Jaden Moodie Wiki
Jaden Moodie, was allegedly knocked off his moped by rival London gang members and then stabbed nine times in a ‘violent and frenzied’ attack, the Old Bailey heard on Wednesday.
The family of a murdered teenager ran out of the courtroom as harrowing CCTV footage showing his killers stabbing him to death was shown to jurors today.
Jaden Moodie Age
He was 14 years old.
Jaden Moodie Cause Of Death
Madeline is accused of ‘butchering’ Jaden after he and four friends cruised around London in a stolen black Mercedes looking for rivals to attack, jurors were told.
Jaden was shot down from his moped by the saloon car that swerved into the approaching lane and hit him head-on, before he was stabbed nine times in the chest and shoulders, according to the court.
Ayoub Majdouline is accused of ‘butchering’ Jaden after he and his friends cruised the streets of London in a stolen black Mercedes looking for rivals to attack, jurors were told
Five suspects then fled in the car as Jaden was left to bleed to death in the road, jurors were told.
The killers sped off in the Mercedes leaving the 14-year-old to bleed ‘slowly’ to death in the road, jurors were told.
Jaden was running drugs for kingpins of a rival gang around the residential area with ‘no idea’ of the fate that awaited him moments later, prosecutors claim.
Mr. Glasgow went on: ‘Jaden Moodie had been stabbed nine times: one stab wound had penetrated the back right of his shoulder; one to the back of the left chest; and two stab wounds to the back of the right chest which punctured his lung and liver.
‘The damage was catastrophic and Jaden Moodie slowly bled to death in the road.
‘The Mercedes did not travel far before the driver pulled into a quiet cul-de-sac and left the car in a parking bay.
‘All five occupants got out and calmly walked away as if nothing had happened.
‘Doubtless, they had anticipated they would be caught by CCTV cameras hence the reason for covering their faces.
‘As Jaden Moodie’s killers left the area, they threw away a knife a pair of yellow rubber gloves in a drain beside the road.
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