Aya Hachem: Seven men jailed for more than 200 years for murder of Blackburn law student | ITV News

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A group of men found guilty of murdering a law student who was mistakenly gunned down in a botched drive-by shooting have been jailed for a minimum of 216 years.

It happened after the boss of a local tyre firm, Feroz Suleman, hired a hitman to kill a rival businessman in May 2020. Instead, 19-year-old Aya Hachem was shot dead.

Aya was said to be “in the wrong place at the wrong time” as the long-running feud between the neighbouring tyre companies culminated in Blackburn on the afternoon of May 17th 2020.

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