Peterborough in , young white men killed by Asians, demonstrate how society has been forced to redefine racism." clearly, the meaning is "no longer exclude white victims". Please do not revert my correction. Michael F , 19 March (UTC).
One man, Daanish Zahid, was found guilty of Kriss Donalds murder on 18 November and was the first person to be convicted of racially motivated murder in Scotland.
Another man, Zahid Mohammed, admitted involvement in the abduction of Donald and lying to police during their investigation and was jailed for five years.
He was released after serving half of his sentence and returned to court to give evidence against three subsequent defendants.
The Pakistani police had to engage in a "long struggle" to capture two of the escapees. There is no extradition treaty between Pakistan and Britain, but the Pakistani authorities agreed to extradite the suspects.
There were numerous diplomatic complications around the case, including apparent divergences between government activities and those of ambassadorial officials; government figures were at times alleged to be reluctant to pursue the case for diplomatic reasons.
They were charged with Donalds murder the following day. Their trial opened on 2 October On 8 November , the three men were found guilty of the racially motivated murder of Kriss Donald.
All three had denied the charge, but a jury at the High Court in Edinburgh convicted them of abduction and murder. Each of the killers received sentences of life imprisonment, with Imran Shahid given a year minimum term, Zeeshan Shahid a year minimum and Mushtaq receiving a recommended minimum of 22 years.
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This article has been rated as Mid-importance on the project's importance scale. They added: "Consequently, the appellant's segregation for periods totalling about 14 months lacked authorisation under the prison rules.
While Shahid was placed in solitary confinement for his own safety, the judges said that consideration should have been given to moving him to another prison elsewhere in the UK.
They also said that no meaningful plan for his reintegration into the prison population was put in place until he had already been in segregation for more than four and a half years.
And they said ministers had also failed to demonstrate that the period for which Shahid was kept in segregation was proportionate. Shahid and his co-accused had first been segregated for their own protection after being remanded in custody while awaiting trial in Apart from a period immediately before and during his trial, Shahid remained in segregation until August , a period of 56 months.