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A teenager was found guilty of murdering a 16-year-old boy outside a school in what prosecutors called a revenge killing.

Humza Hussain was attacked near Challney High School for Boys in Luton on June 8 and died the same night.

The 16-year-old defendant’s legal team had told the Luton Crown Court that he had acted in self-defense.

The murderer, who cannot be identified for legal reasons and did not give a statement, will be sentenced Tuesday.

He was also found guilty of having an item with a blade or a point.

Following the verdict, Judge Goss said that she defendant would receive a life sentence and that he would have to determine the minimum term the child would have to serve before he could be paroled.

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Attack on Humza Hussain

The attack on Humza Hussain occurred between 15:30 and 15:45 BST with teachers, paramedics and members of the public, all dealing with the injured boy.

The prosecution said Humza was stabbed three times in the chest in the attack that took place in broad daylight on a busy street.

The defendant had armed himself with a “big, savage knife” for the attack after suffering a nosebleed in a fight months earlier.

CCTV Footage

CCTV footage of the school that recorded a fight on the playground eight months earlier, in October 2020, was projected onto the court.

The incident in which the defendant received a bloody nose was filmed by Humza on his phone, the jury heard.

As a result, Humza and a friend had been permanently excluded from the Challney and the defendant was transferred to another school.

“From that point on,the defendant was determined to get revenge on Humza Hussain and his friend,” Richard Wright said, accusing QC.

On the day of the murder,the defendant had confronted the 14-year-old brother of one of Humza’s friends outside of school.

The boy called his older brother, who introduced himself with Humza.

Mr. Wright told the jury that the older brother threw the head of a hammer at the defendant, who pulled out a knife.

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Mr. Wright said:

Mr. Wright said: “They were devastating injuries and ultimately insurmountable. There is no doubt that Humza was killed by the defendant. He was using a big, wild-looking knife that he had hidden in his clothes. ”

He added: “The dispute between them [Humza Hussain and the accused] had been bitter for some time.

“A mutual animosity developed. It is not easily identified and can be linked to insults on social media. It may have started as a small teenage grudge that developed. ”

During the trial, the defendant’s lawyers had argued that he acted in self-defense, but jurors found him guilty of murder and should be sentenced tomorrow.

In a tribute shared after the attack, Humza’s family said he was “a very dear son, grandson and brother” who had his whole life ahead of him and described his death as “a very sad loss.”

Det Insp Iain MacPherson of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crimes Unit, who led the investigation, said: ‘This tragic and unnecessary murderr will have caused incalculable trauma for all involved.

“Our condolences go out to the Humza family today. His life his been cut short in truly devastating circumstances at such a tender age. It is a suffering that no family should have to go through.

‘I hope you feel a sense of justice today. Our detectives have worked day and night to get to this stage and I would like to thank each and every one of them for his work.

“I would also like to thank the members of the public who come to Humza’s aid and the heroic efforts of the medical professionals who tried to save his life.”

The 16-year-old boy is due to be sentenced at Luton Crown Court (pictured) tomorrow

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Humza Hussain Quicks and Facts

  • Humza Hussain, 16, was stabbed to death outside a boys’ school in Luton in June
  • A 16-year-old boy has been found guilty of murder by a unanimous jury after trial
  • Court heard the pair were engaged in a bitter feud which ended in violent clash
  • The 16-year-old boy has been told to expect life when he is sentenced tomorrow 
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