Milton Keynes killer convicted of Fishermead shootings loses his appeal



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A young killer, caged for the “execution-style” murder of two teenagers on a Milton Keynes estate, has failed in an Appeal Court bid to clear his name.

Sharmake Abdulkadir, 23, was jailed for life alongside Fuad Awale, 26, after the pair were convicted of murdering Mohammed Abdi Farah, 19, and Amin Ahmed Ismail, 18, who were gunned down in an alleyway on Milton Keynes’ Fishermead Estate in May 2011.

When sentencing the duo at Luton Crown Court in January last year, Mr Justice Nicol said the attack was probably sparked by a petty turf war over cannabis supply.


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